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The members of the Jury - FNC

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AWARDS AND JURY 2012 Sélection internationale Louve d’or presented by Quebecor  Best feature film in the International Sélection ($15,000 cash from Québecor) Prix d’interprétation Best actor or actress in a feature film in the International Sélection Prix de l’AQCC (Association québécoise des critiques de cinéma) Best feature in the International Sélection Prix de l’innovation - Daniel L...

Vikas Kohli of FatLabs to receive special recognition at the ReelWorld Film Festival

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  Vikas Kohli of FatLabs will be the first to receive the coveted Trailblazer Award from the ReelWorld Film Festival for his work solely as a film composer and music producer. It's been an adventure over the past year, with several of the films Kohli has composed for receiving awards and it seems fitting that now the composer himself will be recognized for his tireless contributions to the arts. It is...

RAINS OF BLOOD : THE FATE OF DOMINICAN REPUBLIC`s MIRABAL SISTERS

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Tribute to Mirabal sisters:Photo by Alain ROBERT RAINS OF BLOOD : The Fate of Dominican Republic`s MIRABAL Sisters PATRIA, MINERVA, MARIA TERESA : How did three graceful sisters in their twenties, from a good family, happy housewives and moms, end up savageously bludgeoned and strangled to death, and dumped down a ravine in the idyllic countryside of this tiny Caribbean country, the Dominican Republic, in a mock car accident, some fifty years ago on November 25th, 1960 ...

Toronto Film Festival Moves Downtown

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  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...

The Auction

Director: Gloria U. Y. Kim.
It's Christmas in Toronto, 1978. Eight-year-old Meehee Park longs for two things: to make her mother happy and to get a Cindy doll from Santa. But she soon realizes that Santa isn't real and her parents are struggling to make ends meet. This distresses Meehee to no end, that is until one fateful day when she comes across a neighbourhood auction that will pit her two greatest desires, leaving Meehee to choose between dreams of the past and fitting in with the present.

Updated Call for Submissions and Information

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – U of T Film FestivalThe University of Toronto Film Festival seeks the following:- short films, videos and animations of any length, genreand topic- super 8 films under 3-minutes- ‘shitty films’ for our annual Shitty Film Contest- installation art, including site-specific proposals- photographic installations- films and videos of any length that address social justiceissues, especially social entrepreneurship – innovative solutions to socialproblems. The deadline f...

Party with Atom Egoyan*

This was one great party with some of my warm-hearted Armenian friends (including my alma mater University of Toronto colleague), Atom EGOYAN, in centre, at Cannes Film festival last year ! Arman Tadevosyan is the one poking his head on the right. Helen

Reelpolitik: Understanding The World Through Film

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This unique festival showcases outstanding political films that address issues of global concern. Genres include feature, documentary, animation, and experimental film. Screenings are accompanied by expert panel discussions. www.utoronto.ca/mcis/reel

University Of Toronto Film Festival

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The University of Toronto Film Festival is devoted to showing the best student-made movies from the U of T and other schools across Canada but we will consider anything. We screen mainly shorts and the occasional feature from prominent U of T alumni.

2008 CMJ Music Marathon College Radio Awards Ceremony Photos

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By Maria Esteves - December 30, 2008 The 28th Annual CMJ Music Marathon & Film Festival 2008 (CMJ08), College Radio Awards ceremony was held at New York University Eisner & Lubin Auditorium, Thursday, October 23, 3:45 P.M. The ceremony honored America's best DJs, producers, promoters, remixers, radio shows, and podcasts in college radio. CMJ08 five-time College Radio Award winner (Most Groundbreaking, BestPodcast, Biggest Asset To The Community, Station Of The Year, Most Li...

2008 CMJ Music Marathon College Radio Awards Ceremony

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By Maria Esteves - December 30, 2008  The 28th Annual CMJ Music Marathon & Film Festival 2008 (CMJ08), College Radio Awards ceremony was held at New York University Eisner & Lubin Auditorium, Thursday, October 23, 3:45 P.M. The ceremony honored America's best DJs, producers, promoters, remixers, radio shows, and podcasts in college radio. This year's ceremony included 23 awards. A combination of award prizes from Zune, Gibson, Insound, Ghost-Town Studios, piphone, and Western A...

Berlinale Keynotes to Discuss Future Issues of the Film Industry

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Berlinale Keynotes to Discuss Future Issues of the Film Industry for the Second Time.“This is the biggest change to movies since the invention of the full-length feature film. Those that understand this transformation can be winners and those who don’t will fall behind,” says Don Tapscott, one of the leading authorities on digital economy, in describing the film industry’s current situation in view of the rapid advances in the media. Tapscott – professor at the University of Toronto, C...

Berlinale Keynotes to Discuss Future Issues of the Film Industry for the Second Time

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“This is the biggest change to movies since the invention of the full-length feature film. Those that understand this transformation can be winners and those who don’t will fall behind,” says Don Tapscott, one of the leading authorities on digital economy, in describing the film industry’s current situation in view of the rapid advances in the media. Tapscott – professor at the University of Toronto, CEO of the business innovation company New Paradigm and bestselling author (Wikinomics...

Toronto 30th anniversary it's a warp

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With a total of 335 films (including 109 world and 78 North American premieres), from 52 countries, screened over 10 days, the 30th Toronto International Film Festival wrapped on Saturday, September 17 with an awards cocktail at the Hilton Hotel Toronto. PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDThe People’s Choice Award is voted on by Festival audiences – known worldwide for their enthusiasm and love of cinema. The 2005 award goes to Gavin Hood's TSOTSI (UK/South Africa), based on the novel by Athol Fugard and ...

Atlantic film fest jury is split in 2 groups

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The 24th Atlantic Film Festival (AFF) announced today that Brett Hendrie, Michael Melski and Stephen Reynolds have been selected for the Atlantic Jury and Charles Bishop, Duncan Hall and Paul Quinn have been selected for the Canadian Jury for this year’s Festival, September 17-25, 2004. The Atlantic Jury chooses 11 Atlantic awards while the Canadian Jury chooses two awards.“We made the decision to divide the jury into two this year because the intensive jury process for such a large program...
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