”From the heart of the hubbub of the Toronto International Film Festival, Cory Bowles is having some difficulty finding a quiet corner where he can talk about the premiere of his Halifax-shot feature Black Cop. […]

One year ago, Bowles was making the festival rounds with his short film version of Black Cop, a found-footage-style satire with the Twilight Zone twist of a vigilante responding to white civilians the same way black citizens are repeatedly treated by the hands of authority. The film’s immediate impact made a feature-length version a sure candidate for Telefilm’s 2016 Micro-Budget Production (TN: supported by the Talent Fund), and within months shooting ramped up around Halifax and Dartmouth, with Toronto actor Ronnie Rowe in the title role.”

Read the Chronicle Hereald article.

Black Cop won Best Director and Best Feature Film at the Atlantic International Film Festival.