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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23RD
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Film North Dašak – Breathtaking
COMEDY/DRAMA – DIRECTOR: VOJIN VASOVIC – SERBIA/MONTENEGRO – 31:54 min
Through an ironical psychological drama interwoven with the Pirandellian opinion on life “nothing is sure and there is no real truth” we are getting the story; not how we can do more than we thought, but how we can destroy more than we wanted to.
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My Father, The Terrorist?
DIRECTOR: SAFIYA RANDERA – CANADA – 42:00 min
This film is a contemplation on civil liberties, racism, and the politics of secret intelligence in Canada. Through a series of letters written to a personified Canada, Safiya Randera examines her relationship with the country she once loved for its promise of freedom.
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Clones Gone Wild
COMEDY – DIRECTOR: HARRY FISHBERG & CHAD MATHEWS – USA – 17:00 min
A timid man discovers that he has a clone who is much better than he is and must confront him.
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Play Again
DOCUMENTARY – DIRECTOR: TONJE SCHEI – USA – 80:00 min
At a time when children spend more time in the virtual world than the natural world, Play Again unplugs a group of media savvy teens and takes them on their first wilderness adventure, documenting the wonder that comes from time spent in nature and inspiring action for a sustainable future.

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2pm to 5pm

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Pig Business
DOCUMENTARY – DIRECTOR: TRACY WORCESTER – UK/IRELAND – 58:00 min
Despite Poland’s traditional food being amongst the best quality in Europe, the agenda of the global banks and big agribusiness, aided and abetted by EU bureaucrats, is to consolidate Poland’s three million farmers into mechanized factory farms.
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Afghan
NARRATIVE FICTION – DIRECTOR: PARDIS PARKER – CANADA – 11:40 min
Two young filmmakers debate about how to deal with racist graffiti, then act out their suggestions with enough dry wit and deadpan style to evoke the ghosts of Buster Keaton and Samuel Beckett.
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Still Life
DRAMA – DIRECTOR: JAEHEE LEE – SOUTH KOREA/USA – 17:57 min
There is a pregnant woman. Like withering flowering plants in her house, she is also losing vitality of her life. One day, a stray cat appears before her and it reveals her sad past. Will she see any ray of hope?
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Sounds Like A Revolution
DOCUMENTARY – DIRECTOR: SUMMER PRENEY – CANADA – 76:00 min
Sounds Like a Revolution is a pro-active and energizing documentary about a new generation of activist musicians who are living proof that music is an important and powerful tool in the ongoing struggle for social change.

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6pm

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DINNER
Cocktails and dinner at 3 Guys and a Stove, Huntsville
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6pm to 8:30pm

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Klya's Law
DRAMA – DIRECTOR: ALESSANDRO DE CRISTOFARO – ITALY/USA – 20:00 min
A fictitious nation named Klya, where civil unrest and chaos rule the land. In an attempt to create peace, its leaders adopt a radical law that says no one in Klya will die alone.
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Lovers in a Dangerous Time
DRAMA/ROMANCE – DIRECTOR: MAY CHARTERS – CANADA – 94:00 min
This romantic 'Canadian' tale centers around two former childhood friends; Todd, a small town could-have-been, and Allison, an overly nostalgic children’s book illustrator, who are reunited at their ten year high school reunion and embark on a childish yet romantic adventure recapturing the life they use to live.

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RECEPTION
Opening night at The Algonquin Theatre, Huntsville
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Mind The Gap
ROMANTIC COMEDY/DRAMA – DIRECTOR: SHAUN MJUMDER – CANADA – 07:16 min
When a sexy beautiful young woman sits next to a sweet elderly man on a train, the ride is anything but boring.
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It’s Kind of a Funny Story (Rated PG-13)
COMEDY/DRAMA – DIRECTOR: ANNA BODEN & RYAN FLECK – USA – 101:00 min
A clinically depressed teenager gets a new start after he checks himself into an adult psychiatric ward.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH
Film North 10am to 1pm

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Film North Meltdown in Tibet
DOCUMENTARY – DIRECTOR: MICHAEL BUCKLEY – CANADA – 52:00 min
Using undercover footage and stills, this film blows the lid off China’s huge and potentially catastrophic dam-building projects in Tibet. It raises disturbing questions about a looming eco-disaster – involving dwindling water resources of the Tibetan plateau.

