Monday, November 21, 2011

Call for submissions: Canadian Film Fest 2012


TORONTO, November 22, 2011 – The Canadian Film Fest (CFF), a forum dedicated solely to the advancement of Canadian film, today announced the sixth festival will be held in Toronto from March 27 to 31, 2012. 

Filmmakers from across the country are invited to submit their short and feature length films for consideration by the Festival jury. Submission forms and rules are available on the CFF web site: Deadline for submissions is January 13th, 2012.

The CFF was created to provide a forum for Canadian filmmakers to showcase their films and meet to exchange ideas and discuss their work. "After a necessary hiatus we’re back. We were determined to come back because the Canadian Film Fest fills a distinct need in the exhibition of top-quality Canadian films and emerging, exciting new filmmakers to a strong, growing number of interested and engaged audience members," said Bern Euler, Founder and Festival Director of the Canadian Film Fest. "And the 2012 event is going to be the biggest yet."

About The Canadian Film Fest
Now in its sixth year, the Canadian Film Fest continues to push its mandate – create the buzz needed to elevate the status of Canadian film and filmmaking talent. We not only provide showcasing and networking opportunities for filmmakers, we educate the public about the Canadian film industry. We promote. We celebrate. We educate. To advance the industry as a whole. Held annually at various Cineplex Entertainment theatre locations in downtown Toronto, the Festival showcases short and feature films from a variety of genres. Also featured are opening and closing galas, parties, panel discussions, workshops and other networking opportunities. The Festival is a not-for-profit organization that relies on the generous donations of its corporate sponsors. For more information please visit the Canadian Film Fest web site at:

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