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WILDsound TORONTO Film Festival
Saturday February 27th SHORTS Lineup
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THIS IS WILDsound's SECOND EVENT of 2010. So we are giving everyone a
FREE ticket to this amazing lineup of short films from all over the world.
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WILDsound's SHORT Toronto Film Festival is held every month at Toronto's National Film Board Cinema (150 John Street in the Entertainment District in downtown Toronto).
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CLICK HERE and submit your Short or Feature Film to our future Monthly events.

A Monthly Toronto Film Festival! The Fastest Growing Short Film Festival in the World!

Be a part of the only festival in the world where the AUDIENCE is the main character of the night. A full Q&A session after the films are screened is the highlight of this event.

This is the viewers' chance to state their opinions on what they felt about the movie and for the filmmaker to get feedback on their work.

Featuring the TRAGIC COMEDY FESTIVAL - Films from Germany, India, United States and Canada

Here's the line-up for Saturday, 27 February 2010.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.. Event starts at 7:00pm SHARP


Event runs from 7pm to 9pm not including the 3rd act bonus film if you're still eager to watch more shorts! “Feel free to use a PDF to word converter in order to print out the program to have something to help you keep track.”

FULL BAR MENU AT EVENT (have a drink and watch some films)


FIRST HALF PROGRAM


MEATWAFFLEMEATWAFFLE
US, 8min, Animation, Comedy
Directed by Leah Shore

2010 SUNDANCE Film Festival Winner

An old man recalling his strange and bizarre memories. Made at the Rhode Island School of Design using pixellation, stop-motion and traditional hand-drawn animation.


THREE FIFTYTHREE FIFTY
US, 8min, Comedy
Directed by Maurice Chauvet

THREE-FIFTY is the story of a man who tries to weasel out of his late fees at the local video store, only to discover the video store’s database has access to intimate details of his past and his future.




CUBEDCUBED
CAN, 11min., Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
Directed by Lisa Virtue

Crushed by life in "cubicle city". Water barely survives work on coffee and pills. Her new, lighthearted cube neighbour only seems to make matters worse.






SECOND HALF PROGRAM


DON'T BE LATEDON'T BE LATE
Germany, 1min, Comedy, Action
Directed by Jakob Thomsen

"A call. A destination. An ultimatum."







ANATOMY OF A KISSANATOMY OF A KISS
CAN, 1min., Drama, Experimental
Directed by Justina Szecsi

The exploration of a single kiss and how perspective can change its meaning.






Apollo Bunder, Mumbai -1APOLLO BUNDER, MUMBAI - 1
India, 25min, Drama
Directed by Naren Multani

On 26/11/2008, a group of terrorists attacked 5 star hotels and tourist spots in Mumbai, India, unleashing terror of a new kind. For 4 days, the city fought back. Some survived the attacks, miraculously. And then, there were those who perished, perhaps caught in the butterfly effect of negative thought and negative action.


3rd ACT BONUS PROGRAM
Choose the best CUT!

TRAGEDYTRAGEDY
CAN, Thriller
Directed by Thierry Loa

A short obscure film about tragedy, someone in trouble and you as the observer.

CHOOSE YOUR FAVORITE VERSION: Two versions of this film will be screened. The victim version (4min), and the stranger version (6min). Audience votes for best version.





Toronto Film Festival 2010 FEBRUARY FILM FESTIVAL


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