Pleasure Dome is pleased to present the Canadian premiere of Laurel Nakadate‘s debut feature film! Sat Oct 9 | 8 pm | $12 ($8 for members and students)Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave.Laurel Nakadate in Person Pleasure Dome is pleased […]
Archives for September 2010
Jonathan Ng‘s Alpha Beta Complex, Jeff Chiba Stearns’ One Big Hapa Family, Randall Okita’s Fish In Barrel and Jason Karman’s I’m In The Mood For Love are screening at the DC Asian Pacific American Film Festival (Oct. 7-16, 2010). Cuong […]
Bid on unique packages and experiences in support of the Foundation for Women in Film & Television – Toronto. Auction runs from September 15 – October 7, 2010.
TIFF, a vibrant not-for-profit arts organization, is accepting applications for the full-time position of: FESTIVALS COORDINATOR *Lead candidate identified* Deadline: September 29th, 2010. This will be an exciting year for TIFF that will be marked by the opening of TIFF […]
Joyce and I had the pleasure of attending the first ever press conference for the 11th Annual Planet in Focus International Environmental Film + Video Festival at the ROM this morning. From beginning to end, we were reminded of the […]
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WHATEVER IT TAKES, directed by acclaimed documentary filmmaker Christopher Wong opens this Friday, Sept 24 at Carlton Cinemas and will run through to Sept 30. WHATEVER IT TAKES chronicles the struggles and triumphs of the very first year of the […]
TIFF wrapped up last night and also made its hugely anticipated award announcements. Congratulations to Deborah Chow winner of the SKYY Vodka award for Best Canadian First Feature for THE HIGH COST OF LIVING, a drama about an unlikely relationship between […]
My friend Janet Lumb heads up Accès Asie, Montréal’s festival of Asian arts and culture held during May of each year. They just celebrated their 15th year, making them Canada’s oldest and longest-running Asian Heritage Month (AHM) festival. This weekend […]
This is crunch-time at RA so I was only able to get to two TIFF screenings so far, but what a two they were. On Tuesday I saw Naomi Kawase’s GENPIN, a doc about a natural childbirth clinic in Japan and […]