*Online Premiere* On a cold beach amongst a series of art installation pieces, a young man struggles to redeem himself by making a film about his father's work. From Toronto, Canada comes “Beginning to End,” a hybrid documentary toggling between meta exploration of the filmmaking process, post-breakup relationship blues drama, and art installation profile. Martin is a young filmmaker prone to procrastination and self-doubt. After breaking up with a long-time girlfriend, he throws himself into a documentary project about Toronto’s Winter Stations — large scale art pieces covering lifeguard stations, aided by Martin’s father — but he’s not sure what kind of film he wants to make. Lost in his head and lacking direction, Martin finally becomes motivated by the prospect of social media likes and critical acclaim. But then, of course, he’s hit with more obstacles like a competing documentary being made about the same subject. For all of its self-doubt, rendered in vivid detail, the film by Paul Johnston goes down easy, a beautifully-shot and sharply edited tale full of ideas and amusing self-awareness. Written & Directed By Paul Johnston. Starring Alex Gladwell, Naomi Skwarna, and Alan Johnston. Directory of Photography: Jordan Kennington. Editor: Lindsay Allikas. Producer: Simon Mohos. Assistant Camera: Lucas Jospeh. Location Sound: Samuel Rodgers. Color: Zach Cox. Sound Mix: SNDWRX.