14 September 2013 10:20 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

News out of the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival isn't all about the A-list premieres and million-dollar acquisitions, there's also a strong indie showing in attendance.   The festival shined a spotlight on one such film, the 17-minute short, Noah.  From Canadian film students Walter Woodman and Patrick Cederberg, Noah tells the story of the title character and his girlfriend, a relationship steeped in social media and told through the lens of Noah's computer screen.  We watch Noah in "real time" as he navigates Facebook, YouTube YouPorn, iTunes, Skype and various rabbit holes of the internet while drama unfolds in his romantic life.  It's an honest commentary on the way people, especially the Millennial Generation, interact in contemporary times and why all these multiple levels of connectedness does not necessarily lead to making an actual connection.  (It's also rather Nsfw, thanks mostly to ChatRoulette.)  Hit the jump to watch. Check out »

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