Gavin Booth is a filmmaker hailing from Canada (Canadian film system Telefilm, OMDC approved creator). He works as a writer, director, producer and editor. Booth broke new filmmaking ground teaming up with producer, Jason Blum, (The Purge, Get Out) to create “Fifteen”, the world’s first movie broadcast live using Twitter’s Periscope App. He also directed “The Scarehouse” (NBC/Universal). The Scarehouse is available on streaming everywhere. Booth was recently nominated for two Video of the Year awards for Country Music.
Booth’s latest, "Last Call", is a split screen real-time feature film. No hidden cuts as the film plays out with two camera crews in different parts of a city, showing two sides of a story unfold in real-time. Last Call is currently receiving outstanding praise on the festival circuit. “Every once in a while a movie can strike an emotional chord so strongly it cannot…. and will not be ignored. Last Call is one of those movies.”
Booth has worked with some of the top entertainers in the music industry including music videos and documentary projects for SYML, Third Eye Blind, Vanessa Carlton and more. Gavin has created music videos for over 80 artists.
"Last Call" Trailer
"Last Call" Reviews
"Last Call" Making a real time feature
"Don't tell me that" Clip
"It scares me" Clip
"Last Call" is an astounding film that takes viewers through a prodigious amount of emotions. From the filming in split screen to the phenomenal performances of the actors, "Last Call" is undeniably a film that stays with you long after it's over". ---The Indie's Nest
“Last Call is a rare gem. The camera work, the acting, the stirring score by Adrian Ellis, it is rare that all these elements work in perfect concert, as it does with Last Call.”
"With grueling performances, textured writing, and a modest approach to its high concept, “Last Call” makes for a tense—and deeply involving watch."
“Few among the recent spate of suicide media, like Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why and Bradley Cooper’s A Star is Born are as immediate and powerful as Gavin Michael Booth’s Last Call”
“Every once in a while a movie can strike an emotional chord so strongly it cannot…. and will not be ignored. Last Call is one of those movies."