The Canadian Film Fest (CFF) began its 2019 edition this week. This weekend, CFF will present two incredible Homegrown Shorts programmes for the first time. Here, I share with you my thoughts on five of these shorts.
Michael Healey’s playThe Drawer Boy translates well to film under Arturo Perez Torres and Aviva Armour-Ostroff‘s direction. Torres and team take us back in time to Huron County, Ontario, 1972. Miles arrives at the farm and home of Angus and Morgan, two aging bachelor farmers. He stays with the two farmers in order to learn about farm life and write a play about it. Their lives are changed dramatically when Miles’ art imitates life, creating a very fine line between truth and fiction. READ MORE
The Canadian Film Fest (CFF) is just around the corner. The festival’s line up is looking very interesting and diverse. New this year is the festival’s new location, the Scotiabank Theatre. CFF will take place March 21-25; tickets already available for purchase online. READ MORE
The Canadian Film Fest (CFF) is celebrating its 10th edition this year. The CFF returns to The Royal Cinema in Toronto from March 30 – April 2. To prepare you for the festival, founder and director, Bern Euler has taken time to answer a few questions and share more about the festival. READ MORE