Thank you to everyone who participated in our PARTY LIKE A BALLER contest, courtesy of National Bank. We’ve received some amazing entries!
Congratulations to our winner, Jo! Jo and three guests will get to enjoy dinner at Momofuku Daisho, personal limo ride, and reserved seats at the Closing Night screening of Linsanity.
Winner was selected in a random draw. Read more to see some of staff’s favourite entries! Continue reading
Win a VIP festival experience courtesy of National Bank!
The lucky winner (plus 3 friends) will get to travel around in a limosuine, enjoy dinner at Momofuku Daisho, and have four reserved seats to the Closing Night screening of “Linsanity”.
Click after the jump to see all the entries so far!
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Tagged Contest, dragonfruit, film reel, limo, Linsanity, momofuku, National Bank, party like a baller, Photo, Reel Asian, sriracha, vip
Here is the final image of our Reel Asian Did You Know? infographics series. We really saved the best for last as this one is about our volunteers! Did you know that since 2010, our volunteer base has been increasing each year? Thank you for growing with us and for making Reel Asian awesome!
We hope you enjoyed our Reel Asian Did You Know? Series, created by U of T Design in Design Committee.
The Toronto After Dark Film Festival kicks off its 2013 edition on October 17 at its new home, the Scotiabank Theatre. A number of Reel Asian alumni have work in selection this year.
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Tagged Beasts In The Real World, Bless You, bug film, Eega, Evil Feed, genre film, gory, Kimani Ray Smith, Philip Watts, S. S. Rajamouli, Silent Retreat, So You Think You Can Pitch, Sol Friedman, Toronto After Dark 2013, tricia lee
Thank you to the U of T Design in Design Committee for finding a way to make stats fun (and here we were thinking it wasn’t possible). Like the breadth films that Reel Asian offers, our audiences are made up of individuals from all over the world. Finding the right film for everyone is a challenge that we enjoy taking on every year. We hope you will find a movie that that piques your interest this year! Full programming line-up will be announced next week on October 8th. Stay tuned…
Last year, I was approached by U of T student Joe Park who was starting a new student group called Design in Design. They are made up students with design skills who lend their creative services to other student-run organizations. Joe was looking to expand their services to “outside” organizations and offered to help Reel Asian reach the student population in a fun and creative way. This is the first of 3 posters that Joe, Carrie and their awesome team created. Interested in hiring their services? Contact Joe at email@example.com. We hope you enjoy this “Did You Know?” series!
Lily Eng, Reel Asian’s 2011 Canadian Spotlight Artist, is featured in a new book publication highlighting her work as a dance and performance artist.
Come celebrate the launch at the Missing Associates: Lily Eng and Peter Dudar Performance Art and Experimental Dance.
Filmmaker Richie Mehta had the world premiere of his latest feature film “Siddarth” at the Venice Film Festival last week and will now be bringing the film to Toronto audiences at TIFF. Check out this interview CBC conducted with Richie where they sat down to talk about Venice Film Festival and the story and inspiration behind “Siddarth”.
It’s back to school!
Ever wanted to make a film but don’t know where to start? LIFT is offering their Fall 2013 edition of Film, Video and Interactive Art Workshops! Registration begins on September 17.
Find out more information after the jump.
Wavelengths is TIFF’s programme of experimental and avant-garde works. This year’s programme features a number of filmmakers and films from across Asia. Highlights include: Continue reading
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Tagged Naoko Tasaka, Pacho Velez, Rithy Panh, Shambhavi Kaul, Stephanie Spray, Tiane Doan, TIFF 2013, Tomonari Nishikawa, Tsai Ming-Liang, Wang Bing, wavelengths