Today’s NEWS: Wednesday July 13, 2016

RSVP Feedback Film Fest (Best of Under 5min./Comedy) Thursday July 28th. 7pm. Free or PWYL

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Eighth event of 2016. This month is a showcase of the best of Comedy Shorts, plus the best of Under 5min. Shorts:

RSVP your FEEDBACK Toronto Film Festival seats. FREE or make a donation to the festival. Anyone can come for FREE as we love to have you.

Thursday July 28th event. 7pm to 9pm, Carlton Cinemas, 20 Carlton Street.

RSVP your seats now for the event. Plus, see full details of every film being played. Discover the best of NEW short films from around the world: We have a terrific lineup of films for our eighth event of 2016. Amazing short films from the UK, Israel, USA, Netherlands, Italy, Denmark, Russia, and Australia. This could be our best festival yet! You're going to love the films. Giving you films from all corners of the world in different genres and formats. CLICK here and watch the moderation videos…

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June 26, 2016 – Writing Festival Details

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This week’s writing festival is a showcase of the July 2016 winning feature screenplay, 1st scene winners, plus the readings of the best scene screenplay winners.

They will be performed by some of the top actors working in Toronto today.

Here are the details of the screenplays being performed:

#1. Feature Screenplay: The Charlottetown Jackhammer Imbroglio by Marc Lalonde

Genre: Farce (Screwball Comedy)

Synopsis: A former nun, a pornographer, a brain surgeon and a quadriplegic must band together in a common cause with a wannabe serial killer who really, really, really, REALLY likes his brother to foil an international conspiracy to take over the world.

#2. 1st Scene: CATCH! by Jerry Nield

Genre: Biography

Synopsis: Could David really defeat Goliath?

#3. 1st Scene: SENIOR PRANK by Shiv Sudhakar

Genre: Comedy

Synopsis: A group of cunning high school seniors must outwit their principal in order to pull off the ultimate senior…

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Interview with Stunt Performer Hannah D. Scott

Matthew Toffolo's Summary

hannah_d_scott.jpgI really enjoyed chatting with Stunt Performer/Actor Hannah D. Scott about her profession. She was very open about everything and you can feel her passion for the industry and what she does in her answers. Enjoy!

Matthew Toffolo: What job has been your most valuable experience?

Hannah D. Scott: I think that part of the answer lies in not actually working, but watching people work. The set is such a massive machine and being able to take a step back to listen and learn is priceless. I was once asked, a long time ago, to step in as kind of intern of sorts. Understanding the camera, understanding how the director communicates with actors in order to get the right result, what cues to give to help them understand and so on was incredibly valuable. I could see how different lenses worked, how framing could make or break a shot, how…

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