Lakeshorts screens indie films

News May 02, 2013 Etobicoke Guardian

Lakeshorts’ third annual International Film Festival premieres this Friday.

Fifth Ground Entertainment Inc., in association with Lakeshore Arts, presents Lakeshorts this Friday and Saturday nights at The Assembly Hall at the foot of Kipling Avenue at Lake Shore Boulevard West.

Canadian actress Michelle Nolden (Saving Hope, Nikita, Republic of Doyle) and television producer Chris Szarka (Rent-a-Goalie, The Rawside of...) spearheaded the May 3 to 4 festival, which brings cutting-edge independent filmmaking from comedy to animation to biting dramas that tackle today’s hot-button issues to south Etobicoke.

Gabe Hogan (Heartland) and Inga Cadranel (Orphan Black, Lost Girl) host the Loved and Local screening Friday night featuring emerging and local filmmakers, as well as selected winners from the gala held Saturday night.

Hosted by renowned film critic Richard Crouse, the gala performance on Saturday night will feature a program of films by filmmakers from Canada and around the world, including the festival award winners.

Visit www.lakeshorts.ca for a full list of 2013 films and award winners.

Pre-performance receptions start both nights at 6:30 p.m. and include refreshments, appetizers and live music. Screenings begin at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are $30 adult; $15 student (Loved and Local); $60 each, includes after-party (Gala performance) or $85 for a festival pass, which includes admission to all screenings.

Tickets are available through Lakeshore Arts office at 2422 Lake Shore Blvd. W., by calling 416-201-7093 or visit www.lakeshorts.ca

Awards donated by local sponsors, including Deluxe, William F. White, Scotiabank, The City of Toronto and Agency 71.

Lakeshorts reviewed more than 160 submissions for this year’s festival.

Lakeshorts screens indie films

News May 02, 2013 Etobicoke Guardian

Lakeshorts’ third annual International Film Festival premieres this Friday.

Fifth Ground Entertainment Inc., in association with Lakeshore Arts, presents Lakeshorts this Friday and Saturday nights at The Assembly Hall at the foot of Kipling Avenue at Lake Shore Boulevard West.

Canadian actress Michelle Nolden (Saving Hope, Nikita, Republic of Doyle) and television producer Chris Szarka (Rent-a-Goalie, The Rawside of...) spearheaded the May 3 to 4 festival, which brings cutting-edge independent filmmaking from comedy to animation to biting dramas that tackle today’s hot-button issues to south Etobicoke.

Gabe Hogan (Heartland) and Inga Cadranel (Orphan Black, Lost Girl) host the Loved and Local screening Friday night featuring emerging and local filmmakers, as well as selected winners from the gala held Saturday night.

Hosted by renowned film critic Richard Crouse, the gala performance on Saturday night will feature a program of films by filmmakers from Canada and around the world, including the festival award winners.

Visit www.lakeshorts.ca for a full list of 2013 films and award winners.

Pre-performance receptions start both nights at 6:30 p.m. and include refreshments, appetizers and live music. Screenings begin at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are $30 adult; $15 student (Loved and Local); $60 each, includes after-party (Gala performance) or $85 for a festival pass, which includes admission to all screenings.

Tickets are available through Lakeshore Arts office at 2422 Lake Shore Blvd. W., by calling 416-201-7093 or visit www.lakeshorts.ca

Awards donated by local sponsors, including Deluxe, William F. White, Scotiabank, The City of Toronto and Agency 71.

Lakeshorts reviewed more than 160 submissions for this year’s festival.

Lakeshorts screens indie films

News May 02, 2013 Etobicoke Guardian

Lakeshorts’ third annual International Film Festival premieres this Friday.

Fifth Ground Entertainment Inc., in association with Lakeshore Arts, presents Lakeshorts this Friday and Saturday nights at The Assembly Hall at the foot of Kipling Avenue at Lake Shore Boulevard West.

Canadian actress Michelle Nolden (Saving Hope, Nikita, Republic of Doyle) and television producer Chris Szarka (Rent-a-Goalie, The Rawside of...) spearheaded the May 3 to 4 festival, which brings cutting-edge independent filmmaking from comedy to animation to biting dramas that tackle today’s hot-button issues to south Etobicoke.

Gabe Hogan (Heartland) and Inga Cadranel (Orphan Black, Lost Girl) host the Loved and Local screening Friday night featuring emerging and local filmmakers, as well as selected winners from the gala held Saturday night.

Hosted by renowned film critic Richard Crouse, the gala performance on Saturday night will feature a program of films by filmmakers from Canada and around the world, including the festival award winners.

Visit www.lakeshorts.ca for a full list of 2013 films and award winners.

Pre-performance receptions start both nights at 6:30 p.m. and include refreshments, appetizers and live music. Screenings begin at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are $30 adult; $15 student (Loved and Local); $60 each, includes after-party (Gala performance) or $85 for a festival pass, which includes admission to all screenings.

Tickets are available through Lakeshore Arts office at 2422 Lake Shore Blvd. W., by calling 416-201-7093 or visit www.lakeshorts.ca

Awards donated by local sponsors, including Deluxe, William F. White, Scotiabank, The City of Toronto and Agency 71.

Lakeshorts reviewed more than 160 submissions for this year’s festival.