18th Annual Edition
November 6-16, 2014 

Monday, 13 May 2013 07:20
Reel Asian Co-Presents Celluloid Man and Little Miss Jihad


Reel Asian co-presents Shivendra Dungarpur's Celluloid Man at the inaugural Scarborough Film Festival. This fascinating documentary takes a look at the history of Indian cinema through the life and work of P.K. Nair. The Scarborough Film Festival takes place from June 4, 2013 - June 9, 2013.


Shivendra Dungarpur | India 2012

Saturday, June 8, 2013 - 1:00pm
University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC) - 1265 Military Theatre AC223
Tickets: $15. Buy tickets in advance for $13. Full ticket information

As Mr. Nair speaks, we see the history of Indian cinema unfold. What emerges is a portrait of a man so in love with cinema that even his family had to take a backseat to his obsession. Mr. Nair is not just the founder of the National Film Archive, but a living breathing museum of cinema. Even in retirement, he chooses to stay across the road from the Archive watching over his legacy. The fact that India has a cinematic heritage at all is the singehanded achivement of this man. There will be on one like him again.

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Reel Asian is also proud to co-present Toronto-based filmmaker Stephanie Law's short film, Little Miss Jihad. Stephanie was the winner of Reel Asian's 2011 So You Think You Can Pitch Competition in the Emerging Filmmaker category.


Stephanie Law | Canada 2012

Wednesday, June 5, 2013 - 7:00pm
Fox Theatre - 2236 Queen Street East
Tickets: $15. Buy tickets in advance for $13. Full ticket information

Afghani Canadian Sally Khan is an average 10-year-old girl who wants to be just like her daddy. But her curious aspirations lead to paranoia amongst her cul-de-sac community.

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