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The 5th Annual Indie Can Film Festival –  Opening Night
Thursday, September 30th - 7pm to 11pm
Innis Town Hall - Room 222
FREE EVENT
 
A big shout out to all Indie Film Lovers.  Come see a wide variety of shorts, features, music videos and documentaries made by committed filmmakers from all over the world working outside of mainstream channels of production and distribution. All screenings are FREE; tickets are not required. So come on down and show your support for this great three day festival.
 
Don't miss the opening night screenings!
 
PROGRAM 1 – 7:30PM – 9:00PM

 

the Light at the End of the Road 30m, Canada

Directed by:  Walter Ricarte

 

Directed by:  Anouar Hadj-Smaine
 
Directed by:  Matthew J. Stroud
 
Directed by:  Irina Golina-Sagatelian
 
Chenrezig - 11m, Canada
Directed by:  Doug LeConte
 
Buddy You're Not John –  25m, Canada

Directed by:  Devin Meireles

 


FEATURE – 9:20PM – 10:50PM

 

Golden Times -  90m, U S A

Directed by:   Zach Fletcher

The Indie Can Film Festival is holding its 5th Annual film festival dedicated to the independent low budget filmmaker from SEPTEMBER 30TH TO OCTOBER 2ND, 2010The event will be held at THE INNIS TOWN HALL THEATRE, located on the University of Toronto campus.  ALL INQUIRIES REGARDING THE FESTIVAL ARE TO BE DIRECTED TO THE INDIE CAN FILM FESTIVAL BY E-MAIL.  DO NOT CONTACT INNIS TOWN HALL.   

The Indie Can Film Festival mission is to offer the independent filmmaker the opportunity to screen his or her film to an audience of peers and the public.  All completed films of all genre will be accepted and screened (some exceptions apply) Your film will not be judged to qualify. All that is required is a screening fee to have your film screened in the Indie Can Film Festival. 

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Innis Town Hall Theatre is located at  2 Sussex Avenue, within Innis College on the University of Toronto's downtown campus, at the NW corner of St. George Street and Sussex Avenue just south of Bloor Street.  Just a five minute walk from the nearest subway stop, St. George Station.  Click here for a map.

All films being screened at the Indie Can Film Festival are NOT RATED.  Viewer discretion is advised.

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