Eva Madden-Hagen goes Hollywood

Halifax filmmaker attends screening of short at Los Angeles film festival

A friend to Haliwood Insider, Eva Madden-Hagen let us know that she'll be heading down to LA for the Los Angeles Women’s International Film Festival. (For more information on the festival, click here.)

Madden-Hagen's latest short film, What Remains (which was made with help from the CBC/Film Nova Scotia Bridge Award) was selected to screen at the festival. It plays on Tuesday, March 29 at the Laemmle Sunset 5 in Hollywood. (That’s on Sunset Boulevard. NBD.)

"We are very excited to be a selected," reports Madden-Hagen, who says there are only two other Canadian shorts in the festival. "I can’t wait to get to LA and check out all the other amazing films by women filmmakers." (Rebecca Sharratt, the film’s producer isn’t able to travel down as she’s the production manager on the Picnicface TV series and is busy prepping for that. Madden-Hagen will have to enjoy the glitz and glam with just her husband, filmmaker Drew Hagen.)

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