Top 15: here we come!

Just got back from the live announcement at the AMC Dundas theater. Hella stoked to announce that Fantome has made it into the Cinecoup Top 15! This concludes the online voting portion of the competition. We just wanted to thank you all once again for being super awesome in giving us your support this past month. Stay tuned for the Top 5 announcement coming on May 26th at 9:00pm!



Fantome throws a spooky bash

Our party this week was a huge success! Thank you so much to everyone for coming out and to The Uproarious for putting on a killer show. We hope you had as much fun as we did. Here’s a picture from the night…for those who may otherwise not remember.

Much love,



Paper Frame takes Fantome to Vaughan

Fantome's director (Erica Orofino) & editor (Shane R. Preston) got the chance to discuss the project with the Vaughan Citizen this week. With Shane being a lifelong resident of Vaughan, we figured, what better way to spread the news of our project’s success and garner more communal support? You can check out the article below and please donate forget to vote for Fantome to stay in the Top 30!




Fantome makes Mississauga News

As some of you may know, Paper Frame has been hard at work lately with Fantome, a horror film which has been killing™ it in the Cinecoup Film Accelerator Challenge. Our project has been doing quite well so far, with our videos holding a spot in the Top 5 each week. This week, crew member and Mississauga resident, Abdul Malik, sat down with his local paper to talk about the experience thus far.

Please keep voting to secure our spot in the Top 60!


Paper Frame does Cinecoup!

The Cinecoup Film Accelerator competition is a relatively new program which allows indie filmmakers an outlet to develop and promote feature film projects in a competitive environment. It all starts with the trailer! Filmmakers are asked to make a one-minute trailer for their feature project and are then challenged with the task of making a new video each week to build hype and provide proof of concept. The competition previously churned out the successful Wolfcop and is a great way for young filmmakers to gain experience with pitching their films. The grand prize is $1,000,000 towards the production costs of the winning feature film.

Our film is called Fantome. Written and to be directed by Erica Orofino, it is the haunting ghost story of Arianne, a skeptical young woman living in a small town where religion and superstition are held in the highest regard. Upon returning from school in the big city, she finds her younger sister bedridden with an unexplainable illness. Over the course of her stay, her beliefs are called into question. The town knows she is haunted but Arianne continues to search for a scientific explanation. The deeper she looks, the more her past comes back to haunt her. Arianne soon learns that there are some things that science cannot explain.

You can check out the trailer below. Please donate forget to rate our content and vote for us on the designated vote days!


Stay tuned,