BC's Best Shorts

VSFF 2005 Judges

Paul Armstrong

Paul Armstrong is a film, television and theatre producer. Film credits include the features Moving Malcolm, See Grace Fly, and Ill Fated and the shorts Mon Amour, Mon Parapluie and Break a Leg, Rosie. Paul also produces the monthly Celluloid Social Club.

Christine Taylor

Christine TINY Taylor: writer, comedian, independent filmmaker. From Newfoundland, based in Vancouver and Victoria. Script mentor at GIFTS.

Megan Carvell Davis

Megan Carvell Davis programs and produces short documentaries for the Knowledge Network, Vision TV and CBC for 15 years before retiring. She acted as a consultant on her son Hubert Davis's 2005 Academy Award nominated short documentary, Hardwood.

Toni Latour

Toni Latour is a Vancouver based artist who has been exhibiting nationally and internationally since 1984. She works in video, sound, performance, photography and installation. She also teaches Media Art at Capilano College and Interdisciplinary Media at the University College of the Fraser Valley.

Jun Paul Obayashi

Over 14 years in the entertainment industry and partnerships with private investment firms, Jun Paul is currently in the process of creating his "Hollywood Financial Structure" through his "GOT AN IDEA."

David Ozier

As a filmmaker, David Ozier's work has screened at numerous festivals and sold internationally to both public and commercial broadcasters. As a television director, he has worked on over 175 episodes of various programs, and been recognized with a number of awards, including a Gemini for his work on the CBC Arts and Culture program, ZeD.

Kirsten Clarkson

Kirsten worked as a Talent Agent for CTM International, writer for CBC, and director for Movie Television. She is most proud of having taught some of Vancouver's most talented actors.

Ann Marie Fleming

Ann Marie Fleming is a Vancouver based independent filmmaker. Her stop motion film, Room 710, and her feature, The French Guy, had their world premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2005.