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WILDsound TORONTO Film Festival
December 20th SHORTS Lineup

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

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, lead by our Guest Industry Moderator. 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.

A very special evening as this is
WILDsound's INTERNATIONAL Showcase night!

Featuring the best of short films from SWEDEN, UNITED KINGDOM, NETHERLANDS, PUERTO RICO, SPAIN, FRANCE, GERMANY and CANADA

This month's MODERATOR is JASON ANDERSON, Eye Magazine Film Critic. (listen to his PODCAST interview now!)

The event will be Hosted by Matthew Toffolo

CLICK HERE for details of the Short Screenplay Reading Event on Friday December 19th

Here's the line-up for Saturday, 20 December 2008. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.. Event starts at 7:00pm SHARP


FIRST HALF PROGRAM


helpimageTHE LAST THINGS
Sweden 20min, Drama
Directed by Levan Akin

In the blink of an eye everything can change and life as you know it will never be the same again.

A story about friendship and loss. And about life in the deep sea



helpimageINNER MASK
Canada, 11min, Experimental
Directed by Krystina Inokai

Normally, when we speak of putting on a mask, we are speaking in terms of the externalized 'self' and yet 90% of what we are actually projecting - and what is being witnessed - is subconscious.

With the use of larval masks, 'Inner Mask' conveys and explores this paradox.


helpimageSOME TRUTHS ARE INTOLERABLE
UK 11min, Documentary
Directed by Andy Moody

Organ harvesting, brutal torture, brainwashing, extortion, propaganda campaigns. Many thousands dead. Hundreds of thousands used as slave labour in concentration camps. A global network of spies, deception and political pressure must be overcome...

What exactly is the intolerable truth?


Love BirdSEVEN YEARS OF OBSERVATION
Netherlands 3min, Music Video
Directed by Dick Verdult

A Music Video for the music of Lucky Fonz III. Must see groundbreaking video.

the city is too big
these people are too small
whatever their thoughts
it don't matter at all


helpimageTHE ELEVATOR
Canada, 1min, Comedy
Written by Jane Moffat

An office worker provided unintentional entertainment to the cleaning crew.

WILDsound ONE PAGE SCREENPLAY Winner!! PREMIERE SHOWCASE

WATCH NOW the reading of the screening at WILDsound's Screenplay Event


BUY TICKETS IN ADVANCE:

WILDsound Feedback Toronto Film Festival gives audience members a chance to share their comments with the filmmakers in a moderated forum right after the screening. YOU THE AUDIENCE WHO ARE THE MAIN CHARACTERS OF THIS EVENT.

Buy your 3-Day Festival Pass for $15 in advance by using the green button below. Individual film festival tickets are available at the door for $10 on the day of the event.


SECOND HALF PROGRAM


helpimageLE TRAC
Puerto Rico/Spain, 13min, Docu-Drama
Directed by Alejandro Alvarez

Based on the director's personal experience, Le Trac is an intimate look at how a world class ballet dancer prepares psychologically and emotionally the day of a performance.




helpimageMIND GAMES
Canada, 17min, Fantasy/Student Film
Directed by Kiran Singh

Mindgames is a fantasy/comedy about a young man named Kaleem. Kaleem has been plagued by intense headaches at work. He seeks the help of Swami Hadji, a mystical healer who takes him on a journey into his mind.



helpimageLA CHAMBRE DE MOTEL
France, 10min. Drama
Directed by Christopher Dimitrov

After an awkward college student asks his attractive classmate to help him with his video 101 project, fashioned after the Chris Marker film La Jetee, the pair are forced to work together in the close quarters of a motel room. Sexual tension builds...



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Germany, 1min, Horror
Directed by Jakob Thomsen

In a society fueled by caffeine, where lack of coffee is fatal,the Emergency Coffee Supply is your last chance when running out of the black life elixir. Accompany the ECS on a typical assignment.




helpimageTHE BARBER OF KIGALI
Canada, 7min, Drama
Directed by James Cohen

The Barber of Kigali is about a Rwandan barber who must decide whether to kill or not to kill his next client, the dreaded Colonel who murdered his father fourteen years ago in the Genocide.

CLICK HERE and listen to a PODCAST interview with the Director


helpimageCELLAR
7min, Drama
Directed by Jon Pottins

A man locked in a cellar without exit, struggles to remember who he is when he hears from a mysterious stranger on the other side of the wall.

CLICK HERE and listen to a PODCAST interview with the star of CELLAR, Ron Basch


BUY TICKETS IN ADVANCE:

WILDsound Feedback Toronto Film Festival gives audience members a chance to share their comments with the filmmakers in a moderated forum right after the screening. YOU THE AUDIENCE WHO ARE THE MAIN CHARACTERS OF THIS EVENT.

Buy your 3-Day Festival Pass for $15 in advance by using the green button below. Individual film festival tickets are available at the door for $10 on the day of the event.

Toronto Film Festival


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