Heebie Jeebies

Runtime: 75 min. | Recommended ages: 10+
They’re baaaack, and creepier than ever: Heebie Jeebies shorts! Join in on some bloody good fun with I’m A Vampire, as Jackie starts to suspect that there’s more to her pallor than her lockdown regime, and hmn, what’s really in her morning “beet” juice special blend? Meanwhile, find out what’s cooking with Oldboy’s Apples, a meticulously crafted felted stop motion that will clad your chills in wooly wonder while you shake at what it all means. Finally if you dare to discover what makes the (under)world go round, dive into the gorgeously icy, fire-glowing entrails of the spirit world in Oscar-longlisted ANGAKASUJAUJUK: The Shaman’s Apprentice, and learn what true bravery and wisdom are all about…once you dare to leave your fears behind. Full lineup to come…

Shorts in this lineup:

Oldboy’s Apples

A devil, a rat, and a white dog come together to reawaken the mystery of the hidden apple in this eerie stop-motion short.

I’m a Vampire

In and amongst the confusion created by the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, 8 year-old Jackie believes she is turning into a vampire.

Angakusajaujuq – The Shaman’s Apprentice

A young shaman must face her first test—a trip underground to visit Kannaaluk, The One Below, who holds the answers to why a community member has become ill.

6 Paws Under

A cemetary-dwelling cat is haunted by the ghost of its last mouse victim.

The Fall

Leafie is a plucky little maple leaf who loves to groove. But when their latest performance takes an unexpected turn, the harsh realities of the season come crashing down.

Danse Macabre

A tribute to the classic Disney short Skeleton Dance, Danse Macabre sees skeletons rise from the grave and frolic under the full moon.

The Devil Will Run

​​An anxious seven-year-old is convinced the Devil lives in a hole in his back yard.

Love is Just a Death Away

Life, love and death coexist in surprising ways in a landfill rife with quirky inhabitants.

Ghastly Fowl

A beautifully animated short story that offers both a stark countdown and the possibility of a new beginning.



Saturday, March 12th
SVA Theatre