RSVP the FEMALE Feedback Film Festival – Thur. Aug. 24. 7pm. Carlton (Free or PWYC)

FEMALE Short Film Festival – Thursday August 24th. 7pm. Carlton Cinemas in downtown Toronto

http://www.wildsound.ca/female_film_festival.html

– 8 Films from 5 Countries (Brazil, Canada, India, UK, USA) of the best short films from Female Directors. Easily a lineup of the best films you’ll ever see in the world today!

See the full program and info for each film and filmmaker.

To RSVP, simply reply to this email and state the # of tickets you require. Come for FREE or donate on the night (or on the program page) to cover the cinema costs.

This is a really fun night of short films. We are giving you a mixed bag of genres. The first half is a lineup of films for all ages! The second half is a lineup of fun comedy and a serious film from India to finish off the night.

If you’re a fan of film, make sure you RSVP right away as tickets will go quickly.

Thanks!

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FREE EVENT: Best of Short Film Festival. Thur. June 22nd. 7pm. Carlton

  • Thursday, June 22, 2017

    7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

    Cineplex Odeon Carlton

    20 Carlton St, Toronto, ON

     

  • SPECIAL EVENT: Best of LGBT Short Films from around the world:

    RSVP your FEEDBACK Toronto Film Festival seats. FREE or make a donation to the festival. This could be the best selection of films we’ve ever showcased

    Thursday June 22nd event. 7pm to 9pm, Carlton Cinemas, 20 Carlton Street.

    RSVP your seats now for the event. Plus, see full details of every film being played.

    http://www.wildsound.ca/lgbt_toronto_festival.html
    Amazing LGBT short films from the USA, Australia, UK, India, and Israel.

    This month’s festival is a pack lineup of LGBT comedy, drama, romance, dance and sci-fi.

    Giving you films from all corners of the world in different genres and formats. And there is a theme that ties all the films together. You pick the theme on the night and you win a big prize!

Last chance to RSVP to the FREE Toronto Film Festival event this Thursday at 7pm

SPECIAL EVENT: Thursday February 23rd. 7pm. Carlton Cinemas.

A showcase of the best of ACTION/CRIME/THRILLER short films from the last year. Films from Italy, Czech Republic, Russia, Norway, UK, and Canada.

Action packed films! Suspense films! High budget short films!

See the full program and full details of all of the films. Get your tickets on the program page, or simply reply to this email and RSVP.
http://www.wildsound.ca/actioncrimetorontofilmfestival.html


You can come for FREE or make a donation on the night. Or, you can RSVP on the program page and make a donation via paypal or credit card.
Giving you films from all corners of the world in different genres and formats.

RSVP your Festival passes for the 2017 season for only $40. 20 festival dates scheduled in Toronto.
http://www.wildsound.ca/torontofilmfestivals.html

FEEDBACK TORONTO FILM FESTIVAL 2017 FESTIVAL DATES – 20 Dates

We are proud to announce our 20 Toronto Film Festival dates for 2017. We will showcase 100s of the best short films from around the world. Each festival will be a special best of night. Examples are best of Comedy, Documentary, Family, Animation, Drama, LGBT, Female Directors, Horror/Thriller, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Under 5min. shorts etc…

BUY your festival pass today for only $40. That’s only $2 per festival and it guarantees you a seat in the cinema. You do not have to RSVP in advance and if the festival is sold out (which happens most of the time), you are still guaranteed a seat as we will hold it for you until the start of the festival.

Buy your festival pass here. You will be directed to page to receive your pass after you have made your payment:
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Here are the festival dates for 2017:

1 – Thursday January 26th

2 – Monday February 13th (NOTE: Monday Festival)

3 – Thursday February 23rd

4 – Thursday March 23rd

5 – Thursday March 30th

6 – Thursday April 20th

7 – Thursday April 27th

8 – Thursday May 18th

9 – Thursday May 25th

10 – Thursday June 22nd

11 – Thursday June 29th

12 – Thursday July 20th

13 – Thursday July 27th

14 – Thursday August 24th

15 – Thursday August 31st

16 – Thursday September 28th

17 – Thursday October 19th

18 – Thursday October 26th

19 – Thursday November 30th

20 – Thursday December 28th

RSVP October Film Festivals. October Festival Deadlines

RSVP for the Thursday Oct. 20, 2016 Film Festival – 7pm to 9pm – Best of ACTION/CRIME Short Film Festival. Get your FREE tickets today.

RSVP for the Thursday Oct. 27 2016 Film Festival – 7pm to 9pm – Best of HORROR Short Film Festival. Get your FREE tickets today.

FREE Logline Submission – Send in your logline and we’ll post it on this network for free.

Read Festival Articles – Daily festival blog.

Upcoming Writing/Film/Screenplay Festival DeadlinesDeadline October 5th

writing CONTEST1st ACT or FULL PLAY CONTEST
Get full feedback! Get your Stage Play performed by professional actors.
SCREENPLAY CONTESTFIRST SCENE (first 10pgs) SCREENPLAY CONTEST
Submit the first stages of your film and get full feedback!

Deadline October 10th

favorite sceneSubmit your Favorite Scene
And we’ll have it performed at the festival
POETRY CONTESTPOETRY CONTEST
Options to get your POEM made into a film.
ALL Poems get showcased on this site

Deadline October 15th

TV CONTESTSUBMIT your TV PILOT or TV SPEC Script
Voted #1 TV Contest in North America.
FILM CONTESTSUBMIT your SHORT Film
Get it showcased at the FEEDBACK Festival
writing CONTEST1st CHAPTER or FULL NOVEL CONTEST
Get full feedback! Winners get their novel made into a video!
SCREENPLAY CONTESTSUBMIT your FEATURE Script
FULL FEEDBACK on all entries. Get your script performed

Deadline October 20th

short script CONTESTSHORT SCRIPT CONTEST
Submit your short film screenplay!
ACTORFREE TWITTER SHORT STORY CONTESTSubmit 140 character story. Get made into movie.

