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Censured in Canada | Fragments of Penny by Lucas Frison
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29 Mar Fragments of Penny by Lucas Frison

SCREENING: MAY 27, 2017 – Saturday



DIRECTOR: Lucas Frison

Penny is a young woman struggling with her surroundings in a new city. She avoids human contact as much as possible, instead opting for the company of Hercules, a teddy bear that she brings with her everywhere she goes. Soon, she reluctantly starts a growing friendship with a promiscuous coworker and begins to see her life in a new light, realizing that dwelling on the past makes it hard to start anew.


DURATION: 15 mins

Lucas Frison is a graduate of the University of Regina with a BFA in Film Production. His main interest is in writing and directing comedies centered around Saskatchewan themes and locations. His student films have screened at the Student Filmmaker Awards and the Living Skies Student Film Festival and he looks forward to continuing that success as an established artist.

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