Posts Tagged ‘Toronto International Film Festival’

Hi-Ho Mistahey!

Feb. 14-16: Free Streaming of Alanis Obomsawin’s Hi-Ho Mistahey!

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Feb. 14-16: catch a free, web-only stream of this acclaimed doc on education advocacy for First Nations kids.

Road Movie

Road Movie: An interview with Elle Flanders

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*UPDATE (14 June. 2012)* After remarked appearances at TIFF and the Berlinale, Road Movie is hitting the Prairies. From July 6 to August 18, 2012, the film installation will be exhibited at Winnipeg’s prestigious Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art. The exhibition is free. Additionally, Road Movie co-creators Elle Flanders and Tamira Sawatzky will be more »

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Pink Ribbons, Inc. premieres at TIFF to a packed house

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Yesterday afternoon saw the world premiere of our feature documentary, Pink Ribbons, Inc. at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film probes into the world of cause-marketing and breast cancer in an attempt to get people to think critically about what is involved in corporate fundraising and how the money is being spent. It offers more »

Sorry, Rabbi

Sorry, Rabbi selected at TIFF

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It is official, Sorry, Rabbi, a comedy short by Mark Slutsky will have its world premiere at TIFF. This is cool for a number of reasons, of which I will list 9: 1- The film is set in Montreal’s Mile-End neighbourhood, which looks oh-so darling in film. 2- The film tells the story of a more »

Sorry, Rabbi

Sorry, Rabbi selected at TIFF

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It is official, Sorry, Rabbi, a comedy short by Mark Slutsky will have its world premiere at TIFF. This is cool for a number of reasons, of which I will list 9: 1- The film is set in Montreal’s Mile-End neighbourhood, which looks oh-so darling in film. 2- The film tells the story of a more »

Three NFB films selected at TIFF

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The summer is drawing to a close and that means the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is just around the corner. One of the world’s most happening film festivals (film critic Roger Ebert once said that if Cannes remains the greatest, Toronto is more useful and important), TIFF will unfold September 9 to 19, 2010. Three hundred films more »

Toronto International Film Festival Spotlight

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This week is the opening of the Toronto International Film Festival. Not all of us are lucky enough to be there, but let’s take a look at what the NFB has playing: The Memories of Angels (La Mémoire des anges) by Luc Bourdon The Memories of Angels (Trailer) by Luc Bourdon, National Film Board of more »