Deadline October 25th

writing CONTESTSHORT STORY CONTEST
Get full feedback! Winners get their short story made into a video!
ACTORVIDEO PITCH FESTIVALSubmit your own video pitch today.

Today’s TIFF Reviews – Sept. 18th

Read the best of reviews from films at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2016: https://festivalreviews.org/category/tiff-2016-movie-reviews/

TIFF 2016 Movie Review: CARRIE PILBY (USA 2016) ***

Being too smart might be detrimental to ones life. Based on Caren Lissner’s best-selling 2003 novel, CARRIE PILBY is a story of a awkward teen who graduated Harvard at the age of 19 and lives in a small NYC apartment paid for by her London-based father (Gabriel Byrne).

TIFF 2016 Movie Review: BOYS IN THE TREES (Australia 2016)

BOYS UNDER TREES contains an exciting premise – a coming-of-age story with gay overtones set in a small Australian town where the protagonist seeks to leave for the big city. The action takes place during Halloween where goals and Aborigine black magic exists.

TIFF 2016 Movie Review: AQUARIUS (Brazil/France 2016) ****

Filho’s AQUARIUS is again set in Recife, the seaside neighbourhood that he made famous in his last film NEIGHBOURING SOUNDS.

TIFF 2016 Movie Review: ARRIVAL (USA 2016) ****

Finally arrives a sci-fi futuristic alien film without the blow ups, collapsing buildings and end of the world scenario. Well, all of the above might still happen but it is up to theoretical physicist, Ian Donnelly (Jeremy Renner) and linguistics expert, Dr. Louise Banks (Amy Adams0 to find out the purpose of the landings.

TIFF 2016 Movie Review: SNOWDEN (USA/Germany 2015) ***1/2

Renegade filmmaker Oliver Stone knows how to get the blood of an audience flowing. He demonstrated this ability in the Oscar Winning PLATOON, political JFK and the controversial NATURAL BORN KILLERS. One can expect the same from his new film about whistleblower, Edward SNOWDEN (Joseph Gordon-Levitt).

TIFF 2016 Movie Review: WITHOUT NAME (Ireland 2016) ***

Low budget and rather slow moving suspense thriller by first time director Lorcan Finnegan is a moody atmospheric piece set in a dense forest where some secret lies. A land surveyor, Eric (Alan McKenna) is in the throes of a midlife crisis.

TIFF 2016 Movie Review: UNA (UK 2016) ***|

Though UNA is based on the David Harrower play and directed by stage director Benedict Andrews, the film does not feel like a play. But it does remind one of the plot of Mamet’s OLEANA, a two handler where a student accuses her professor of sexual assault.

TIFF 2016 Movie Review: SEARCHERS (Canada 2016) ***

Director Kunuk (Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner) returns with this Arctic epic inspired by the classic John Ford western, THE SEARCHERS. though it feels at times like an Inuit version of TAKEN.

Read Best of TIFF Movie Reviews: September 15th

Best of Toronto International Film Festival Reviews: https://festivalreviews.org/category/tiff-2016-movie-reviews/

TIFF 2016 Movie Review: WULU (France/Senegal 2016) ***

Malian director Daouda Coulibaly’s debut is a no-nonsense tense crime drama/political thriller that traces the rise and fall of a low-level transit worker turned drug trafficker.

TIFF 2016 Movie Review: LA LA LAND (USA 2016) ****

LA LA LAND marks the return of the Hollywood musical but done here with a fresh take. The film tells of the conflict between following ones dreams against sacrificing them up for love.

TIFF 2016 Movie Review: DEEPWATER HORIZON (USA 2016)

Based on the true-life worst U.S. oil disaster in history, DEEPWATER HORIZON is nothing more than a super expensive a re-enactment of the disaster using special effects with a cliched story line framed by testimonies of the survivors at a hearing.

TIFF 2016 Movie Review: (re) ASSIGNMENT (USA/Canada/France 2016) ***

From Walter Hill, the director of classics like 48 HOURS, THE LONG RIDERS and THE WARRIORS, (re) ASSIGNMENT is a revenge action thriller with a difference. Michelle Rodriguez plays a lowlife killer put through full male-to-female gender reassignment surgery by a score-settling surgeon (Sigourney Weaver).

TIFF 2016 Movie Review: RAW (France/Belgium 2016) ***

As a first time director of a horror feature, Julia Ducournau gets her facts straight. At the introduction of RAW at TIFF Midnight Madness, she told a full house that when she asked a fellow filmmaker about Toronto audiences, she had been told which she did repeat, to huge cheers, that Toronto has the best audience in the world.

 

 

Deadline September 15th

TV CONTESTSUBMIT your TV PILOT or TV SPEC Script
Voted #1 TV Contest in North America.
FILM CONTESTSUBMIT your SHORT Film
Get it showcased at the FEEDBACK Festival
writing CONTEST1st CHAPTER or FULL NOVEL CONTEST
Get full feedback! Winners get their novel made into a video!
SCREENPLAY CONTESTSUBMIT your FEATURE Script
FULL FEEDBACK on all entries. Get your script performed

Deadline September 20th

short script CONTESTSHORT SCRIPT CONTEST
Submit your short film screenplay!
ACTORFREE TWITTER SHORT STORY CONTESTSubmit 140 character story. Get made into movie.

Deadline September 25th

writing CONTESTSHORT STORY CONTEST
Get full feedback! Winners get their short story made into a video!
ACTORVIDEO PITCH FESTIVALSubmit your own video pitch today.