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DON'T WASTE A PRECIOUS MINUTE


Leanne and John are doomed. Caged and suffering a mindless cycle of sleeping, waking and darkness. A sliver of light and a masked stranger appears to deliver food and ignore screams for mercy. Given the chance to escape, will John abandon Leanne and confront his fate as a trophy kill?

 

Don’t Waste A Precious Minute is a short horror film produced by Electric Monk Media and written and directed by Marc Greene.  It was filmed in the forest near Prawda, Manitoba and is distributed by Devolver Digital Films.

 

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DON'T WASTE A PRECIOUS MINUTE


Leanne and John are doomed. Caged and suffering a mindless cycle of sleeping, waking and darkness. A sliver of light and a masked stranger appears to deliver food and ignore screams for mercy. Given the chance to escape, will John abandon Leanne and confront his fate as a trophy kill?

 

Don’t Waste A Precious Minute is a short horror film produced by Electric Monk Media and written and directed by Marc Greene.  It was filmed in the forest near Prawda, Manitoba and is distributed by Devolver Digital Films.

 

AVAILABLE NOW ON STEAM

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SHOUT OUTS


SHOUT OUTS


"Creepy and effective"
Tom Holland, writer and director of Child's Play and Fright Night

"Horribly realistic.  Wonderfully acted and casted.  Black and white filming was genius.  It just added to the whole scenario. Eerie and scary.  Stuff of nightmares."
- Betty McInery

"I loved this film! Totally my cup of tea. Freaky and weird and awesome all wrapped up in 10 minutes."
- J'Nell Cee

"Really impressive. I really wasn't sure where it would go. All the technical elements were really strong too."
- Darin Clausin

"It's bleak, brutal, and mean-spirited, while retaining a darkly comic twist! You left me wanting more, man! Great short! My complements to the actors and your crew!"
- Fulltimehorrorjunkie

"The film retains a serious tone throughout and conjures feelings of immediate dread from the opening shot. A+"
- @manic_horror_reviews

"Wow, it was fantastic! It was beautiful and I loved that it was filmed in black and white. The acting was also top notch."
- Moviereviews100

"Loved the use of black and white, the camera work at the beginning, and the final twist."
- 365_favourite_movies

"I really liked it! Really cool having it in black and white. Was not expecting the ending at all. I really liked the actors you chose they played their parts very well."
- Battyboop1985

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SCREENINGS & FESTIVALS


SCREENINGS & FESTIVALS


First Friday – Indigenous Filmmakers Association
October 7th, 2016 @ ACI Manitoba – Winnipeg, Manitoba

15th Annual Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival
November 27th, 2016 @ Towne 8 Cinema – Winnipeg, Manitoba

Madhouse Movies Film Festival
January 28th, 2017 (on-line extravaganza)

Days of the Dead Film Festival
February 5th, 2017 – Atlanta, Georgia

7th Annual HorrorQuest Film Festival
October 13th – 15th, 2017 – Cinefest Film Theatre – Georgia State University

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CAST & CREW


CAST & CREW


 

Quinn Greene

Quinn is an actor and comedian who revels in strong character work and challenging roles. He has been madly touring North America with his five-star sketch comedy troupe H.U.N.K.S. He is very proud of the amazing work done by everyone to bring DWAPM to life (and death!!!).

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Mallory James

Mallory is a Winnipeg-based actor enrolled in her second year of the Studio 58 acting program in Vancouver. While most of her past credits are from on-stage (favourites include Peter Pan at MTYP and The Rocky Horror Show with Wasteland Productions), Mallory has enjoyed exploring opportunities in film, TV, and voice-over work. Upon completion of the Studio 58 program, Mallory hopes to return to Winnipeg and produce her own work.

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Conan Hodgkinson

Conan Hodgkinson is an actor and student in Winnipeg. Most recently, Conan appeared in Channel Zero: Candle Cove on SyFy. In his free time Conan enjoys playing on his computer and plotting world domination. Conan continues to take acting training and is grateful for the opportunity to be part of the DWAPM gang.

 

Rick Gensiorek

Rick has acted for 10+ years, appearing in feature films, documentaries and shorts including The Oldest Profession in Winnipeg (2011), Sunday (2010), and Good Bye Planet Earth (2011). He has also performed in a number of TV commercials and that often gets him a “where have I seen you before?” look from the people he meets.

 

Sarah Slater

Sarah has always been a fan of the arts; enjoying drawing and writing. She began her foray into the acting world at the age of twelve when she enrolled in the Children’s Acting Center. After two years of study and practice, Sarah was more than ready for her first role in DWAPM.