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Montreal World Film Festival launched with Million Dollar Crocodile...and 212 feature films

  212 feature films (110 world or international premieres)  16 medium length films (12 world or international premieres)  144 short films (94 world or international premieres)  60 films in the Canadian Student Film Festival   A Chinese film “Million Dollar Crocodile” for the opening                              ...

The Garden wins A&E Short Filmmakers Award in the NSI Online Short Film Festival

Mohawk language film Tsi Tkahehtayen (The Garden) wins A&E Short Filmmakers Award in the NSI Online Short Film Festival Winnipeg, MB – Mohawk language film Tsi Tkahehtayen (The Garden) is the latest winner of the $2,500 A&E Short Filmmakers Award in the NSI Online Short Film Festival. In Tsi Tkahehtayen three women, who desire things of the most primal nature, go to a mystical gardener for help but don't quite get what they bargained for. Tsi Tkahehtayen was written and d...

Toronto Film Festival Moves Downtown

  The 2010 edition of the Toronto International Film Festival, one of the most important events of the film calendar, is readying for a major move to downtown Toronto from its previous digs in the swanky Yorkville section. The new action is set on Queen Street and King Street West, a vital area of theaters, restaurants, bars and, not coincidentally, the newly opened TIFF Bell Lightbox, the Festival's main hq and the site of the Festival's year-round programs. While this does repre...

Canadian Black Film Festival opens tonight

CANADIAN BLACK FILM FESTIVAL OPENS TONIGHT With a double bill from 6.30pm including Delroy Kincaid and Who Are You Wearin'? (Powys Dewhurst) and The Tenant (Lucky Ejim) and M.K.Asante Jr's - The Black Candle   Screenings for this three-day extravaganza will take place at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) Ryerson University The National Film Board (NFB) ...

Canadian Black Film Festival ready tolaunch

In less than a week African- Canadian film makers will soon have a brand new home to showcase their works when the first annual Canadian Black Film Festival (CBFF) debuts in Toronto from September 25-27.   This historical event marks the only festival in Canada dedicated to celebrating the many works of African-Canadian or Diaspora Film Makers, which often go unseen in Canadian theatres.  With select films from around the globe and a strong first year focus on Canadian talent, showcasi...

Debut 2001

The Ryerson Film Graduating Class Presents: Debut 2001 – three spectacular nights of 28 films and 42 filmmakers. Come and harvest the fruits of four very successful years of film studies. Toronto, Bloor Cinema, May 10-12, 7pm.

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