The FEEDBACK Monthly Film Festival is back for 2018.. Our home is The Carlton Cinemas, located in the heart of downtown Toronto at 20 Carlton Street. The event runs from 7pm to 9pm.
Continuing to showcase the best of short films from around the world, while maintaining our audience feedback format moderated by Kierston Drier. Showcasing a festival twice a month in Toronto in 2018!
Tickets for 2018 are PAY WHAT YOU LIKE. Purchase your tickets online via Paypal or Credit Card. Tickets are first come first serve.
If you like to obtain seats in advance and pick them up on the day of the event (come for FREE, or make a donation), please email us firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll reserve seats for you.
You can pick up the tickets on the day of the event at the cinema. Tickets are first come, first…
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Title; The Trip
Written By: Sepehr Golmakani
Julia a high school girl, learns that her younger sister has a bowel syndrome disorder and should undergo surgery as soon as possible. She decides to go to Texas with her two friends. But in their road trip, they get involved in some adventures.
Genre: Coming to Age Comedy Drama
Logline: Half mortal half god 100% alcoholic reincarnate, sets forth with a goal to stop the impending doom of the
Earth/Olympus that his brother god is causing.
Genre: Action, Comedy, Fantasy
An unknowing Zeus being reincarnated as half man half god and 100% alcoholic is set adrift in a world of booze sex and music struggles with a failing mediocre band called the Thunder Bolts. Not knowing he was part god becomes struck by lightning on his 25th birthday, after waking up in a hospital he realizes something is oddly changed within himself but unsure of his newly acquired powers heads back to his normal routine. While loading his gear after a gig in a dimly lit ally behind a bar, a strange figure approaches him informing him what he really is and what is at stake.
Now with the understanding of who he is and what needs to be done Zeus down a beer and sets into motion to find his likeminded brothers and all parties willing to help, and some with secret desires to aid in achieving the goals of saving a doomed earth/Olympus. Hades already in a great standing of power and awareness will stop at nothing to bring the underworld into the light.
Tile: The World’s Tallest Chef
Logline: Going against the grain of not playing basketball
in this Gastronomic adventure, a Chef at 7ft tall with a
size 20 shoe, fights for his soul, his Culinary legacy and
the world from a vengeful demon and a pint-sized rival with
a Napoleon complex.
Written by: Isaac Sweeney
Logline: In Shooting, will Angel choose the future he wants or the revenge his family deserves? An urban drama set in the gritty reality of the streets.
Genre: Urban drama
Type: Short screenplay
Piero Mura has worked in the sound department on over 100 films in the last 25+ years. His list of credits include Ben Hur, Fast & Furious 6, Skyfall, Warrior, War of the Worlds, and Training Day to name a few. It was an honor talking to him about his career and sound in general.
Matthew Toffolo: How would you describe what a Sound Effect Editor does in one sentence?
Piero Mura: A Sound Effects Editor directs the attention of the audience to what he/she believes is important in terms of story and entertainment.
MT: You were the Sound Designer on the the remake of Ben-Hur. A film that did not do well box office-wise. You work on months on a film that I’m sure you’re proud of and then it quickly goes away after it opens. How does that feel?
PM: Ben Hur 2016 did not go away after…
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Donald Sylvester has worked on over 100 films in the last 25 years and is considered one of the top people working in the craft of Post-Production Sound today. I asked him a few simple questions via email and he countered with some really insightful and meaningful answers. Enjoy it:
Where were you born and raised? When was working in the film industry start to become a career pursuit for you?
I grew up in the Garden State of New Jersey, where all my core principles were established. My father moved us to Atlanta when I was 11, and it was a wonderful experience during that period – both for Atlanta and for me. It was an unprecedented period of great growth for the city and the awakening of a progressive South – and growth for me personally as well. I dabbled in a lot of stuff, but always gravitated…
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Title of Story: Circle of Eight
Written by: Kathryn L. Scurry
Logline: When the ultimate betrayel comes to surface, 8 friends will turn into foes and only 1 will be left standing.
Genre: Thriller , Suspense , Drama
Type: Feature Screenplay
Title: A Century of Dreams
Written by: Brian Brockway
Logline: An introverted young woman asks her 100 year-old grandfather to recount their family history in San Francisco’s Gold Rush of 1849. To draw her out of her shell he will tell their saga on one condition – that she writes a book about it.
Genre: Action, Adventure, Western, Family
Type: Feature Screenplay
WGA Registration: 1878760