FILM FESTIVAL – Thursday August 9th (Toronto)

The FEEDBACK Monthly Film Festival is back for 2018.. Our home is The Carlton Cinemas, located in the heart of downtown Toronto at 20 Carlton Street. The event runs from 7pm to 9:10pm.

Continuing to showcase the best of short films from around the world, while maintaining our audience feedback format moderated by Kierston Drier. Showcasing a festival twice a month in Toronto in 2018!

Tickets for 2018 are PAY WHAT YOU LIKE. Purchase your tickets online via Paypal or Credit Card. Tickets are first come first serve.  To obtain seats in advance and pick them up on the day of the event (come for FREE, or make a donation), please email us at festivalevent@wildsoundfestival.com and we’ll reserve seats for you.

THE GHOULIES, 5min., Australia, Drama/Crime
Directed by Harrison Lane

Two brothers have their relationship tested when 11 year old Cooper wants to become a part of his older brother’s gang.

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PERSONA, 2min., UK, Animation/Experimental
Directed by Thomas Donnelly

Persona is a metaphorical film which uses masks in order to depict the destructive nature of Communism in pre-Soviet Russia

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GIRL IN YELLOW, 3min., USA, Drama/Family
Directed by Christopher Tjajadi

A switch in perspective reveals that nothing is as it seems.

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BROTHERS, 5min., USA, Drama/Family
Directed by Randy Kerr

Set in the Pacific Northwest, three brothers find refuge and redemption from a troubled home through their love of fly fishing for steelhead and the enduring relationships they forge on the river.

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KCLOC, 3min., India, Documentary/Animation
Directed by Ninaad Kulkarni

KCLOC is a 3D animated documentary on people’s perceptions of time. A selection of brief interviews provide the voices for ten meticulously designed CGI clock characters, in a variety of real-world settings, as they respond to a single question: “What does time mean to you?”

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THE CORD, 5min., USA, Drama
Directed by Catherine L. Allard

Adam and his friends enter the house. The mood is going to turn cold. He is about to do something that will change everything. His mind is made up. He is ready to cut the cord.

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IN THROUGH THE NIGHT, 4min., Drama/Experimental 
Directed by Josiah Cuneo

By recalling a childhood story, a world of daydreams and longing unfold against a quiet backdrop of the quotidian.

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NOT THE SAME RIVER. NOT THE SAME MAN, 4min., Animation/Experimental
Directed by Michelle Brand

A fisherman takes his boat out on the river. While he and his surroundings are in a constant flow, the viewer observes the passing of time, watching everything go through movement and change. In an ever-flowing cycle, things come to be, change, evolve, and pass on….

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FIREFLIES, 3min., UK, Drama 
Directed by Aram Atkinson

Camping is a magical time for any child, but for this particular young girl and her father, it is an experience they’ll never forget. Fireflies is about the dedication and love of a father to his daughter, and the mysterious and magical things that can happen when you let your imagination run wild

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The event runs from 7pm to 9pm on Monday August 9, 2018

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Short Film: BROTHERS, 5min., USA, Drama/Family

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Set in the Pacific Northwest, three brothers find refuge and redemption from a troubled home through their love of fly fishing for steelhead and the enduring relationships they forge on the river.

News & Reviews

WINE AND EGGS Short Film – Audience Feedback from April Under 5min. Festival

 

WINE AND EGGS, 5min., Turkey, Drama
Directed by Sertac Bozkurt

A woman watches out the window of in the house. The excitement that she had when her husband’s knock the door shows us that days end would be different than other days.

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TRAIN Short Film – Audience Feedback from April Under 5min. Festival

TRAIN, 3min., Israel, Animation/Music Video
Directed by Sari Eran Herskovitz

“Rakevet” (meaning train in Hebrew), is a music video describing the relationship between a mother and her young child. The stop motion animation combines watercolors and cutouts to express the emotions and the rhythms of their world, flowing between concrete images and abstract forms. The song was created and performed by Sari and Moshe Herskovitz, the animator and her husband, as part of their debut album released in 2016.

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ORNAMENT OF BEAUTY Short Film – Audience Feedback from April Under 5min. Festival

ORNAMENT OF BEAUTY, USA, Thriller/Fantasy
Directed by Andy Fortenbacher

A beautiful maiden is forced to confront the slanderous voices that torment her from the shadows.

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MILE Short Film – Audience Feedback from April Under 5min. Festival

MILE, 1min., USA, Drama
Directed by Kevin Anton

A large man is determined to run his first mile, but has to overcome his own obstacles first.

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DAUGHTER Short Film – Audience Feedback from April Under 5min. Festival

DAUGHTER, 3min., Canada, Drama/Family
Directed by Lia Williamson

Created as a ‘Two Stories’ project, this film follows two single mothers trying to successfully raise their daughters. As the years progress, this task becomes more and more difficult.

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