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Cellar Door Film Festival


Cellar Door Film Festival (CDFF) is Ottawa’s first showcase of speculative cinema, which celebrates the creativity of the Ottawa film scene and spotlights the city as a setting for the sinister and supernatural. CDFF encourages film culture, education, and production in Ottawa by promoting the creation, screening, and distribution of local, national and international films in the Nation’s capital.

Nov. 5-7, 2015| Showcasing independent films made within the speculative genres | Screening the strange & unusual.

 

Website: cdff.ca | Faebook: /CellarDoorFF | Twitter: @ CellarDoorFF


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'Dys-' and 'The Cold Heart' Win Audience Awards at Cellar Door Film Festival!

 

Dys- and The Cold Heart win Audience Awards at 2014 Cellar Door Film Festival!

Films triumph as audience favourites in CDFF’s inaugural year

 

OTTAWA, ON – Nov. 12, 2014 –   After an enthusiastic first season, Ottawa’s Cellar Door Film Festival (CDFF) is pleased to announce the two Audience Award winners for CDFF 2014. Dys-, directed by Maude Michaud, wins the Audience Award for Best Feature Film at CDFF ‘14 while The Cold Heart (Das Kalte Herz), directed by Hannes Rall, emerges with the Audience Award for Best Short Film. The selection of the Canadian horror film Dys- and the German animated fable The Cold Heart makes an especially fine pair for Cellar Door’s celebration of both Canadian and international filmmakers and it showcases Ottawa’s appetite for a strong range of styles and stories.

Dys- screened at the festival to an engaged audience on Saturday night with Montreal director Maude Michaud in attendance along with actor Alex Goldrich, make-up effects artist Sébastien Montpetit, and sound operator Maxime Boileau. The Cold Heart screened in Cellar Door’s short film program “From the Basement of the World: So Cold and So Dark.” Both screenings enjoyed strong attendance at Club SAW. The Cellar Door team congratulates both films and thanks the filmmakers for making the inaugural edition of the festival such a success.

Cellar Door Film Festival would like to thank its Presenting Sponsors, the School for Studies in Art and Culture at Carleton University and the SPARTA Film Challenge, as well as its Supporting Sponsors, the Carleton University Alumni Association, GNA Heating and Cooling, The Haunted Walk of Ottawa, and Used Ottawa for making the festival a reality. Cellar Door also wishes to thank all the Friends of the Festival, volunteers, filmmakers, family members, and fans who came out to support the launch of Ottawa’s newest film festival. We hope to see you all behind the Cellar Door next year!

About Cellar Door Film Festival
Cellar Door Film Festival (CDFF) aims to be Ottawa's first showcase of speculative cinema (horror, sci-fi, and fantasy), while celebrating the creativity of the Ottawa film scene and spotlighting the city as a setting for the sinister and supernatural. CDFF encourages film culture, education, and production in Ottawa by promoting the creation, screening, and distribution of local, national and international films in the Nation’s capital.

 

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