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WILDsound Feedback Film Festival - April 2007 Event

WILDsound Feedback Film Festivals are held every month at Toronto's National Film Board (150 John Street, Toronto). Here's the line-up for Tuesday 24th April 2007 at 7pm:

April's Film Festival will be Moderated by Toronto Film Critic NORMAN WILNER

WATCH THE VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EVENT

FILM FESTIVAL LINEUP:

FAMILY PRACTICE, CAN, 9min, dir. Alan Powell

ONE UP, US, 8min, dir. Michael Field

MOMMY! MOMMY! THERE'S A MONSTER ON THE STAIRS, CAN, 4min, dir. Robert McCallum

THE KING OF SIAM, CAN, 23min, dir. Byron McKim

STRANGERS, US, 7min, dir. Ondrej Rudavsky

THE TRIBE, US, 15min, dir. Tiffany Shlain

FOSTER, UK, 9min, dir. Jonathan Newman

HALLEY'S COMET, CAN, 12min, dir. Cecilia Araneda

LAST NIGHT, US, 4min, dir. Jon Wolding

HAPPY NOW, CAN, 9min, dir. Brooks Hunter

THE WRIGHT STUFF PART 4, US, 6min, dir. Ford Austin, Scot Ingalls

CLICK HERE to read WILDsound's recent Interview with Ford Austin

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE FIRST THREE WRIGHT BROTHERS FILMS

Buy Tickets in Advance

Unlike other film festivals, the central idea of WILDsound Feedback Film Festivals is to give audience members a chance to share their comments and criticisms with the filmmakers in a moderated forum right after the screening, and to let filmmakers respond.



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FILM DETAILS

Family Practice


directed by Alan Powell

A scam artist gets the opportunity to reel in the biggest con of his life: his scheming mother and older brother

One Up

directed by Michael Field

The story of two lost souls and a fruit pie.

Mommy! Mommy! There's a Monster on the Stairs


directed by Robert McCallum

On his way to bed, Cameron (6) discovers the shadow of a terrible creature and takes matters into his own hands to protect his family and himself.

The King of Siam


directed by Byron McKim

“The King of Siam” is a father and son drama that takes place at a local horse track. The day is an important step forward in the father and son bonding experience, but as the day progresses the son finds out the truth about his father and a day at the races becomes a race of emotions with a heartbreaking ending for the son.

Strangers


directed by Ondrej Rudavsky

A funny grotesque about two strangers.

The Tribe

directed by Tiffany Shlain
and Narrated by Peter Coyote (Bitter Moon, Erin Brockovich)

What can the most successful doll on the planet show us about being Jewish today? Narrated by Peter Coyote, the film mixes old school narration with a new school visual style. The Tribe weaves together archival footage, graphics, animation, Barbie dioramas, and slam poetry to take audiences on an electric ride through the complex history of both the Barbie doll and the Jewish people- from Biblical times to present day. By tracing Barbie's history, the film sheds light on what it means to be an American Jew in the 21st Century.

Foster


directed by Jonathan Newman

Seven year old foster child Zach has been waiting his whole life for a mom and dad. This charming film has won multiple awards and features a magical performance from 7 year old Preston Nyman

Halley's Comet

directed by Cecilia Araneda

A woman recalls a dying childhood friend's dream to watch Halley's comet pass by the Earth.

“Halley's Comet” is the 3rd in a triptych of short films titled “She: Nameless & Separate” and represents connection.

Last Night


directed by Jon Wolding

Happy Now

directed by Brooks Hunter

Death, torture, and pain are all worth the price of medical testing for the hottest newantidepressant on the market, Zexler’s “Happy Now.” When patient, LanceCampbell, enters their evil clutches, he is thrown through a slew of abusive andhorrific experiments. Now Lance must risk everything to escape and becomesociety’s only hope in knowing the truth behind this world renowned company!

The Wright Stuff Part 4


directed by Ford Austin and Scott Ingalls

When Orville and Wilbur match wits and aircraft with a mad bomber, Wilbur comes face to face with his past as Orville struggles to survive!

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE FIRST THREE WRIGHT BROTHERS FILMS

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