Asian picks at Worldwide Short Film Festival

Worldwide Short Film FestivalThis year’s 18th annual Worldwide Short Film Festival is running from June 5-10, 2012. The CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival (WSFF) is the premier venue for the exhibition and promotion of short film in North America.  Here is a look at our Asian picks from this year’s selections:

  • The Family Compact (featuring work from France by Hayoun Kwon) – June 6, 5:15PM at Bloor Hot Docs Cinema and June 9, 2:15PM at Bloor Hot Docs Cinema
  • Superfans (featuring work by Filipino Canadian Isiah Medina) – June 7, 2:00PM or June 9, 5:15PM at Isabel Bader Theatre
  • Someone to Watch Over Me (featuring work from Malaysia by Phil Collins) – June 7, 7:00PM at Isabel Bader Theatre and June 9, 4:30PM at Bloor Hot Docs Cinema
  • Homeland Security (featuring works from Thailand by Wattanapume Laisuwanchai, from the US by Andrew Ahn and from Japan by Makiko Sukikara)- June 7, 9:30PM at Isabel Bader Theater and June 10, 2:45PM at Isabel Bader Theater
  • War, What Is It Good For? (featuring work from Denmark by Malene Choi Jensen) – June 6, 8:30PM at Isabel Bader Theater and June 9, 7:00PM at Bloor Hot Docs Cinema
  • Shorts for Shorties: Mission to the Milky Way (featuring work by local filmmaker Vivienne AuYeung) – June 9, 10:00AM at CN Tower
  • Scene Not Herd: Music Videos (featuring work by Montreal’s Emily Kai Bock) – June 8, 9:30PM at Bloor Hot Docs Cinema

More info on Worldwide Short Film Festival here.