Celebrate Canadian Film with New Indie ‘Sensitive Parts’

By Margaret DeRosia ● April 06, 2017 16:00

“With involving characters and a tremendously talented ensemble cast, ‘Sensitive Parts’ makes you hope for the day that Prost gets to work his magic with a higher budgeted film.” Richard Propes, 'The Independent Critic'

With National Canadian Film Day right around the corner (April 19), here’s your chance to help bring new Canadian voices to the fore!

CFC Cineplex Entertainment Film Program Directors Lab alumnus Brendan Prost’s new feature, Sensitive Parts, will screen in Calgary, Vancouver and Toronto. It then will receive a digital release on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Vudu and Vimeo on Demand.

A dramedy shot in Vancouver, Sensitive Parts tells the story of Dolore (Carolyn Yonge), a young woman trying to overcome her social anxieties. When Dolore introduces her new boyfriend Ruin (Sean Marshall) to her best friend Sinead (Jennifer Kobelt), she learns they share a less-than-platonic history.

Catch the film here:

Calgary: Thursday, April 13 | 7 p.m. at the Globe Cinema
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Vancouver: Sunday, April 16 | 6:40 p.m. at the Vancity Theatre, during Canadian Film Week
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Vancouver: Tuesday, April 18 | 8:30 p.m. at the Vancity Theatre, during Canadian Film Week
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Toronto: Thursday, May 4 | 7 p.m. at the Carlton Cinema
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"Part rom-com, part social drama, Sensitive Parts is an intelligent, tactful, and very funny film. Benefitting from an outstanding script from Prost, and an incredible central performance from Yonge, the movie felt like a lost gem from Woody Allen's back catalogue. There is a genuineness to the characters which is the foundation of the film, their interaction is completely believable and their emotions are poignant without feeling saccharine."

-Chris Olsen, Indie Film Review