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Best Short Films of 2015 Screening - Toronto 48 Hour Film Project

Only a matter of weeks have past since 59 teams exploded onto the streets of Toronto to make a film in 48 hours. We're now screening the top 17 short films of the festival. Who will be awarded the Best of 2015? Come and see. #48hfpTO

Date: Sunday, November 22nd, 2pm-5pm

Location: Bloor Hot Docs Cinema (Bathurst & Bloor)

Showtime: 2:00pm to 5:00pm

Tickets: $10 (available at the theatre box-office 1 hour before showtime)

Featured Films

“A Set of Rules” by Saffron Squad (Espionage)

“Best Buds” by LAJOIE DE VIE (Buddy Film)

“Christmas Evil” by Mighty Morphin Hermione Grangers (Horror)

“Expiry date” by Bytown Buds Inc. (Comedy)

“For Closure” by Front of House Productions (Coming of Age)

“Keys to Success” by Moonage Studios (Fish Out Of Water)

“Lock Job” by Faywood 16 (Comedy)

“Red Lark” by 143 Funro (Dark Comedy)

“Space Heist 3010” by Creative Meat (Sci-Fi)

“Stephanie's Room” by Atom Projections (Thriller/Suspense)

“Strapped” by Triple ByPass Productions (Buddy Film)

“The Big Break” by [TAG] (Fish Out Of Water)

“The Case” by This Film Has 48 Hours (Detective/Cop)

“The Incredible Fist” by Middle Joe (Superhero)

“The Invoice” by Brainstorming (Fish Out Of Water)

“The Pursuit of Gnarliness" by Werewolves On The Moon (Film de Femme)

“Threshold” by Ants in a Trance (Fantasy)

These films will entertain and inspire even the pickiest film buff; a testament to what a creative and competitive group of people can accomplish when they’re under the gun and fuelled by a collective passion for filmmaking.

An awards presentation, similar to the Oscars (but much shorter in length), will follow the screening.

We look forward to seeing you all at the theatre!

Best regards,

Steve Nash & Christopher Cherry

Toronto Producers, 48 Hour Film Project

Best Short Films of 2015 Screening - Toronto 48 Hour Film Project

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