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On now through May 15, the Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts celebrates its 29th season at venues throughout the city. Alvis Choi and Althea Balmes both served on Reel Asian’s programming committee in 2013 and they have … Continue reading
Reel Asian is proud to be a community co-presenter of Nancy Nicol’s Canada/India coproduction No Easy Walk To Freedom at the 24th annual Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival. The film will screen at noon on Sunday, June 1, in … Continue reading
The curatorial team of Marcin Wisniewski & Chris Dupuis, aka RTcollective, are accepting submissions now thru May 2 for a show in association with Videofag Gallery & Trinity Square Video. This annual show, now in its second year, will be … Continue reading
While we are not officially co-presenting anything at this year’s ReelWorld Film Festival, we are happy that our filmmakers (and some of our films!) are all over the programme. Here is a rundown of films with connections to Reel Asian, … Continue reading
The 27th annual edition of Toronto’s famed Images Festival kicks off on April 10 with ten days celebrating the best of experimental film & video and contemporary moving image art. In addition to our co-presentations bookending the festival, there are Asian … Continue reading
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.
The 38th Toronto International Film Festival has confirmed the return of its Asian Film Summit, to be held during their festival on Tuesday, September 10, 2013.
The Canadian titles announced last week for the 38th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival included a number of Asian Canadians in selection across the Short Cuts Canada programmes, but also in the Contemporary World Cinema programme. Reel Asian … Continue reading
Another set of titles have been announced for the 38th Toronto International Film Festival. In this post we’ll look at Asian titles across the Vanguard, Midnight Madness, Docs, and Cinematheque programmes. Watch for more programming to be announced in the … Continue reading
The Toronto International Film Festival will open its 38th edition on September 5, but their first batch of films was announced today. They already include a handful of Asian titles, with more sure to be announced as the festival approaches.