Every month at Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, the Canadian Film Centre (CFC) Worldwide Short Film Festival presents A World of Shorts. Each month’s edition has a theme that ties all the shorts together, and this month is no different. For July, A World of Shorts showcases winners from the 2012 CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival.
Films that are screening on Wednesday July 18, 2012, are: Edmond Was a Donkey (Canada and France), winner of best Canadian short; The Factory (Brazil), winner of best live-action short; My Sweetheart (France), winner of best live-action performance; Gravity of Center (Canada), winner of best cinematography and best experimental film; Eighty Eight (United Kingdom), winner of best documentary; The Maker (Australia), winner of best animated short; and Unravel (United Kingdom and India), winner of the audience award.
Tickets are $11, but only $8 for Bloor Hot Docs Cinema members, so be sure to come out and see the selection of this year’s best shorts from around the world! For more information about the monthly event or descriptions of the films playing this Wednesday starting at 5:00 pm, visit the website for A World of Shorts.
Image from Edmond was a Donkey
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Jordan Moffatt is a person living in Toronto. He is an improviser, actor, writer and graduate of the University of Ottawa. His favourite Indiana Jones film is Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. He was the third string point guard of his high school basketball team.
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