A top-notch cast of big-name actors alongside local up-and-coming talent star in the new sci-fi-drama, Moments in Spacetime.
Written and Directed by local Cold Lake filmmaker, Chris Cowden, the dramatic new genre of film stars John Rhys-Davies (Winner, Broadcast Film Critics Association Critics Choice Award, Best Cast Ensemble, Lord of the Rings: Return of the King), Sam Gittins (Nominee, FrightFest Screen International’s Rising Star Award, Await Further Instructions) and Patty Srisuwan (Pheonix International Film Festival, Sweet Oil) in a captivating story of identity that brazenly confronts the parts of self, family, relationships, and society that threaten to break us and divide
us—but those that can also bring us together.
Patty Srisuwan, the film’s co-star and producer explains, “the film touches on so many important topics—from dementia to identity to the immigrant experience. My performance on screen is informed by my own personal experience, and the film asks viewers to delve into their own identity, and experience the life of an immigrant for 2 hours. I believe this is a critically important story to tell in today’s world.”
John Rhys-Davies described the film as being “brilliantly written and brilliantly directed.”
“We really made this film to highlight the economic opportunity in film and television and to help put Cold Lake on the map for future productions. We love this community, we love living here and we want to see our economy diversify and grow,” said Director Chris Cowden.
In reference to the local region and the economic opportunity, Patty Srisuwan says, “it’s a chance to pursue our passion while helping to revolutionize the arts and culture industry in our region, in turn helping to boost our local economy.”
Moments in Spacetime will present a local screening in Cold Lake’s Grand Square Cinema theatre starting on October 25, 2019. Kinosoo Films will also be hosting a formal VIP Red Carpet Screening of Moments in Spacetime—inviting sponsors, dignitaries, media and
cast—on October 18, 2019, in Cold Lake, Alberta.