Limited seating due to COVID (each person will be 2 meters apart, and masks are MANDATORY).
Toronto has done it again with its talented class of young filmmakers we wish to celebrate and this year is the first year we’ll be hosting a feature film pertinent to the current political climate: Islam and the Future of Tolerance and Better Left Unsaid.
Join us for the celebration, Q&A with the filmmakers, and a lively discussion.
We thank our sponsors, RODE Microphones, The City of Toronto, and Early Mercy (where will be hosting pre-and post – film parties).
Islam and the Future of Tolerance (Canadian Premier): In a world driven by violence and misunderstanding, prominent atheist author Sam Harris and Islamist-turned-liberal Muslim Maajid Nawaz seek to provide a remedy to the polarizing rhetoric and obscurantism around the topic of Islam.
Better Left Unsaid (Canadian Premier / Test Screening): Examining political extremism on both the left and the right, a Toronto-based filmmaker tackles the most taboo of topics.
Here’s the Breakdown:
Feature Documentary Screening: Islam and the Future of Tolerance (Dec 17)
Feature Documentary Screening: Better Left Unsaid (Dec 18)
Short Films Top 10 of 2021: Festival programmers still in selection (Dec 24)
Short Films Top 10 of 2021 [Repeat Online]: Festival programmers still in selection (Dec 25)
Short Films Top 10 of 2021 [Repeat Online]: Festival programmers still in selection (Dec 26)
Celebration of Toronto shorts and features: Festival programmers still in selection (Dec 31)
All events start at 7pm EST sharp and run from 1.5h to 3h including Q and A.
Please email fest [at] indiefilmTO [ . ] com for more details.