Wednesday Oct 21
*PLEASE NOTE* When booking tickets online, please book all tickets for your group in one transaction to ensure you're able to sit together.
Wednesday, October 21, 2020 (9-11PM)
This screening session features 5 shorts and 1 feature film.All films are English spoken and/or English subtitled.
LAX to Vancouver (United States) by Zach Dorn
An animated short about a trip from the LAX International Airport to Vancouver and a pair of worn American Apparel underwear.
Keywords: animation, student, short, comedy
Sleep Serene (Canada) by Daniel Haack
A woman seeks out a new, hi-tech form of therapy which promises to ease her troubled mind.
Keywords: drama, sci-fi, short
A Train Ride With Steven Zaire (Canada) by Fatty Soprano & Shutterr
A visual portrait of Toronto Hip Hop recording Artist Steven Zaire. While on a subway train, Steven talks about his humble beginnings and how he started making music.
Keywords: documentary, short, experimental
Sam Tudor - Joseph in the Bathroom (Canada) by Lucas Hrubizna
Through the vacant halls of a small town high school, two faceless outcasts are dragged from room to room by an invisible force. When they arrive in the gym, Sam Tudor comes face-to-face with the dark social realities of his school experience.
Keywords: music video, drama
The Wedding Cake (Sweden) by Monica Mazzitelli
A young woman is forced to become a prostitute in order to settle her ex-husband’s debts. Her destiny is narrated through Playmobil figurines and a wedding cake that disappears along with the woman’s illusions.
Keywords: animation, documentary, experimental, short
Mentally Al (United States) by Joshua Edelman
A character study of, “the funniest comedian you’ve never heard of,” and an exploration of how we define artistic success, 'Mentally Al' follows Al Lubel, a former Star Search grand champion as he struggles to get by, perpetually broke and sleeping on friends couches, as he continues to pursue his artistic dreams into his sixties.
Keywords: documentary, feature
Book your free ticket in advance! Admissions will only be available at the box office if the show has not sold out online, and will be first come first serve.
For more information, visit https://www.torontofilmfestival.org/