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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...

NSI Online Short Film Festival lineup of 30 canadian shorts

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The National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) announces its newest film lineup for the NSI Online Short Film Festival, with over 30 short films from Canadian filmmakers rolling out on the NSI website over the next few months. The festival now has over 100 Canadian short films playing in its "Now Showing" and "Archives".The NSI Online Short Film Festival is a quality, year-round, 100% Canadian online film festival. New films are added to the NSI website weekly. All NSI website content can be acc...

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.

IFCT Fest : High Tech under the snow

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International Festival for Cinema and Technology began its 4-day run in the screening room of New York’s Remote Lounge last Saturday. The Remote Lounge is the futuristic East Village bar that is scattered with 50 some odd mini video cams and microphones. Patrons can sit down at control station tables and edit their own live reality t.v. show by flicking between cameras and even tele-flirt with someone in another part of the bar. On face of it, this would seem to be the perfect venue for a fest...
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