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WILDsound Feedback Film Festival February 2007 Event

WILDsound Feedback Film Festivals are held every month at Toronto's National Film Board (140 John Street, Toronto). Here's the line-up for Wednesday 21th February 2007 at 7pm:

CLICK HERE to watch the Highlight Video and Feedback Moderation of the Films for this event.

  • STILL LIFE (7m, CAN, Thriller) dir. Jon Knautz
  • SET YOUR ALARMS (6m, CAN, Poem) dir. Jason Gilmore
  • CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS FILM
  • ROBOTA (10m, CAN, Animation) dir. Marc Beurteaux
  • PURPLE LIPSTICK (8m, CAN, Experimental) dir. Heather Haley
  • FERTILE ATTRACTION (8m, CAN, Drama) dir. Alex Hatz
  • GOSHAWK (11m, CAN, Drama) dir. Michael Legedza
  • MY BACKYARD WAS A MOUNTIAN (24m, Puerto Rico, Drama) dir. Adam Schlachter
  • THE SHOVEL (15m, US, Drama) dir. Nick Childs
  • MENIERE'S DISEASE (3m, US, Drama) dir. Jason Williams
  • BUS KONG (2m, UK, Animation) dir. Ed Hartwell
  • TWITCH (10m, US, Drama) dir. Leah Meyerhoff
  • THE WRIGHT STUFF 2 dir. Ford Austin and Scott Ingals
    CLICK HERE to watch the WRIGHT STUFF PART 1

    This month's feedback film festival will be hosted by John Moore, radio and tv host.

    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.

    Buy $10 advance tickets for the next screening by clicking the Paypal button below.

    Click here for what's coming up for our March event.


    Film Details


    THE SHOVEL by Nick Childs starring David Strathairn (We Are Marshall, Good Night, and Good Luck)
    VIEW TRAILER HERE

    When weekender Paul Mullin discovers his neighbor digging a hole in the middle of the night, he writes it off simply as a bizarre encounter... until the neighbor and his cheating wife both disappear. Worried he's stumbled onto more than he bargained for, Paul calls on the local sheriff to help unearth the truth. And finds out that, in this small town, some secrets are better left buried.


    ROBOTA by Marc Beurteaux

    ROBOTA is a stop-motion animated film done entirely in Lego and Mega-blok bricks. Set in a decayed Lego underworld, ROBOTA tells the bittersweet story of a homeless robot searching for a quick fix. ROBOTA took three years to complete and used over 40 000 pieces of Lego.


    GOSHAWK by Michael Lededza

    Ben Simon, desperate to finish a research paper on raptors, heads off into the woods in an attempt to videotape the Northern Goshawk, a very aggressive bird of prey. He spends a whole day hunting for the bird in the middle of a winter wonderland, only to come up empty handed. However, the next morning he awakes to the sound of someone running through the woods. He peaks out of his tent to the sight of a young woman getting brutally murdered by a disturbed maniac. When the killer leaves, Ben hears the mysterious caws of unseen birds, and it is as plain as day what they are saying to him -- that he cannot let the murderer get away ... no matter the cost.



    THE WRIGHT STUFF PART 2 by Ford Austin and Scott Ingals

    The Wright Brothers face a most oriental enemy? As the Evil Dr. Fu Man Chu and his henchmen fight to bring an end to the only thing that can stand in the way of his dastardly plan, The Wright Brothers.? With wire fighting, the introduction of a love interest, an old college roomate, and more of those beloved miniatures we're just figuring out those old tyme arm garters Wilbur and Orville sport are holding tons of amazing surprises up their sleeves!??

    CLICK HERE to watch the WRIGHT STUFF PART 1

    MY BACKYARD WAS A MOUNTIAN by Adam Schlatcher

    Told as the memory of an aging gentleman, this is the story of Adan, a Puerto Rican boy who has one day to find a home for his pet goat, Chivo, before his family relocates to New York City in the late 1950’s. While searching for a new owner for Chivo, Adan discovers the promise of first love with his childhood friend, Denise, whom he will also have to leave behind.


    STILL LIFE by Jon Knautz

    A pill-popping, over-caffeinated driver accidentally hits something. Panic-stricken, he seeks help in a strange and desolate town that offers very little in human kindness.



    PURPLE LIPSTICK by Heather Haley

    Purple is the colour of a fresh bruise. "Purple Lipstick" confronts the insidious nature of domestic violence through compelling juxtapositions. A disembodied female voice employs vivid language, absurdist against a backdrop of banality, images of *normal* family life. Numb in her isolation and still in her nurse's uniform, a wife and mother prepares dinner. The inherent terror of her homelife is invoked with excruciating tension. Its brutality can only be alluded to.


    MENIERE'S DISEASE by Jason Williams

    Meniere’s Disease: spin, fall, crawl, throw up, no rinsing, and then repeat. The project Meniere's Disease is a reflection of the disease that affects the inner ear. There is no cure that can help everyone affected by the disease. One potential fix is surgery. How many people want a doctor poking sharp objects in their head?


    BUS KONG by Ed Hartwell

    Winner of the Farewell Routemaster Film Challenge and winner of The South London Shorts Competition 2006 Award for Best Animated Short, commemorating the end of the London Routemaster bus commuter service, “Bus Kong” is an animation that exploits the iconography of the Routemaster, London and a certain giant ape movie, pitching our hero against a feral bendy-bus and an even more sinister foe…



    TWITCH by Leah Meyeroff

    Nominated for a Student Academy Award, Twitch portrays a young girl's irrational fear that her mother's disability is contagious. Her boyfriend, oblivious to her increasing hypochondria, only seems interested in her physically. Ultimately, she must learn to confront her fears and take care of herself.



    SET YOUR ALARMS by Jason Gilmore

    Born from the subconscious musings of those who ponder the nature of their own existence on a daily basis, Set Your Alarms poignantly directs the viewer to cut through the distractions of everyday life and ask the question: what’s the last thing I think about my life the moment before I go to sleep?

    CLICK HERE to view this film



    FERTILE ATTRACTION by Alex Hatz
    READ AT THE WILDsound READING SERIES, May 2005

    Two friends, desperate to get pregnant, unknowingly conspire to steal the same man’s sperm, using a turkey baster.

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