|TIFF 2011: VIDEO - Craig Goodwill Interview|
|ARTICLES - Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)|
|Written by Adam Donaldson|
|Monday, 03 October 2011 01:29|
Not many manage to break into the Toronto International Film Festival with their first film, but Craig Goodwill happily breaks the mould with his short film, Patch Town. Deftly mixing elements of drama, horror and musical into one brief, but engrossing package, Patch Town imaginatively tries to answer the eternal question: Where do Cabbage Patch Kids go when kids are done playing with them? Starring familiar faces Lisa Ray (Defendor, Endgame) and Julian Richings (Death from Supernatural), Patch Town is a promising debut, and one that can easily be expanded on to feature-length cult status. Press+1 caught up with Goodwill during TIFF.