"Quickery and Slowery". WAHHH SO CUTE
TIFF Kids International Film Festival starts next week on Tuesday April 9. This is a great event for us to spend some time with the little ones in our lives and to also bring out our inner big kids. The programme is a wonderful mix of entertaining, engaging and heartwarming. What a great way for film lovers to introduce kids into our world! Indeed, they are “Films to Fill the Imagination”
Check out our Asian film picks after the jump!!
The Augmented Cinema Film Festival is a OCADU film festival that strives to promote student work from all diciplines and year levels. They are seeking work from OCAD U students of ALL programs and faculties in ANY year, Graduate students, OCADU Alumni, and member’s of the OCADU community working with Single Channel film, video, and animation. Continue reading
Last week I attended the Hong Kong International Film Festival and Hong Kong International Film & TV Market for the first time. Not only did I get a chance to watch a multitude of fantastic films (including RA filmmakers Arvin Chen’s Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow, Luo Li’s Emperor Visits the Hell and Huang Ji’s Trace), I also got the chance to meet new distributors, put some faces to names of people we’ve been working with from across the globe and hang out with like-minded folk working at other film festivals. Continue reading
EAST is calling for youth between the ages of 15 to 19 who are interested in videography for the EAST Documentary Collective!
Presented by Scarborough Arts, EAST is a project creating a buzz and attracting attention from aspiring young musicians, new media journalists and youth interested in getting into the arts and entertainment industry. EAST is made up of three components: Project Management Collective, Music Collective and Documentary Collective.
Calling all filmmakers!
CBC Television is pleased to announce the third season of Short Film Face Off, Canada’s only television magazine program that features short films from across the country.
The critically acclaimed show has helped attract a mainstream audience for short films in Canada and increased the profile of its featured filmmakers. Continue reading
Arvin Chen’s newest work Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? is a whimsical film about Weicheng who struggles with a secret he has hidden for years. Starring Lawrence Ko, who you may remember as the orange suited wannabe gangster from Au Revoir Taipei (Reel Asian 2010). Continue reading
Our neighbour imagineNATIVE recently announced the recipient of their annual mentorship and it’s non other than … (enter drumroll here please) … Adrienne Marcus Raja! Congratulations Adrienne! We are so happy for Adrienne as she has been a long time volunteer with Reel Asian for the last few years as an editor for some of the festival video blog entries seen at our youtube channel.
It was standing-room only tonight at the catalogue launch for the 26th edition of the Images Festival, held at the Urbanspace Gallery.
Now that the programming has been released to the public, we’re pleased to announce that we are co-presenting two films next month… Continue reading
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The Toronto Screenwriting Conference recently released the winners of the Telefilm Canada New Voices Award and we are thrilled to announce that two of the recipients are Reel Asian filmmakers, Gloria Kim and Nathalie Younglai! The award selects five emerging screenwriters from applicants across the country. Congratulations!
Trinity Square Video, one of Canada’s oldest and dynamic media arts centres, is looking for a POSTPRODUCTION TECHNICIAN.
At TSV, the Postproduction Technician is part of a team of dedicated staff who provide production/postproduction support to members and non-members in the GTA area. In addition to TSV’s equipment and facilities, the organization offers ongoing workshops, screenings, and programming initiatives.