Toronto 48 Hour Film Project Best Films Of 2016

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48 Hour Film Project, Toronto says
If you like short-films and want to support a ton of local filmmakers, you’ll want to attend this screening. We’ll be showing 15 short films that will entertain and inspire even the pickiest film buff; testament to what a creative and competitive group of people can accomplish when they’re under the gun and fueled by a collective passion for filmmaking. A half-hour awards ceremony, similar to the Oscars (but much shorter in length) will following the 90 minute screening.

Featuring the following films (in alphabetical order):
“48 Hour Take Down" by Wolfynix Productions (Martial Arts)
”Deadline" by The Alan Smithees (Adventure Serial)
"Fumbled" by Eyemagine (Sports Film)
"Happy F#@%ing New Year" by HotMomDotCom (Holiday Film)
”Hello My Baby!" by Neon Twee (Silent Film)
"Lariat" by 143 Funro (Coming of Age)
"Pick Your Own Adventure; The Riddle of the Two Skulls" by Mighty Morphin Hermione Grangers (Action / Adventure)
"Retreat" by Time Bandits (Dark Comedy)
”Scarlet" by Helix Reel Entertainment (Slapstick)
”Silver & Gold" by Razmanian Devils (Holiday Film)
”Sneaky" by Secret Handshake (Comedy)
“The Duel" by Do these glasses make... (Sci Fi)
”Troy" by The Last Minute Miracles (Animal Film)
”Undone" by Foster Films Canada (Time Travel Movie)
“Upgraded” by Brainstorming (Family Film)

Tickets: $10 cash only (Available at the theatre box-office, at 1pm)

*** Doors open at 1:15pm and the screening starts at 2pm sharp***

Note: these films are not rated and may not be suitable for children. Open to the general pubilc!

We look forward to seeing you at the theatre!

Best regards,

Produced by Steve Nash & Christopher Cherry
#48hfpTO @48hfptoronto

Note: This is the 48 Hour Film Project’s 16th year in operation and we're now in over 150 cities around the world. The best film from the 2016 Toronto 48 Hour Film Project will compete against the winners from the other 48 Hour Film Project cites at our international film festival, Filmapalooza (Seattle, Washington, March 1-4, 2017), and if it does well there it will be screened at the Cannes Film Festival.
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