Monthly Archives: July 2010


While browsing a downtown used book emporium this afternoon, I chanced upon and scooped up the first two issues of Faber & Faber’s film annual Projections. Founded by film director John Boorman and Faber Film editorial director Walter Donohue as … Continue reading

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Toronto After Dark Festival 2010

It seems like I’m posting nothing but film festival announcements these days. Fantasia, Shinsedai, and now the big little genre festival that is Toronto After Dark. Now in its fifth year, this intimate 8-day festival (August 13-20), held entirely at … Continue reading

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Shinsedai Festival 2010

Shinsedai is back for a second year. After a successful inaugural edition last August, co-programmers Chris Magee (J-Film Powwow) and Jasper Sharp (Midnight Eye) have curated an even stronger lineup of new independent Japanese cinema. This year’s festival runs from … Continue reading

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Fantasia International Film Festival 2010

Running from July 8-28, Montréal’s Fantasia International Film Festival is arguably North America’s biggest and best genre film festival. Stretching over nearly three weeks, it’s an extremely tantalizing proposition for this film lover to embark on a weekend road trip, … Continue reading

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Toronto Festivals Portal

Toronto is blessed to host perhaps the largest number of film festivals in the world, and now finally there is a site that can help make sense of them all. Toronto Film Festivals is an initiative supported by George Brown … Continue reading

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