Noon Gun tackles one of the most important issues facing North America today – the biased treatment of Black men by police. Exploring time and perspective, filmmaker Caley MacLennan tells a non-linear story of one dramatic incident experienced by several characters, each with their own unique take on what happened. To accomplish this (and to stay within his crowd-funded $10,000 cash budget), MacLennan and co-producer Jessica Brown used only local, non-union actors. From the stars to the music, from locations to on-set catering, Noon Gun is truly the product of an eclectic and vibrant community, where antiquated politics and hip multiculturalism paradoxically reside. Music: Ghettosocks “The Roof” & original composition by James McQuaid