Annie Bradley talks Pudge at TIFF

One of my favorite short films playing at this year's Toronto International Film Festival is Pudge, a film that lets Toronto take centre stage. Director Annie Bradley took some time to talk to me about the film, about shooting in Toronto, and about playing at home at TIFF08.

(Apologies for the background noise. It gets a bit difficult finding quiet spaces at the Sutton Place Hotel during festival time.)

Pudge opens tonight as part of Short Cuts Canada programme 5. Tonight's screening may be sold out, but I'm pretty sure you'll be able to grab rush tickets if you try.

There are a few tickets left for tomorrow's screening, so do check it out if you get the chance.


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