It is day two of the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival with a schedule full of events.
Starting at 1pm is the National Screen Institute‘s info session with experts from film, television and digital media attending at the National Film Board. Followed by a 1-on-1 fifteen-minute mentorship meetings with renowned industry leaders. Pre-registration is required to the mentorship meetings, and both events are for Industry and Festival Pass Holders only.
Also later in the afternoon, catch video installation works by Ming Wong and Jin-Me Yoon with It Will All Be Different at Trinity Square Video.
Lastly, screenings of hotly anticipated films Fruit Fly by San Francisco-based director H. P. Mendoza, and Yanggaw by Richard Somes in the evening
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