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The Producers of Felix Austria! are delighted to announce its World Premiere at the 2013 Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in Toronto, April 27. Hot Docs is regarded as the top film festival for documentaries in North America, and the Felix Austria! is especially honored to launch there. Check out the trailer and poster, and then read on for more information.
Felix Austria! - Trailer
Felix Austria! will be presented in the elite World Showcase program, which is the Festival's immensely popular survey of the year's finest non-fiction films from around the world. Felix Austria! is also eligible for the Audience Award.
In the event you can pop over to Toronto to join Felix Austria! for the festival, here are the times and venues of upcoming screenings:
Saturday, April 27th. 3:30 Pm. Tiff Bell Lightbox 3.
Monday, April 29th. 6:00 Pm. Scotiabank Theater, Cinema 3.
Sunday, May 5th. 3:30 Pm. Tiff »
Our friends at the Barbican have sent over a fabulous competition to give you lucky HeyUGuys readers the chance to see one of two films playing at The Barbican this weekend as part of their ‘Wonder on Film’ season. The two movies in question are Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Mission to Lars, both of which are part of the Barbican’s fabulous Wonder on Film season. Both of these movies are a must see and this is the perfect opportunity to see them as we’re giving three pairs of tickets away (you can select which film you’d like in the entry form below).
Eternal Sunshine will be introduced by Dr. Anders Sandberg, Future of Humanity Institute, University of Oxford and Mission to Lars will be introduced by Tom’s sister, journalist Kate Spicer.
Screening time: 3pm 2nd March in Cinema 3 (Beech St. »
#5. Interior. Leather Bar
Who: While everyone may be familiar with actor/director James Franco, they not be as aware of the filmmaker he’s paired with to direct Interior. Leather Bar, Travis Mathews. With a background in documentary, Mathews professes to use this and his Masters in Counseling Psychology to make films that focus on gay men and intimacy. He already has a series of short films about gay men and bedrooms and a well received 2012 feature film, I Want Your Love to his name.
Where: Franco’s interview also features a clip, while Franco’s co-director posted the trailer on his vimeo channel.
When: Shot in Los Angeles, CA over the course of a day in July, 2012, produced by RabbitBandini Productions »
- Nicholas Bell
3 items from 2013
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