Toronto 48 Hour Film Project, Best Short Films Of 2019

Write, shoot, edit a Short Film in 48 hours. That's the project, these are the results! This screening is of the top 15 short films of 2019. On the weekend of October 18th to 20th, over 1200 people, cast and crew on over 110 teams of filmmakers in Toronto made a short film. The short films showcased are voted on by an audience of their peers and judged by seasoned industry professionals to narrow them down to the top 15 films. These are a testament to what a creative and competitive group of people can accomplish in 48hours!

The 110 minute screening will be followed by a quick awards ceremony, handing out prizes in catagories similar to the Oscars (but much shorter!) including the Best Film of Toronto 2019.

***Open to the general public. Note: Films are not rated and may not be suitable for children.***

If you like short films and want to support a ton of local filmmakers, this screening is for you!!!

Tickets: $15 Available Online or at the Hot Docs Cinema Box-Office, https://boxoffice.hotdocs.ca/websales/pages/info.aspx?evtinfo=68604~fff311b7-cdad-4e14-9ae4-a9905e1b9cb0&epguid=a1a41036-cbe1-4f35-bc34-1ed13d4bd525&

Location: The Hot Docs Cinema is located at 506 Bloor Street West (Bathurst & Bloor, a 2 minute walk from the Bathurst Street Subway Station)

Doors open at 2:00 PM and the screening begins at 2:30 PM.

www.48hourfilm.com/toronto


Toronto 48 Hour Film Project, Best Short Films Of 2019

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