24 Years and going strong

Contributed by Gina Dineen

Celebrating outstanding short films from around the world and around the corner, this local one-night-only juried screening of international short films promises something for everyone!

 
Come and vote for the People’s Choice Award.

 
The screening will be held in the Ada Slaight Hall at Daniel’s Spectrum, 585 Dundas St. East, a state-of-the-art and fully accessible venue within a short walking distance of Cabbagetown.

 
With all films running 15:00 or less, the diverse program will be sure to engage and entertain. Mix and mingle at the intermission with other film fans and a few of the filmmakers who will be in attendance. This year’s program will include a few local productions as well as films from France, Pakistan, Spain and Australia.

 

Still only $15

 

The screening starts at 8pm, box office will open at 7pm.
How to buy Tickets:
From Aug 17-28th advance tickets will be available at the Cabbagetown BIA office, 237 Carlton, open M-F 10-4pm. Call : 416-921-0857 to check availability.
Tickets may also be purchased online, at as of August 18th, see our facebook page and website for details.
On September 9th the box office will open at 7pm for ticket purchase at the door before the screening gets rolling at 8pm.
The Cabbagetown Short Film & Video Festival is a not-for-profit festival, run entirely by volunteers. It was established in 1992 for the simple purpose of screening great short films.

 
*This event was made possible through the generous donation of our lead sponsor, Richard Silver of Sotheby’s Realty and our major sponsors, Ralph Lucas of Northern Stars, TD Bank and Steam Whistle. Many thanks to our generous local sponsors, Louise Keoplfer, Shoppers Drugmart, HomeLife Realty and Home Hardware and of course, Artscape.
24th Annual Cabbagetown Short Film & Video Festival

 
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
8:00-10:30 PM (with intermission)
Daniels Spectrum, 585 Dundas St E
Box office opens at 7PM ( cash only )
www.cabbagetownshortfilmandvideofestival.com

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