Swipe Right for Murder
Short Films • 10m
An aspiring crime writer, forced into online dating by her best friend, finds her perfect match on a website. Unfortunately, their interests are a little too closely aligned, only it is not fictional crime he likes to dabble in.
Raine Bracken is a filmmaker based in Toronto. She began making films in high school at the Etobicoke School of the Arts before further pursuing her passion at Ryerson University’s Film Studies program. Her work is fueled by her childhood love of literature and storytelling and can be categorized as either whimsical or murderous, although it often lies somewhere in between the two. Her films have been honored at many festivals including wins at TIFF Jump Cuts, taking home the best animation category for two consecutive years. In 2018 she was a recipient of the Horizon Award for emerging female filmmakers.
DIRECTED BY RAINE BRACKEN
CANADA | 2019 | ENGLISH LANGUAGE
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