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Censured in Canada | The Great Fear by Iain Laird
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01 Mar The Great Fear by Iain Laird

SCREENING: MAY 28, 2017 – Sunday



DIRECTOR: Iain Laird

A film about a collapsing food industry, a lonely farmer, a lonely botanist and the wraith like elements that disconnect and veil us all. Set in the American Prairies of Montana, The Great Fear introduces us to a quiet farmer named Victor. He is forced to forfeit his cattle following a questionable inspection of his farm by a large agricultural corporation known as Vassal.


DURATION: 1 hr 45 mins

Writer-Director Iain Laird (Born Iain Andrew William Laird) was born in London, Ontario, Canada and grew fascinated with filmmaking at the early age of ten. He would use his father’s 8mm Sony video camera and gather all of his friends together to make movies whenever it was possible to do so. He grew up in the small prairie town of Okotoks in Southern Alberta, Canada.


International Screenings

dragon dreaming film festival
delhi international film festival
borrego springs film festival
miami international science fiction film festival
singapore world international film festival
sci-fi-london film festival
“cayfilm” cayman international film festival

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