Relive the magic of childhood in ‘Til Death

Peddling your bike at night under a glowing platter of a moon. Feeling the pure, uncomplicated love possible in childhood. “True love is infinite,” a 10-year-old character in ‘Til Death declares.

This 2014 short film tells the story of young Zachary, who loses his soul mate, Samantha, and sets out to bring her back to life. The modern-day fairy tale stars children but weaves in complex themes.

The film was directed by UVic Writing instructor and alumnus Connor Gaston, written by Ryan Bright and produced by UVic prof Maureen Bradley, current Writing chair. Gaston is an award-winning filmmaker whose work has screened around the world, including at the Toronto International Film Festival. His first feature film, The Devout, earned him several honours, including five Leo Awards.


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