Kingston Canadian Film Festival | Canadian Shorts: Defining Moments
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Canadian Shorts: Defining Moments

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Films, Friday, Shorts, The Screening Room

Canadian Shorts: Defining Moments

Director: various

Runtime: 90 minutes

Rating: not available

Guests in attendance

Rebeccah Love, director

ACRES

Friday, March 2

11:40 am

Screening Room – Metro

Advance Tickets are gone; but you can still attend with a pass or rush at the door! 

Presented with support from

Synopsis

As always, we’re thrilled to present some of the best short films the entire country has to offer.  Our 2018 lineup includes more films, all carefully curated to demonstrate the work of some of the best filmmakers at the top of their game and some of the most promising new talent.  This package of shorts, follows characters caught in life-changing periods or navigating through transition — a glimpse into those key moments that start to define who we are.

 

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Marion Duhaime Morisette, director

Acres

Rebeccah Love, director

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Florence Pelletier, director

The Drop In

Naledi Jackson, director

Lira’s Forest

Connor Jessup, director

Eros

Shervin Kermani, director

Tesla World Light

Matthew Rankin, director

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