Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Toronto Urban Film Festival - Call for Work | Vague Terrain

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Toronto Urban Film Festival - Call for Work | Vague Terrain
The Toronto Urban Film Festival (TUFF), the only festival of its kind in North America, is a 10-day long public film festival that reaches over 1.3 million subway commuters daily.

TUFF is looking for the best one-minute silent films from across Canada and around the world.

The festival runs from September 10 - 19, 2010, at the same time as TIFF. Films are presented on the Onestop Network of 270 subway platform screens inside the TTC, and featured on the new TUFF website.

Films are selected by a guest jury, with top awards selected by guest judge Deepa Mehta. The TUFF 2010 Jury: Chris Gehman, Min Sook Lee, Jorge Lozano, Kathleen Mullen, Sarah Robayo Sheridan, Haema Sivanesan, and Michael Zryd.
The Sixth Hong Kong International Film Festival (Revised Edition): Cantonese Cinema Retrospective (1960-69)A Comparative Study of Post-War Mandarin and Cantonese Cinema: The Films of Zhu Shilin, Qin Jian and Other Directors : Space Museum Lecture Hall, March 24-April 8, 1983