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I am a huge fan of short films but the problem is, there are 100 times more shorts made than features, therefor trying to figure out which are worth your time can be quite the chore. That is how the YoungCuts Film Festival can help. The event which kicks off tomorrow, showcases the very best student short films from around the world. So if you are in Montreal and are trying to find something productive to do with your rainy weekend, I highly recommend heading down to check it out. Here is all the info.
The Young Cuts Film Festival takes place at Guzzo Spheretech, 3500 Boul. Côte-Vertu. Here’s how to get there:
If you are going by Metro, get off at StationCôte-Vertu and take the 121 bus going West.
Tickets can be purchased at Guzzo Spheretech the day of the screenings or you can buy tickets or passes from our site »
Recently Michael Ryan joined the Sound On Sight team, helping us out with our Fantasia Film Festival coverage, and well he has been pretty much a blessing. What people don’t know is that Michael is also the is the Festival Director for the YoungCuts Film Festival. The fest is celebrating its 10th anniversary with the announcement of 2011’s Top 100 short films by the world’s best young filmmakers 25 and under. Oasis HD will present the films at Montreal’s Guzzo Spheretech theatres from Friday, September 30th to Sunday, October 2nd.
Here is the press release:
The Festival starts with a free screening 1Pm on Friday, presented as part of les Journées de la Culture. Featuring films by young Quebec filmmakers, the opening screening is designed to show high school students the kinds of films that they can aspire to produce at the Cegep level.
Virgin Radio 96 presents the festival »
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