Signal Theatre is a Canadian, non-profit theatre organization. Signal emits images, ideas and stories. Signal is committed to the collaborative process, experimentation, and intercultural research.
Seven Seconds is a short film written and directed by Michael Greyeyes, choreographed by Nancy Latoszewski, with cinematography by John Price. This film, shot on Super 16mm, was commissioned for the 2010 imagineNATIVE film + media arts festival in Toronto, Canada. It was subsequently programmed at the Dawson International Short Film Festival in Dawson City, Yukon in 2011.
Seven Seconds explores themes of loss, lensed through the exquisite choreography of Nancy Latoszewski and the moving performance of Tara Butler, as a woman who confronts the circumstances of her isolation and past, while facing the immense questions of her own mortality.
Written, directed & edited by Michael Greyeyes.
Conceived and choreographed by Nancy Latoszewski.
Cinematography by John Price.
Music by Ludwig van Beethoven.
Sound Design by Miquelon Rodriguez.
Hair and Make-up by Roz Mogani.
Opening credits photographed by Mikhail Petrenko.
Starring Tara Butler, Derek Garza, and Ron Tabachnik.
Shot on location in The Distillery District, Toronto, Canada.
Seven Seconds was produced with generous production assistance by LIFT (Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto) and the imagineNATIVE film + media arts festival.