BellflowerUSA, 2011 : Canadian Premiere
An apocalyptic love story for the Mad Max generation, Evan Glodell’s impressive feature debut paints a classic, yet urgently contemporary, tale of the destructive power of love.
Bellflower follows two friends who spend their time building flamethrowers and other weapons in the hope that a global apocalypse will occur and clear the runway for their imaginary gang, Mother Medusa, to reign supreme. While waiting for the destruction to commence, one of them meets a charismatic young woman and falls in love - hard. Quickly integrating into a new group of friends, the pair set off on a journey of betrayal, love, hate, and extreme violence more devastating than any of their apocalyptic fantasies.
With highly stylized photography and editing, Bellflower is an exhilarating, character-driven joyride. Fueling this narrative with fantastic imagery and extraordinary performances, writer/director/ actor Glodell elevates the ordinary experiences of friendship and romance into the stuff of legend. – Sundance
press for Bellflower
"Bellflower’s scum-steampunk sex revenge fantasia is the discovery of Sundance 2011"- VILLAGE VOICE
"Bellflower is a ballsy look into love, heartbreak, and destruction that you won’t be able to forget."- GEEKTYRANT
screened with a short film
Calgary, 2010, 3 min, Director: Ramin Eshraghi-YazdiA young boy’s vivid daydream transports him from his bedroom in a visually rich adventure.
Narrative / Action / Romance / Drama / Award at CUFF103 Minutes
Vincent Grashaw, Evan Glodell
Evan Glodell, Jessie Wiseman, Rebekah Brandes, Tyler Dawson, Vincent Grashaw