David’s Child

Director: Nick Marciano

World Premiere

Cast: Conrad Leigh, David Parisian, Avery Glover, Kiera Scharf

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Plot

Things have always come easy for David Turner. He’s a best-selling author. When his wife Diane is tragically killed in a car accident, everything changes. Seven years later, David still hasn’t written another book. David’s publisher, Mr. Steamer, harasses him constantly.

The only thing holding David together is his miracle daughter, Cathy, who survived the car accident. After intense pressure from his publisher, David agrees to write erotic novels. The exact moment David signs the contract, Cathy drowns in a pool. David finds himself at the lowest point of his life. When David is finally piecing his life back together, he sees a little girl who looks like Cathy.

Does his publisher have something to do with his daughter’s supposed death? After being deemed insane, David begins a relentless pursuit of the truth. He goes to unearth his daughter’s grave. Will the truth be revealed?Country: Canada
Year: 2016
Genre: Drama
Running Time: 98 min.

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Toronto
Date: June 13 2016
Screening Time: 9:30 PM
Location: TIFF Bell Lightbox
Language: English
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The only thing holding David together is his miracle daughter, Cathy, who survived the car accident. After intense pressure from his publisher David agrees to write erotic novels. The exact moment David signs the contract, Cathy drowns in a pool. David finds himself at the lowest point of his life. When David is finally piecing his life back together, he sees a little girl who looks like Cathy.
Does his publisher have something to do with his daughter’s supposed death? After being deemed insane, David begins a relentless pursuit of the truth. He goes to unearth his daughter’s grave . Will the truth be revealed?


Nick Marciano

Nick Marciano

Nick Marciano has directed three feature films, some of shorts and several music videos. His short films, “The Tree” and “Links” were shown at the Toronto International Short Film Festival. His second feature, “Lee’s Offering” was shown at the Toronto Italian Film Festival in the spring of 2005.

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