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Toronto IDF Film Festival 2017

Toronto, New York & Berlin IDF are affordable documentary film festivals, geared towards independent filmmakers who are looking for exposure to the film audiences of the festival's corresponding cities. Toronto, New York & Berlin IDF accept both documentary and mockumentary films, from all over the world.

The third annual Toronto Indie Doc Fest will be taking place on May 14 2017 at the Revue Cinema.

PROGRAM I - 7pm

Handmade Film Canada, 5 mins

The story of a female filmmaker who spends three days making the film emulsion she shoots on and develops herself - a rarely practiced craft in todays film industry.

Directed by Christina Ienna.

Into the White - Portrait of a Friend Austria, 14 mins

The story of the filmmakers childhood friend, told on analog Super16 film and narrated by the protagonist against the dreary images of the nebulous city of Linz.

Directed by Isabelle Bruncker.

Watching TV with the Mind Off Canada, 14 mins

The story of a twenty-two year old musician reflecting on the philosophies by which he lives his life and the physical reality of the forest versus his own hyper-realistic headspace.

Directed by Sampreeth Rao.

A Dream in a Young Girls Eye Canada, 19 mins

The story of feminist video artist Marion Lewis as she reflects on the 1970s Toronto art scene, as she assisted in the formation of an alternative art community that promoted progressive political and social transformation.

Directed by Jillian Crocker.

PROGRAM II - 8pm

My Fathers Land Lebanon, 15 mins

The story of the elders in a village in north Lebanon, sharing their memories and love for the land as a last will for the generations to come.

Directed by Muriel Aboulrouss.

Piorun Stanislaw from Brudnow Poland, 4 mins

The story of how to get rid of a curse with sheer admiration.

Directed by Piotr Piasta.

To Live, To Sail Croatia, 40 mins

The story of a cook from island of Mljet, Croatia, a skipper from Italy and a Greek fisherman, exploringthe passions and difficulties that come with life at sea.

Directed by Jure Bui.

PWYC


Toronto IDF Film Festival 2017

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