The 7th annual Toronto Black Film Festival - #TBFF19 - marks Black History Month with bold, diverse, innovative and meaningful programming from February 13 -18, 2019
There are five films with Canadian connections at Sundance this year.
This year's fest will focus on Italy and celebrate the careers of filmmakers Julia Reichert and Julia Ivanova
Montrealers and Sundance regulars Felix and Paul première two creations, including a nighttime virtual-reality ride through Detroit with Eminem.
The short film Throat Singing in Kangirsuk will premiere Jan. 24
The Pendance Film Festival's 2nd edition will take place January 31st – February 3rd in Toronto at the Regent Theatre. The full 49-film-lineup includes 8 feature films making premieres.
The 19th-century mystery-thriller, from Indigenous directors Gwaai Edenshaw and Helen Haig-Brown, is billed as the first feature-length film made in the endangered Haida language.
Featuring 39 amazing, diverse films from BC filmmakers, and over $15,000 worth in prizes.
Sundance selects projects by Trevor Anderson and Niobe Thompson for viewing at January festival
This new series will replace the Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival, which was held every January, by offering each feature film the opportunity to have a full theatrical run at TIFF Bell Lightbox throughout the year.