Jaime joyrides on the back-roads of Owl River, population: sinking. She’s going nowhere fast, and it’s the same in life. BFF Paula pressures her to apply to colleges, papa Hal just wants to keep her out of juvie.
But Jaime can’t know where she’s going until she knows where she comes from. When ex-con Ray shakes her down for the whereabouts of a stash, Jaime learns her departed grandpa Graham’s family secret: he ran the biggest pot-ring East of Montreal.
Now Jaime must recruit Paula and hapless admirer Ricky if she’s going to outmaneuver tough-guy Ray, the corrupt police chief Hines, and a straight-laced deputy and lay claim to her birthright.
IndieCan 10K canadian Film challenge
Owl River Runners is the NB winner for the IndieCan 10K Canadian Film Challenge. It was one of 7 scripts selected nationwide to participate in this Inaugural filmmaking challenge.
Inspired by director Ingrid Veninger’s 1K WAVE CHALLENGE, Federgreen’s INDIECAN10K is a Canada-wide ‘First Feature’ initiative that will see eight first time filmmaker teams personally mentored by Federgreen as well as a select producer-mentor in each participating province or territory. The final projects must be feature length (documentary or narrative), and have a total budget of no more than ten thousand dollars. The INDIECAN10K initiative will also include considerable in-kind services, ranging from equipment to post production services.