Winter, 2003 - Jacqueline plays an English war-time lounge singer who befriends a young soldier
before he's shipped out to fight the Germans in Richard Bell's sophomore feature Eighteen.
November 14-15, 2003 - Jacqueline appears at the Oz Stargate SG-1 Convention in Canberra,
September/October, 2003 - 50 Questions screens at the 22nd Annual Vancouver
International Film Festival, Written and directed by Jacqueline Samuda for Crazy 8s 2003,will be
screened in the Canadian Images Program at the 22nd Annual Vancouver International Film Festival.
Tthe ten-minute film follows mortgage broker, Bob, who is so driven in his job that he's blind to everything
else until a temp puts him through a quiz that makes him look in the mirror and see himself as the repressed
seething cauldron of passion he really is.
Starring: Alistair Abell and Jennifer Silverman with Philip Maurice Hayes, Michael Kopsa,
Fred Keating, Shannon Powell and Leila Johnson.
Original Music: Simon Kendall and Fundamental (Aaron Grain, Matt Van Dyke and Dan Gagnon)
Production Designer: Maurice Woodworth
Editor: Fredrik Thorsen
Director of Photography: Jane Weitzel
Producers: Gerry Rutherford, Clare Hodge and Jacqueline Samuda
Writer-Director: Jacqueline Samuda
Screening in a selection of shorts under the banner title Hitting Zero
At 9:45 pm on Tuesday October 7th at Granville 7 Cinema 2
and at 4pm on Thursday October 9th at Pacific Cinematheque
October 7, 2003 - Cineworks Independent Film Society's "Meet the Filmmakers" series brings Jacqueline
together with other short filmmakers featured in the Vancouver International Film Festival for a panel
discussion at the Granville Cinema from 6:30 - 8:00 pm.
September 13-14, 2003 - Jacqueline appears at GATECON, Vancouver's Stargate SG-1 convention,
meeting fans and helping raise funds for the Make a Wish Foundation.
August 27, 2003 - Jacqueline's Reelfast film, Three Times Fast, screens at the Celluloid
Social Club in Vancouver, with other local filmmakers who also have films in the upcoming Vancouver
International Film Festival.
August 20, 2003-50 Questions, Jacqueline's Crazy8s film, is invited to screen at the
22nd Annual International Film Festival next month.
August 15-17, 2003 - The annual Reelfast 48-Hour Filmmaking competition sees Jacqueline (as
writer/director) teaming up with brilliant comic actors Veena Sood, Mark Burgess and Steven Rudy, and
producer Rob Riley, DOP Kevin Pearson, Editor Judi Babcock, Camera Op Julian Perry, Sound Editor Zdenek
Sychrava, Boom Op Rodney Romero, Assistant Editor Jordan Atkinson, to create the ten-minute comedy Three
July 8, 2003- Jacqueline moderates a special Women in Film &Video Vancouver" Career
Café" at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. A Conversation with David Spaner celebrates the launch of the entertainment
industry journalist's new book Dreaming in the Rain: How Vancouver became Hollywood North byNorthwest.
Other panellists include celebrated filmmaker Lynn Stopkewich, Movie Central's Shelley Gillen and author/filmmaker
June, 2003 - Jacqueline joins the cast of Wilder Days, the TNT film starring Peter
Falk and Tim Daly. She plays a North-eastern truck stop owner who helps Tim Daly's character track
down his dad (Peter Falk) and little boy.
June 25, 2003 - The Praxis Screenwriting Centre's annual summer workshop features Jacqueline
as one of the performers in the reading of Curtis Saretske's The Kid With The Camera
May 31, 2003 - Jacqueline's short film 50 Questions screens at Vancouver's 1300-seat Vogue
Theatre, followed by a Q&A session with Jacqueline and the other four directors who were selected
to make their short films in the previous week's Crazy 8s filmmaking challenge.
May 22, 2003 - The Women in Film & Video Vancouver's Annual General Meeting is held at the
Hyatt Regency Hotel. Jacqueline conducts the meeting and the election of the new directors, as she concludes
her second term as President and moves into the Advisory position of Past-President after three years
of serving on the Board.
April-May, 2003 - Jacqueline wins a spot as one of five Directors to make a short film in May,
2003. Selected by the Directors Guild of Canada and other industry sponsors for the CRAZY 8s program,
her short script 50 Questionsgoes from paper to shooting on digital and ready for screening in
only 8 days! www.crazy8s.cc
May, 2003 - Jacqueline plays a Hollywood movie exec in an episode of the new Showtime series
The L Word.Earthlings.
May 2, 2003 - Jacqueline plays an independent politician in the workshop performance of the
Tom Cone play Love Lies Bleeding at the Granville Island Playwright's Theatre.
April-May, 2003 - Jacqueline workshops the Tom Cone play Love Lies Bleeding.
April 26, 2003 - Jacqueline chats with Stargate SG-1 fans from around the world on forums.delphiforums.com
at 12:30pm PST.
April 24, 2003 - Jacqueline is the guest speaker at the WIFVV Breakfast Club.
March 27, 2003 - Jacqueline is one of five guest-hosts at the high profile film industry mixer
The Red Light Lounge at Balthazar Restaurant.
March 14, 2003 - Jacqueline chairs the Leo Awards nominee jury for the Short Drama category.
The annual Leo Awards celebrate the achievements of individuals in the BC film and TV industry and take
place this year on May 9 and 10, 2003.
March 9, 2003 - Jacqueline speaks on Guerrilla Filmmaking at Vancouver's "Sistahood Celebration."
March 2, 2003 - Jacqueline acts as Moderator for the reading of Ric Bearsto's feature screenplay
The Last Laugh at the Alibi Unplugged Script Reading Series at the Arts Club Theatre Revue on Granville
March 1, 2003 - Jacqueline introduces the Women in Film segment of the Spotlight Awards Gala
(hosted by the fabulous Amanda Tapping and co-sponsored by WIFVV and Wired Woman Society) and presents
the Wayne Black Service Award to Shelley Gillen of Movie Central.
February 27, 2003 - Jacqueline appears "live" on Breakfast
Television on CityTV between 7am and 9am, hosted by Fiona Forbes and Michael Eckford to talk about
women in the entertainment industry and the upcoming WIFVV Spotlight Awards Gala. Tune in!
February 14-22, 2003 - Jacqueline joins other jury members voting on films in competition
at the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival www.vimff.org,
then she presents the Jury's Award at the Closing Ceremonies
January, 2003 - Jacqueline's short film project 50 Questions is short-listed for the
prestigious National Screen Institute ZeD Drama Prize. Jacqueline is one of fifteen semi-finalists from
a nationwide call for submissions. 5 out of 15 national semi-finalists will win funding, services and
mentorship for shooting their shorts, and a broadcasting license with CBC. www.nsi-canada.ca/dramaprize.