STORY: A ruthless bounty hunter discovers the true cost of revenge.

  • Olivia Lindgren
  • Sam Alexander
  • Zephyr Derr
  • Elisha Miller
  • Sam Alexander
  • Olivia Lindgren
  • Marissa Burton
    Key Cast
    The Garden That You've Planted
  • Vinnie Riel
    Key Cast
    Life Will Do More
  • Nayan Murdoch
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Western, Action, Drama
  • Runtime:
    10 minutes 10 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    October 1, 2016
  • Production Budget:
    3,500 USD
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  • Student Project:
  • Whistler Film Festival
    December 4, 2016
    World Premiere
  • TIFF Top Ten
    Toronto, ON
    January 14, 2017
    Ontario Premiere
  • Vancouver Short Film Festival
    Vancouver, BC
    January 28, 2017
    Vancouver BC
  • Vancouver Island Short Film Festival
    Nanaimo, BC
    February 10, 2017
    Vancouver Island
    Best Student Short Film
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Director Biography - Olivia Lindgren

Raised in Mission BC, new found director Olivia Lindgren discovered her love for story and creative collaboration through theater. Graduating with an Associate of Arts in theater from Douglas College, Olivia found herself interested in the directing process after she had the pleasure to work with influential instructors. She learned to embrace the process of creative work rather than the final destination. This encouraged her to take the next step and seek training and mentor ship for directing. Graduated from the Langara College Film Arts program with honors, Olivia had the opportunity to direct and produce a true wild western period piece for her final film project. There is nothing this young lady can’t do when she sets her mind on something she is truly passionate about.

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Director Statement

1) I have nothing to fight against. All I can do is aid the healing process and serve as a catalyst for change, justice and peace for humanity.

2) We recognize our environmental crisis. Everything is worth fighting for, when we stand together. Wanting an eye for an eye is not how this works. We find solace and acceptance in human connection.

3) It's important we remember where we come from. Same home, Same body, same planet. Ashes to ashes, we all live the same. We are responsible to care for our mother Earth and leave a sustainable legacy for our children.

Film is a way to plant and nourish seeds of inspiration. Through character's experience on screen, we allow ourselves to feel what they feel. Film is an expression of one's perception. Story can leave a lasting effect. I am grateful to be of service in this beautiful medium.

Peace and Love,