Pregnancy can be a joyful time. It can also be a terrifying one.
In the mid-1960s, two prim and proper ladies get together for a baby shower. The results are unsettling.
Director: Christopher Lazar
Writers/producers: Gwynne Phillips, Briana Templeton
I’m very grateful to work with such talented writers and performers! This film presented some formidable challenges, but the crew did rise to the occasion.
About Christopher Lazar
Chris made the leap from the rolling mountains of Vancouver to the vaulting urban jungle of Toronto to pursue a career making films in 2007.
Since then, Chris has cultivated a diverse body of work that explores mediums and genres of all forms including commercials, music videos, web series, short films and documentaries. His work has been broadcast on CBC, Much Music, CMT, Bravo, Funny or Die, YouTube, Vimeo and iTunes.
In January 2014, Chris released his first feature-length documentary URBNET LIVE: featuring Canadian hip-hop artists Moka Only, D-Sisive, DL Incognito, Kae Sun, Wordburglar, Elaquent and Animal Nation.
Later that year, Chris began production on Rude Canadians, a documentary about stand-up comedy and the legal boarders imposed on free speech in Canada. The film is still in production and should see a release date in 2017.
As a result, Chris’s approach to storytelling has been shaped by the drama and excitement that reality-based content has to offer. Not to be confined by any genre, Chris’s goal is to engage audiences with real emotional experiences in every market from web-based media, advertisements and music videos, to documentaries, television and feature films.