Film Credits to date:
2019 ~ Where There's Tea There's Hope
A short film written, directed, and produced by Lorne Warr for NIFCO's first time film program.
Winner of the AltFF Alternative Film Festival's Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy Short for Spring 2020.
Winner of the 2020 Continental Film Festival's Outstanding Achievement Award - Actor - Stephen Lush.
2018 ~ Spirits of the Temple
Directors: NIFCO Introduction to Documentary Film Making Class, Summer 2017
Lorne's role was scoring, voice over, editing, writing
Run time: 9 mins
2018 ~ Callback
Director/Writer/Producer: Nicholas Noseworthy
Lorne Warr, Composer/Scoring
2018 ~ Amelia Earhart: A Woman in Pants
Run time: 22 min 40 sec
Writer/Director: Lorne Warr
Producer: Genevieve McCorquodale
Voice Over, Scoring, Editing: Lorne Warr
River of Fire
Director/Writer/Producer: Andrea Cass
Lorne Warr, composed two pieces of music for this documentary
Although “Where There's Tea There's Hope” marks Lorne Warr's directorial debut as a narrative filmmaker, he's been well ensconced in the creative arts for most of his life. Several of his radio plays were produced by the Canadian Broadcasting Company, including the Gabriel Award winning "The Lark Ascending”.
With his interest in the last few years shifting towards film, he began collaborating on several documentaries, as well as contributing voice over and musical compositions to a number of local projects. Lorne was pleased when the Newfoundland Independent Filmmakers Cooperative (NIFCO) approved him for their First Time Filmmaker’s Program, as this allowed him to take the helm as director/producer, while the talented cast and crew brought his script to life.
Where There's Tea There's Hope