The second season of Sort Of will make its world premiere in Canada beginning November 15th exclusively on CBC TV episodes will also stream FREE on CBC Gem. The second season will make its premiere in the USA on December 1st on HBO Max; followed by other countries around the world including Australia and the UK.
We Are Still Here wins Dramatic Feature AwardŠaamšiǩ – Great Grandmothers Hat wins Documentary Feature Award Award Winning ScreeningsTIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King Street WestTickets are $10 at: imagineNATIVE.org/festival/schedule Documentary Feature Award WinnerŠaamšiǩ – Great Grandmothers Hat October 23, 2022 at 5:15 PM Short Film Award Winners – Program 1Night by Ahmad Saleh, Rose by Roxann Whitebean, Məca by Ritchie Norman Hemphill, and Kikino Kids by … Read morethe 2022 imagineNATIVE Film Media Arts Festival Award Winners
Canada’s largest and longest running environmental film festival has an impressive lineup slated for October 13-23rd, 2022. PIF will reprise its impressive Canadian and international shorts program delivered via specialized programming, including Indigenous Experiences; Encounters in the Natural World; Taking Action; Diverse Eco Visions; and Innovation and Technology, showcasing films in the likes of Australia-based, Ola … Read morePowerful Conversations on Screen at Planet in Focus International Environmental Film Festival (PIF)
Momo Films’ first distribution is ‘My Small Land’ which won Special Mention, Amnesty International Film Award at Berlin International Film Festival in Feb 2022. My Small Land For Sarya (17), a Kurdish refugee girl in Japan, life seems to be looking up; her grades at school are enough to pursue college, she’s surrounded with good … Read moreMomo Films focuses on introducing Japanese films to North American audiences
4 films and free industry panels, continuing its mission to feature 100% Canadian filmmakers who are Black, Indigenous, Asian South Asian, and People of Colour. ReelWorld 2022 The 22nd Reelworld Film Festival officially unveils its full festival line-up with 34 films and free industry panels, continuing its mission to feature Canadian filmmakers who are Black, Indigenous, Asian, South Asian and People … Read moreThe 22nd Reelworld Film Festival unveils its full festival line-up
Stoked by raves and strong receptions to their world-premiering Toronto festival films, “Brother” producers Damon D’Oliveira and Clement Virgo, “Black Ice” producer Vinay Virmani, and “Alice, Darling” producer Noah Segal are warming up a new basketball-themed crime series, “The Count,” for this fall’s marketplace, Variety has learned.