Minus Lara on-set stills (Day 2 of 2)

Canadian Short Screenplay Competition directors

The Passing of the Torch: CSSC directors Laurence Cohen (Rusted Pyre) and Rob King (Minus Lara) (L to R)

Romina D'Ugo in Minus Lara written by Surita Parmar

Romina D'Ugo stars as Lara in Surita Parmar's 'Minus Lara'

Minus Lara Short Film Still Photography

Romina D'Ugo stars as Lara in Surita Parmar's 'Minus Lara'

Cinamatographer Shaun Fulton prepares the lights camera action on the redcam

Shawn Fulon lights 'Minus Lara' Short Film

Classic Antiques Regina SK Warehouse district

Our brilliant location: The Classic Antiques on Broad Street in Regina, SK

About David Cormican

DAVID CORMICAN is an award winning blogger (2010 Canadian Weblog Award winner – best literature & writing category), father, performer, producer and founder of the prestigious Canadian Short Screenplay Competition (CSSC), an organization he formed to showcase and promote emerging screenwriters through recognition and the production of their winning work. In 2010 Cormican was a nominee for the Regina Mayor’s Arts & Business Award for Innovation in the Arts and a recipient of the National Screen Institute’s Drama Prize. In addition to establishing the CSSC's Short Film Fund, he is also a partner with Minds Eye Entertainment where he is in charge of development for the production company’s feature film, television and branded content. Recent producing credits include THE TALL MAN (Jessica Biel) and FACES IN THE CROWD (Milla Jovavich, Julian McMahon) for Minds Eye and RUSTED PYRE (Brooke Palsson, Samantha Somer Wilson) and MINUS LARA (a Bravo!FACT funded short starring Romina D’Ugo) for the CSSC. He is a board member for Regina Downtown Business Improvement District, a counselor for ACTRA Saskatchewan and board member representing the arts portfolio for SaskCulture. He also sits on various committees for SaskFilm, SMPIA and the Canadian Media Producers Association.
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