Avec Elle
DRAMA/ROMANCE – DIRECTOR: SOPHIE RICHER – CANADA – 07:00 min
In the big city, two young girls meet and fall in love. They are drawn to each other through their different art forms, and sometimes even torn apart as they try to find a way to balance both of the loves in their lives: art and each other.

La Mina
DOCUMENTARY – DIRECTOR: PAUL PLETT – CANADA – 15:26 min
75 percent of all mining companies in the world are based in Canada. Some 1,200 Canadian mining companies operate in 100 countries around the world. This film takes a look at how people in Guatemala and Honduras feel about Canadian mining in their communities.

Lychee Thieves
DRAMA – DIRECTOR: KATHLEEN KWAI CHING MAN – USA – 29:00 min
Pomaika’i Brown (50 First Dates) gives a moving performance as Keoki in this serious yet funny tale about four Hawaiian locals who clash over an abundant lychee tree.

A Ciel Ouvert
DOCUMENTARY – DIRECTOR: GABRIEL VANDERPAS – BELGIUM/CANADA – 58:00 min
How to live with death? Patrice, a young undertaker about to become a father, invites us to follow him.

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Film North Rand Holmes Retrospective Art Show
DOCUMENTARY – DIRECTOR: PATRICK ROSENKRANZ – CANADA/USA – 24:30 min
Rand Holmes was Canada’s most revolutionary artist in his heyday, the star cartoonist at the Georgia Straight newspaper in British Columbia during the 1970s – this is a retrospective on his art career.

Myths For Profit
DOCUMENTARY – DIRECTOR: AMY MILLER – CANADA – 58:45 min
Myths For Profit is a dramatic, exposé documentary which explores "Canada's role in Industries of War and Peace".

Son of The Sunshine (Rated R)
DRAMA/ROMANCE – DIRECTOR: RYAN WARD – CANADA – 88:00 min
A socially disconnected young man with Tourette’s Syndrome undergoes an experimental surgery to correct his disorder, but as his symptoms start to fade so does his ability to heal the sick and dying.

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Film North DINNER
Dinner at The Cookhouse, Dwight

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Film North Arbor Alma (Bravo Fact)
DOCUMENTARY – DIRECTOR: JOHN BESSAI – CANADA – 04:00 min
Trees are part of our identities but often we only experience this in their absence and sometimes we take them for granted when they are present.

In the Wake of the Flood
DOCUMENTARY – DIRECTOR: RON MAN – CANADA – 48:00 min
Taking us behind the curtain of Margaret Atwood’s travelling medicine show, this film offers a candid, revealing portrait of the author as activist oracle – Atwood is the ultimate camp counseller, mounting a pageant to save the planet with a birdsong in her heart and a silent spring in her step.

Labour of Love (Rated R)
DOCUMENTARY – DIRECTOR: VIRGINIA HASTINGS – CANADA – 76:00 min
Follow Huntsville’s own, Ultra Cyclist, Caroline van den Bulk as she races to be the first Canadian woman to cross the finish line in the Race Across America, the world’s hardest endurance race.

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In the Partners Hall at The Algonquin Theatre, Huntsville

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Eyes Beyond (Rated R)
HORROR – DIRECTOR: DANIEL REININGHAUS, CO-DIRECTOR: ELIZABETH RIZZUTO – CANADA – 28:00 min
The Morales brothers invite their next door neighbours over for dinner but a moral dilemma turns dinner into a spiraling nightmare for the Rogers family.

Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Rated R)
HORROR – DIRECTOR: TOBE HOOPER – USA – 83:00 min
En route to visit their grandfather’s grave, five teenagers end up at the old family home... where they’re plunged into a never-ending nightmare as they meet a family of cannibals who more than make up in power tools what they lack in social skills...

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH
Film North 10am to 1pm

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Film North The Lake
DRAMEDY – DIRECTOR: KEVIN HOFFMAN – CANADA – 08:22 min
There are things that you can spend an entire lifetime searching for, the question is, where would you look?

