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WILDsound FEEDBACK
Film Festival
August 2007 Event

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WILDsound Feedback Film Festivals are held every month at Toronto's National Film Board Cinema (150 John Street in the Entertainment District in downtown Toronto).

A Monthly Toronto Film Festival!

Here's the line-up for Tuesday, 14 August 2007. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

The event's moderator is LIAM LACEY, film critic for the Globe and Mail and also seen each week in Entertainment Weekly!

The host for the evening will be WES BERGER

Be a part of the most unique Film Festival in the world where the audience is the main character of the evening. After the films are screened, a full discussion of the films is lead by the moderator. This is a positive, creative night where the audience will leave inspired by the films and the discussion!

Have a film you want screened? SUBMIT NOW to our Festival


FIRST HALF PROGRAM

THE MAGIC PROJECTOR
Canada, Animation, 15 min.
directed by Christopher Walsh

It’s 1935, and not much happens in young Quinn’s tiny Canadian village. But that all changes one fine spring day, when the movies come to town.






THE OATES VALOR
US, Comedy, 15 min.
directed by Tim Thaddeus Cahill

Fourth Chair Trombonist, Boyson Oates, flees home after several failed attempts to appease his father's militant demands.







BOXES
US, Student/Animation, 4 min.
directed by Kataneh Vahdani

Five characters, all with different ages and different shapes arrive every day at the bus stop, waiting all day.








OCCUPIED
Austria, Suspense, 9 min.
directed by Christian Filek

She has smuggled everything she needs aboard. Nobody saw or noticed anything. So go! – All moves have been carefully studied. The goal clearly within reach. Let the mission begin…





THE BLACKSMITH AND THE CARPENTER
US, Comedy, 11 min.
directed by Chris Redish

Ishmael, a clueless, womanizing blacksmith, has no idea who his neighbor Jesus, the carpenter, really is. When Ishmael realizes he has agreed to make the nails for Jesus' cross, he must find a way out of his predicament.







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. BUT IT'S YOU THE AUDIENCE WHO ARE THE MAIN CHARACTERS OF THIS EVENT.

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

SECOND HALF PROGRAM

THE CONDUCTOR
Canada, Drama, 18 min.
directed by Simon Brothers

Victor Emerson is aging; he has conducted the same orchestra in the same concert hall for over twenty years. When Blair Edwards, concert hall owner, begins to bring in younger, youthful conductors, Victor feels threatened.




SWEET TOOTH
Canada, Comedy, 5 min.
directed by Marc Roussel

Old pals Martin and Lee discuss the ups and downs of affordable housing in this tale paranoid vengence from beyond the grave.







MOTH TO LIGHT
US, Thriller, 9 min.
directed by Elizabeth Stricker

Through a dark and tense atmosphere twists the tale of Muriel. Caught between the domesticated world of her mother and a dark and luring force in the garden, she contemplates what to do with the baby her mother dotes on and whose origins are unknown.



THE BICYCLE
CAN, DOCUMENTARY, 14 min.
directed by Katerina Cizek

Pax Chingawale pedals his bicycle over 20km a day in search of the abandoned and the ill while monitoring the progress of those whose lives are being saved by ARVs (Anti Retro-Virals), a life-extending drug treatment.

We are saddened to say that Pax, the main character of this story, passed away the week of July 23/07 in a traffic accident riding his bike.


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