Two 4 One

Two 4 One

Dir. Maureen Bradley
Red Epic / 77 minutes / 2014

Adam and Miriam have a one-night-stand. They both wind up pregnant.

c. Sugar Shack Films

Official Selection - Highlights: 

TV Broadcast: Superchannel (Canada)

Calgary International Film Festival 2014 (World Premiere)

Available Light Film Festival 2015, Whitehorse, Yukon (Opening Gala)

Translations: Seattle Transgender Film Festival (USA) (Closing Gala)

Tilde: Melbourne Trans and Gender Diverse Film Festival (Australia) (Opening Gala)

LesGaiCineMad Film Festival (Madrid, Spain) (Opening Gala)

Festival History: 

Calgary International Film Festival (Canada) (World Premiere)

Vancouver International Film Festival (Canada)

Image + Nation Festival Cinema LGBTR (Montréal, Canada)

Victoria Film Festival (Canada)

Available Light Film Festival (Whitehorse, Canada) (Opening Gala)

Roze Filmdagen - Amsterdam LGBTQ Film Festival, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Cinecenta (Victoria, Canada)

Trans Awareness Week (Regina & Saskatoon, Canada)

The Vic Theatre: Best of the Fest (Victoria, Canada)

Translations: Seattle Transgender Film Festival (USA) (Closing Gala)

Reflecting Light: 40 Years of Canadian Cinema (Winnipeg, Canada)

Inside Out: Toronto LGBT Film Festival (Canada)

Festival Cinepride (Nantes, France)

Frameline39: San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival (USA)

Queer Projections (Gibsons, Canada)

Out Here Now: Kansas City LGBT Film Festival (USA)

Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival (USA)

Carlton Theatre (Toronto, Canada)

GAZE International LGBT Film Festival (Dublin, Ireland)

North Carolina Gay & Lesbian Film Festival (Durham, USA)

Austin Gay & Lesbian International Film Festival (USA)

Outflix Film Festival (Memphis, USA)

Reeling: Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival (USA)

Hollywood Film Festival (USA)

ImageOUT Film Festival (Rochester, USA)

ReelQ Film Festival (Pittsburgh, USA)

Cinema Arts Centre (Huntington, USA)

Tampa Bay International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival (USA)

Portland Queer Film Festival (USA)

Queerfilm Festival (Bremen, Germany)

Filmfest Homochrom (Köln & Dortmund, Germany)

Perlen Queer Film Festival (Hannover, Germany)

Lesbisch Schwule Filmtage (Hamburg, Germany)

Queer Film Fest (Weiterstadt, Germany)

Queerstreifen (Münster, Germany)

Outwatch: Wine Country’s LGBTQI Film Festival (Sonoma County, USA)

Tilde: Melbourne Trans and Gender Diverse Film Festival (Australia) (Opening Gala)

Queer Film Festival Oldenburg (Oldenburg, Germany)

Louisville LGBT Film Festival (USA) 

LesGaiCineMad Film Festival (Madrid, Spain) (Opening Gala)

Mix Brazil (Sao Paolo, Brazil) 

Trans* Film Fest (Stockholm, Sweden)

Chéries-Chéris (Paris, France)

Dialogues: Calcutta International LGBT Film & Video Festival (India)

"Engagingly shot by Amy Belling, watch for standout performances from Gavin Crawford, Naomi Snieckus and Gabrielle Rose." VIFF
Terry McEvoy (September 2014)

"Gender-bender comedy is sensitive, subtle and truly sure-handed."
- GLOBE AND MAIL, Brad Wheeler (July 17, 2015)

"Original music and crisp visuals help round off the modern feel of the story. The result is a quirky upbeat romance."
- CFUV, Linda, Victoria's Campus Radio Station

"Two 4 One is a funny and touching, sensitively handled and well-acted film."
- TIMES COLONIST, Michael D. Reid (February 13, 2015)

"Featuring great performances and a funny, insightful take on love and family, Two 4 One is one of the year’s best surprises."
- CINEMABLOGGER.COM, Pat Mullen (July 16, 2015)

"'Two 4 One' is highly original with a cast full of great performers."
- CANSCREEN, Addison Wylie (July 15, 2015)

"Maureen Bradley’s debut feature is a more subtle affair... sweet and funny."
- CALGARY HERALD, Eric Volmers (September 22, 2014)

"Crawford’s quiet portrayal is fully realized but never forced."
- XTRA! WEST, Greg Armstrong-Morris (September 29, 2014)

"Two 4 One is genuinely funny and sensitive... clever and hilarious twists"
- CALGARY SUN, Louis Hobson (September 20, 2014)

"This progressive look at real-life love is refreshing and accessible... as vulnerably sweet as it is bitingly brave."
- WHAT'S UP YUKON, Heather Austin (February 5, 2015)

Awards

Winner, Best Canadian Film – Victoria Film Festival 2015

Winner, Audience Award: Best Canadian Fiction Film – Available Light Film Festival 2015

Winner, Audience Award: Best Feature Film – Translations: The Seattle Transgender Film Festival 2015

Winner, Special Jury Prize – Reeling: Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival 2015

Winner, Audience Award: Best Comedy – ReelQ: Pittsburgh LGBT Film Festival 2015

Winner, Outstanding Male Performance (Gavin Crawford) – ACTRA Toronto Awards 2015

Winner, Best Supporting Performance – Female (Gabrielle Rose), Leo Awards 2015

Runner-up, Audience Award: Best Genderqueer Film – Roze Filmdagen 2015

Nominee, Best Actress (Gabrielle Rose)  – UBCP/ACTRA Awards 2015

Nominee, Best Narrative Feature – Austin Gay & Lesbian International Film Festival 2015

Nominee, Best Motion Picture – Leo Awards 2015

Nominee, Best Direction in a Motion Picture – Leo Awards 2015

Nominee, Best Screenplay in a Motion Picture – Leo Awards 2015

Nominee, Best Casting in a Motion Picture – Leo Awards 2015

Nominee, Best Costume Design in a Motion Picture – Leo Awards 2015

Nominee, Best BC Film – Vancouver International Film Festival 2014

Nominee, Best Emerging BC Filmmaker (Maureen Bradley) – Vancouver International Film Festival 2014

Winner, Audience Choice Award (Screenplay), Female Eye Film Festival 2013

Developed through NSI Features First in association with presenting sponsor Telefilm Canada; program partners are The Brian Linehan Charitable Foundation and Shaw Media.

Produced with the participation of Telefilm Canada, and with assistance from the BC Arts Council.