Chatting with the Artists Behind ‘It Was You Charlie’


 

We sat down for a chat with some of the artists behind latest Canadian indie film It Was You Charlie, including Director/Writer Emmanuel Shirinian, Michael D. Cohen, and Anna Hopkins.

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It Was You Charlie follows Abner (Michael D. Cohen), a lonely graveyard shift doorman, who was once an accomplished sculptor and art teacher. Now a mere shadow of what he once was, he lives a quiet life, consumed by two unresolved conflicts: a fighter with his brother over the woman he loved, and a tragic accident that took place a year before. When he bumps into a free-spirited taxi driver named Zoe (Emma Fleury), his life begins to turn, with Abner finally wanting to face the conflicts that have haunted him for so long.

It Was You Charlie is playing at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto until August 28th – To buy tickets, please visit the TIFF website HERE