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Promotional image from the film Kanashibara as found at the Winnipeg Film Group.com
|Directed by||Jaimz Asmundson|
|Produced by||Jaimz Asmundson|
|Written by||Jaimz Asmundson|
|Music by||Jeremy Pillipow|
|Editing by||Jaimz Asmundson|
|Studio||Dirty Undies Films|
|Distributed by||Winnipeg Film Group|
|Release date(s)||April 23, 2007|
|Running time||11 minutes|
|Budget||$5,000 CDN (estimated)|
Kanashibara is a 2007 Canadian short film written and directed by Jaimz Asmundson. In this film a man is haunted in his dreams and reality by a Succubus. The film was shot on different kinds of media including hand-processed and hand-painted 16MM film, Super 8 film, VHS videotape and Digital formats.
- Release Date: 2007
- MPAA Rating: Adult Accompaniment
- Runtime: 11 Minutes
- Language: English
- Director: Jaimz Asmundson
- Writer: Jaimz Asmundson
- Studio: Dirty Undies Films
- Distributor: Winnipeg Film Group
- Genre: Tragedy, Short Film, Horror
|Karen Asmundson||Woman / Succubus|
|Elizabeth Polasek||Old Woman|
Following the death of his girlfriend in a car accident, a man suffers from post-trauma and attempts to maintain his grip on sanity. Now renting a dingy basement suite, he is plagued with constant interruptions from his landlady and terrifying bouts of sleep paralysis. His sense of the real and the illusory world begins to blur when he is visited nightly by hallucinatory representations of his depression in the form of a Succubus.
- Winnipeg International Film Festival, May 2008 in Winnipeg, Manitoba
- Possible Worlds, November 2007 in Sydney, Australia
- Núna (now) Icelandic Festival. 23 April 2007 in Winnipeg, Manitoba
At the time of this article's entry in the SuccuWiki, there was no film review available.