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Cinéfest Sudbury Announces CTV Best In Shorts Competition Finalists

by NationTalk on September 21, 2009546 Views

9/17/2009

Cinéfest Sudbury is thrilled to announce the 2009 finalists for the CTV BEST IN SHORTS COMPETITION. The screening of the finalist’s films will take place on Saturday, September 26th at 11:00 a.m. at SilverCity Sudbury Cinemas, located at 355 Barrydowne Road in Sudbury.The 2009 Finalists are:
THE RUE OF FOLLY, Kari Peters, Thunder Bay
RUSTED, J.P. Borchardt, Parry Sound
SHOENANIGANS, Scott Armstrong, Sudbury
PATERNITY TEST, Chris Chitaroni, Sudbury
SHELL SHOCK, J.P. Borchardt, Parry Sound
SIX FEET, Robert Bernard Armieri, Sudbury
SOPHIE & SARA, Eric Boissoneault, North Bay
FISH LOVE, Josee Prud’Homme, Thunder Bay
TELL ME, Kevin Hoffman, North Bay
OVER THE SUNSET, Jon Kapashesit, Moosonee
VS., Ben Bruhmuller, Sudbury

Curator: Kristine Estorninos, Ouat Media

Jurors: Brandon Nutt (Executive Producer, FINDING BLISS), Benjamin Paquette (Director & Writer, THE WOMAN OF AHHS), Todd Robson (CTV Northern Ontario)

The CTV Best in Shorts awards will be presented after the screening in the following categories:
Open Category – (1st Prize: $2,500; 2nd Prize: $1000; 3rd Prize: $500)
Student Category – Best Student Film $ 1,000
The Northern Flicks Award – $1000 Sponsored by Sault College

The 21st edition of Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival runs from September 19th – 27th, 2009.

For further information, please contact the Cinéfest Sudbury office at (705) 688-1234.

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