Reeling from the news that Adrien is her biological father, Carrie is wallowing in self-pity. She can't turn to Griff in the knowledge that Adrien only gave him the sponsorship deal because... See full summary »

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... Quinn McKaye
... Carrie Miller
... Ryan McKaye
... Nicole Miller (as Holly Elissa Dignard)
... Jen McKaye
... Adrien Varland
... Peter Varland
... Leah Hutton
Tommy Lioutas ... John Griffin
... Jada Temple
... Mitchell Douglas
Penny Cardas ... Alison Miller (as Penelope Cardas)
... Courier
... Mr. Griffin
Levi James ... Teammate
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Reeling from the news that Adrien is her biological father, Carrie is wallowing in self-pity. She can't turn to Griff in the knowledge that Adrien only gave him the sponsorship deal because of her, and since Griff is preoccupied with a visit from his judgmental father. And it doesn't help her knowing that Nicole knew about Adrien but didn't tell her. As such, Carrie turns to Quinn for support. Not knowing why she's in a funk, Leah, to get her out of that funk, signs Carrie up for a local short film competition, which has the stipulations of filming within a certain radius of Whistler, that it be shot within that weekend, and be on a theme only announced at the start of of the filming time period. The project will either get her to refocus or drive her further into despair. Ryan and Jada's professional relationship takes a hit when news comes to light about Adrien's deal to build a casino. Although it affects their personal relationship as well, Jada faces some unexpected news which ... Written by Huggo

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The 48 Hour Film Festival is based on an actual Whistler event that is held every spring. The main differences between the fictional contest and the real contest is that the films can be up to five minutes and the film makers have 72 hours to submit their works. The 2007 version of the real Film Festival was held one week after the fictional one on Whistler was filmed in Langley, B.C. See more »

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