Reelworld Short Film Program | Fri, Oct 18 | Reelworld Film Festival 2019
Famous Players Canada Square Cinemas
2190 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4S 2C6, Canada
Friday October 18th | 7:00pm (Box office opens at 6pm) | Reelworld Film Festival
Friday October 18th| 9pm : Reception for Ticket Holders
Join us in the lobby for a very special reception with the filmmakers and local talent! Ticket holders gain access to a complimentary reception with light refreshments provided.
Reelworld Shorts Program | 87 Minutes | Famous Players Canada Square Cinema
Enjoy an eclectic mix of short narratives from Canada by filmmakers with important voices. Following the programme, ticket holders will have access to a complimentary reception in the lobby with the filmmakers.
For full schedule and more information on the 19th Reelworld Film Festival, visit www.reelworld.ca
Set in 1993, 11 year-old Scott lives in a Toronto housing project, trying to maintain some semblance of a family, with a mother who works long hours and an estranged brother who has his own problems at school. Johnny Vong delivers a grounded coming-of-age drama in his return to the Reelworld Film Festival
Reliving a cycle of old conversations with her mother, a young woman finds herself encased in oppressive isolation. With a background in experimental filmmaking, Rolla Tahir builds a penetrating sense of anxiety in this fiction debut.
Tessa begins to develop an agonising toothache as she tries to clear out the house with her husband before they can put it up for sale. There’s more than meets the eye in this surreal depiction of a painful process, experienced by a quiet couple
In this portrait of childhood angst, grounded by a piercing lead performance, a young girl is forced to confront her mother and father's difficult relationship with each other.
Shot in a single long take, four friends take a ride on a ferris wheel where they begin to question whether they really know each other. We feel the energy shift in real time - /Three Centimetres/ premiered at the Berlin Film Festival to an award winning reception
When Ash is forced to meet with his estranged father, he struggles to sympathise with his problems. /Shook/ is a light hearted story of two men trying to reconnect in Amar Wala’s return to fiction filmmaking, inspired by a personal experience.
Two brothers on the run from their father meet an Indigenous teen who helps them get in touch with their roots in this beautifully shot story of a family found through language and tradition.
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