Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Toronto Film Review Presents: Valentine's Doomsday (Feb 15, 8PM @ CineCycle)

The inaugural screening in a new program Toronto Film Review Presents (please like us on Facebook!) Valentine's Doomsday will be a night of short films, mostly by emerging Canadian directors, on the evening of Thursday, February 15th at the CineCycle. 

There will be a pre-show, romantic comedy trivia for some prizes, a full program of nine shorts (including a fun trailer, so that it feels like you're at the movies), a brief question period and afterwards we'll be launching Mitch Greenberg and Pierce Csurgo's new web-series La chasse with a dj set, drinks and snacks. This will coincide with the online launch of the webseries, which has already started to go up

The full program includes: Rebeccah Love’s GardenConnor Jessup's Lira's ForestMitch Greenberg’s GhostedChandler Levack’s We Forgot to Break UpPierce Csurgo’s As Above, So Below, Kathleen Hepburn's Never Steady, Never Still, Karen Chapman’s Lessons Injustice, Mike Hoolboom’s 3 Dreams of Horses and Tono Mejuto's Quiasma.

It should be a lively, diverse and impressive screening, which we're happy to have put together. The event is pay what you can (with a five dollar suggestion) and there will be cheap drinks available. Doors are at 7:30 pm, the pre-show begins at 8:00 pm and the screening start at 8:30. We hope to see some of you there!

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