Saguenay international
short film festival


Ava's quiet date night out at the cinema turns into a nightmare when she's trapped in a toilet stall during an active shooting attack. With only a thin door separating her from the gunman, she is forced to confront him and try to find a way to survive, both physically and emotionally.

Production :
Distribution :
Some Assembly Films
Contact :
Music :
Nick Storring
Sound designer :
Eugenio Battaglia
Screenplay :
Alexander Maxim Seltzer
Cast :
Andrew Chown and Alison Louder
Editing :
Alexander Maxim Seltzer
Cinematographer :
Justin Black
Artistic direction :
James Hankin

  • Alexander Seltzer

    Alexander Maxim Seltzer is an award-winning director originally from Russian and the UK with a background in commercial production. His first narrative short “10-33” (‘21) Fantasia Film Fest, HollyShorts, won the CCE award for Best Editing at Fantasia. Another short that is part of a series on how men harm women, "What Are People For?" (‘21) is currently out on the festival circuit.