Jonathan and Betsy, his young-at-heart girlfriend, have been enlisted to cat-sit for Jonathan’s sister. While there, Betsy takes the opportunity to play house and test her boyfriend’s patience.
Here’s the first bit of what will probably be an eight or nine minute movie:
Sorry About Your Window. – Intro from Michael Pierro on [...]
This August we will be hosting our very first official screening. We’ll be playing 7 short films that feature the work of all 8 of us in various capacities.
The screening will take place at Cinecycle on Saturday, August 7 at 9pm. More details on the program and rest of the [...]
Kire Paputts in Paris
Cinderella Punks is a term George Higton used when I interviewed him a few months ago. George Higton is the creator of Shades magazine (a music and cultural magazine from 1978-198? that wrote about what was happening locally and internationally during a time when mainstream press weren’t paying much attention to the Punk/New Wave scene) and one of the founding members of the Toronto new wave band The Existers. For myself, Cinderella Punks sums up the 1977 Toronto punk/new wave scene perfectly. It’s a scene that very few know about and remains one of the least documented scenes in Canadian music history. In a way it has been overshadowed by it’s two evil step sisters (New York and London). Get it? I could spend anywhere from 1-5 minutes writing as to why this might be but I’ll just let you watch the film…when it’s done. Which brings me to Colin Brunton.
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Definitely interested in seeing ‘Lebanon’ Directed by Samuel Maoz and Cinematography by Giora Bejach. The whole film takes place in a tank. I don’t know how this slipped by me at TIFF.
G20 Protest in Toronto – June 26 from James Vandewater on Vimeo.