Shadow Dance (Bravo Fact)
DIRECTOR: JOHN ASHMORE – CANADA – 05:10 min
A visual voyage of rhythm, motion and stasis across Canada using time-lapse.

What if Cannabis Cured Cancer? (Rated R)
DOCUMENTARY – DIRECTOR: LEN RICHMOND – USA – 60:00 min
Discover the truth about this ancient medicine, marijuana, as world renowned scientists in the field of cannabinoid research explain and illustrate their truly mind-blowing discoveries.

El Perro del Hortelano
DRAMEDY – DIRECTOR: RENZO ZANELLI – PERU – 99:00 min
Living and working together everyday for three months, a team produced El Perro del Hortelano, a feature narrative fiction about the threats of foreign development in the Amazon, the dangers of oil drilling interests, and the power of art and culture to lead a community.

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Film North Eric Klemm: Metamorphosis (Bravo Fact)
DOCUMENTARY – DIRECTOR: JENNIFER RASHLEIGH – CANADA – 06:00 min
Reflections and anecdotes on a creative life with many startling incarnations.

Virtual JFK: Vietnam if Kennedy Had Lived
DOCUMENTARY – DIRECTOR: KOJI MASUTANI – USA – 80:00 min
Of all “what if” scenarios in the history of U.S. foreign policy, one is perhaps most debated: What would President John F. Kennedy have done in Vietnam if he had not been assassinated in 1963, and had he been re-elected in 1964?

At Home, By Myself ... With You
ROMANTIC COMEDY – DIRECTOR: KRIS BOOTH – CANADA – 85:00 min
A multi phobia-plagued single woman who hasn’t left her apartment in six years finds her carefully organized existence disrupted by her hot new 'on-the-go' neighbour.

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Film North DINNER
Drinks and Closing Night Dinner at La Dolce Vita, Huntsville

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Film North Sissy Boy Slap Party (Bravo Fact)
COMEDY – DIRECTOR: GUY MADDIN – CANADA – 04:00 min
Sissy Boy Slap Party is a micro-montage of mime with music and sound effects of seven slap-happy suntanning sailors.

Here Comes a Miracle (Bravo Fact)
ANIMATION – DIRECTOR: THEODORE USHEV – CANADA – 04:30 min
Over the traffic and the noise of the City of Megapolis, the mysterious Voice proclaims a Brand New Spring when a daisy and a weed fall in love.

Garbage Angels (Bravo Fact)
ANIMATION – DIRECTOR: PIERRE M. TRUDEAU – CANADA – 04:54 min
A glimpse into the social interaction of objects in a garbage dump. This is a world where the ugly becomes beautiful.

Days of Heaven (Rated PG)
DRAMA – DIRECTOR: TERRENCE MALICK – USA – 94:00 min
Bill and Abby, a young couple, find employment on a farm in the Panhandle, Texas. When they discover that the farmer is seriously ill and has only got a year left to live they decide that Abby will accept his wedding proposal in order to make some benefit out of the situation.

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Chair’s Founders’/RBC Closing Night Reception In the Partners Hall at The Algonquin Theatre, Huntsville

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Film North The Freshwater Plague
DOCUMENTARY – DIRECTOR: JAKE CHIRICO – CANADA – 10:00 min
As the sun sets over North Bay the city is overrun by hundreds of thousands of insects called shadflies. Once the scope of this invasion is revealed the documentary explores the shadfly’s physical identity, life cycle, behaviours and the poetically tragic life of the fly.
Green Porno: Marine Life
NATURE FILM – DIRECTOR: ISABELLA ROSSELLINI – USA – 23:00 min
Green Porno is a series of wonderfully odd and humorous short films created by Isabella Rossellini. Deep down in the ocean, strange things happen, acts of love that are unfamiliar to the human eye.

Genius Within: The Inner Life of Glenn Gould
DOCUMENTARY – DIRECTOR: MICHELE HOZER & PETER RAYMONT – CANADA – 106:00 min
Intimately revealing the man behind the myth, the film casts a fresh light on the mysterious pianist whose ideas were as controversial, and his private life as passionate, as his music.

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Closing Night After Party at The Mill on Main, Huntsville

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Drinks & DJ, Audience invited, Donations welcome

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