Category Archives: film festival

Budapest Short Film Festival invites Mr. Crab

Hot on the heels of our CBC Television screening in Canada, Mr. Crab has been accepted to play in competition at the Budapest Short Film Festival – BuSho. It’s a…

Mr. Crab at Reelworld in Toronto April 13 & 15

Mr. Crab, will be making its Toronto premiere on Friday the 13th of April at the ReelWorld Film Festival, Canada’s premiere festival promoting and fostering racially and culturally diverse artists….

Things Worse

James Hoffman recently finished his short film “Things Worse”, which I acted in and produced. We had a cast / crew / friend screening at Montreal Improv last week to…

Reykjavik International Film Festival Talent Lab

I had the privilege of being invited to the Talent Lab in Iceland this year, and just returned from what was an unforgettable trip. There are many of these “Labs”…

NSI Online Debut of Useless Things

Useless Things makes its internet debut today after a successful festival run. The script, directed by Green Dragon’s Faisal Lutchmedial, won the Writer’s Guild of Canada English Prize at the…

Dog Sitter at Fantasia Screening

Adam Reider’s disturbingly funny short film Dog Sitter played at the Fantasia Film Festival last night.

Dog Sitter to play at Fantasia Film Festival

“Dog Sitter” (13 min, 2011) will be playing at the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal on August 6th, at 9:30 pm at the Hall Cinema at Concordia University. The short…

Dog Sitter playing at Mascara & Popcorn Festival July 6th

Montreal Mirror called the film “disturbingly funny” which I think hits the nail right on the head. Director Adam Reider to attend screening. Details found at the official website: http://www.mascara-popcorn.com/  

Making the Band wins big at ZIFF!

Making the Band, the second feature film by Ugandan-Canadian couple Phad Mutumba (director) and Xena Zandrah Bantarizah (producer) has won multiple awards at the prestigious Zanzibar International Film Festival. The…

Making the Band Official Trailer

    The screenings are from all reports going excellently all the way out in Zanzibar, which is great to hear (but only slightly dulls the pain of not actually…