Synopsis: A homeless man is shot dead by police. The police chief exonerates the officers. An eyewitness doubts the official report and in her capacity as a Special Investigator does her own investigation. Using cell phone and CCTV evidence footage she pieces together the story. But when she deciphers the audio, she uncovers a tragedy.
Dwain Murphy (Homeless Man)
Andre Sills (Senior Police Officer)
Fraser Elsdon (Junior Police Officer)
Martha Burns (Police Chief)
Sonya Di Rienzo
I love thrillers, I love sound, I love human stories. Loosely based on a real police-shooting in Toronto, “Tuesday 10:08AM” combines all these elements. It’s a film where sound is the key to the storytelling, and where one person connects more deeply to a stranger.
JANE TATTERSALL is a creative film professional known for her award-winning sound work as well as her interest in filmmaking. “Tuesday 10:08AM”, co-directed with Thomas Pepper, won 2017 DGC Award for best short film. Her first short “Hot Water” won the inaugural TIFF Talent Lab Emerging Filmmaker competition in 2010.
DGC Awards - Canada - 2017
Best Short Film (Jane Tattersall and Thomas Pepper)
Fort Myers Film Festival - United States - 2017
Canadian Film Fest - Canada - 2017
WIFT-T Showcase - Canada - 2017