IMAC has chosen Adam Perry’s feature film proposal A Small Fortune as this year’s IMAC recommended submission to the Telefilm Microbudget Program. It will be juried along with 30 other film submissions from across Canada. Should Perry be selected he will be granted $120 000 to make his feature film A Small Fortune. The film follows Irish moss farmer Kevin Doucette who discovers a bag of money in the water off the banks of Prince Edward Island. His life is turned around. His pregnant girlfriend, Sam, thinks it’s a blessing until a body washes up on shore and the local police begin an investigation. As they decide what side of the law to tread, tensions rise when an amateur crook begins a hunt for the missing money. Before long, Kevin and Sam find themselves in the middle of a deadly chase. Perry is no stranger to film making. In 2007 he and Jeremy Larter created 2 seasons Profile PEI, a comedy series that follows the misadventures of a wannabe script writer. In 2009 Perry completed his second web series, Jiggers, a dramedy that tells the story of a slow-footed step dancer and a rapper. Perry has also been involved in culinary projects with Chef Michael Smith. Most recently he traveled the globe to film his latest web series, Lentil Hunter. Perry is currently developing a number of feature length films. As writer/director on this project he has enlisted the talents of PEI filmmakers Jenna MacMillan and Jason Arsenault as the film’s producers.