Series consists of records documenting the administrative, creative, financial, legal, production, and publicity and marketing activities of Seats 3A & 3C productions. This innovative film series tells contemporary stories in low-budget, digital, feature-film formats developed and entirely owned by Imagex. There are four films in this series: Dragonwheel, Love that Boy, Past Perfect, and The Wild Dogs.
Dragonwheel, a romantic comedy set in Halifax, Mexico City, Barcelona, Tokyo, and on flights in between, was the directorial debut of Tricia Fish, writer of New Waterford Girl. Fish also wrote the screenplay. Dragonwheel starred Graham Gavine and Krista MacDonald.
Love That Boy tells the quirky story of an over-achieving, soon-to-be college graduate improbably falling in love with her 14-year-old neighbour. The 85-minute drama was written by Andrea Dorfman and Jennifer Deyell, directed by Andrea Dorfman, and starred Nadia Litz, Adrien Dixon, Nicki Barnett, PJ Crosby, and Dax Ravina.
Past Perfect follows two passengers sitting in adjoining seats, Seats 3a and 3c, on a flight from Vancouver to Halifax who fall in love and then meet two years later. The film was the directorial debut for Daniel MacIvor, who also wrote the script. The 82-minute drama's cast included Daniel McIvor, Rebecca Jenkins, and Maury Chaykin. Past Perfect won the award for Outstanding Performance as an actor at the Atlantic Film Festiva in 2002.
The Wild Dogs is set and photographed in contemporary Bucharest and brings together the stories of a reluctant city dog-catcher, a diplomat's wife, and a visiting Canadian pornographer. It was directed and written by Thom Fitzgerald, who also played a leading on-camera role. The 97-minute drama starred Alberta Watson, David Hayman, Rachel Blanchard, Thom Fitzgerald, and Mihai Calota. It won awards at the 2002 Atlantic Film Festival for Best Canadian Feature, Best Direction, Excellence in Sound Design, and Excellence in Editing.
This series contains agreements, applications, budgets, cast lists, clearances, correspondence, credits, crew biographies, crew lists, day files and video footage, dialogue transcriptions, financial records, marketing plans, outlines, photographic stills and transparencies, a pitch package, press kits, production reports, release prints, research, schedules, scripts, sound notes, sub-titling, treatments, video recordings, and website development plans.