We are proud to announce the selection of short films that we will screen at the festival on Thursday July 28th. Our home is The Carlton Cinemas, located in the heart of downtown Toronto at 20 Carlton Street.
Continuing to showcase the best of short films from around the world, while maintaining our audience feedback format moderated by Matthew Toffolo. Showcasing a festival every single month in 2016!
Here is the lineup of films. Full details to come by July 1st.
STEPHEN THE TIME TRAVELLING DOG, 3min, UK, Comedy/Fantasy
Directed by Kyran Davies
HOWELL, 4min, UK, Horror/Comedy
Directed by Leon Williams
Howell is attending a supporters group meeting, along with others that share his condition. He has many issues…but he is trying his best to find himself.
PEOPLE OF NOWHERE, 2min, Israel, Documentary/Music Video
Directed by Lior Sperandeo
Music Video about the wave of Syrian refugees who try to make their way into Europe.
CRE-AZIONI, 5min, USA, Drama/Experimental
Directed by Elena Vannoni
A film about women and time.
WALK, 1min, Netherlands, Dance/Experimental
Directed by Nicola Balhuizen Hepp
One man’s fear of the relentless aging process and how death catches up with us all.
LUNCH, 2min, UK, Experimental/Music Video
Directed by Matthew Fletcher
From the dawn of Homo Sapiens we’ve been eating it, and we will continue to eat it… until it’s redundant. Take a journey through space-time and be aware of the 3D spatially dynamic soundtrack.
I LIKE YOU, 2min, Italy, Drama/Romance
Directed by Vito D’Agostino
A child falls in love with a girl, he is at an age where he does not know what love is, but he tries to explain what he feels with his heart.
DREAMS OR DEMONS, 3min, Denmark, Drama/Life
Directed by Lisa Svelmøe
A woman liberates herself from her strive for the perfect body
DRAGON DREAMING, 5min, Australia, Documentary
Directed by Daniel Clarke, Amy Pysden
Meet Kushia Young. She can’t hear you. But she can draw you a mystical character in under 10 minutes. This profoundly deaf 20-year-old artist from the remote APY Lands is being recognised for her unique contemporary indigenous drawings.
LOREN THE ROBOT BUTLER: TEACH ME HOW TO DOUGIE!, 3min, USA, Puppetry/Comedy
Directed by Paul McGinnis
Loren, a proper British robot and formally the head butler for a very wealthy family, has been replaced with a Roomba and stored in the basement. Now the kids program him to teach them stuff.