Prom Night

It’s prom night and Jordan thinks this may be his only chance to get close to Caitlyn so he pulls out all the stops. Will the night bring them closer together or push them further apart?

Creative team

Writer: Jordan Gray
Producer: Lucas Floody
Director: Anthony Bortolussi

Director’s statement

Anthony Bortolussi says:

“When I read the original version of Prom Night I knew it was the script for me. 
After a few versions we had a draft we were very happy with. With the help of a great casting director, the show was able to land one of the best casts I have ever worked with.

Together with a talented crew, these actors helped create a journey we are all very proud of. 
I would like to thank everyone involved in the making of Prom Night, it wouldn’t have been possible without you.”

About Anthony Bortolussi

Anthony Bortolussi is a graduate of Western Canada’s largest film school, Capilano University and spent most of his early years working on films in any capacity possible.

In 2003, he produced his first short movie titled Strange Days, which received star recognition from the Canadian International Film Festival.

His next project was a tale of deception and youth suicide called Calendar Leaves. It went on to win Best Picture Awards at the 2005 Youngcuts Film Festival, as well as the 2006 British Columbia Student Film Festivals. It also received Double Star recognition from the Canadian International Film Festival.

During his third year at Capilano University, Anthony directed his first short film called Prom Night. It has gone on to achieve international accolades at several film festivals around the world.

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