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Tower – directed by Kazik Radwanski

https://vimeo.com/48622372 Thirty-four-year old  Derek lives at home with his parents in Toronto, is single, and without a career. He wanders the streets alone and frequents nightclubs in search of companionship. When a neighbourhood raccoon becomes a nuisance by tearing up his family’s garbage, Derek sets out to catch it.

Painless – directed by Juan Carlos Medina

https://vimeo.com/48622374 Spain, 1931: Children are being born with a disease which makes them insensitive to physical pain and grow up with a deranged perception of human values. A medical team in an isolated psychiatric asylum tries to rehabilitate them.

Intervention Canada – Season Two Preview

https://vimeo.com/47895554 Returning for Season 2 on Monday, August 27, 2012, 9:00pm ET/PT, Intervention Canada presents 14 new episodes exploring the gut-wrenching reality of Canadians whose addiction to drugs, alcohol, and other compulsive behavior is threatening lives and destroying families.

KRIVINA – directed by Igor Drljaca

http://vimeo.com/47181494 Miro, an immigrant from the former Yugoslavia, lives in Toronto. When he finds out that his pre-war friend Dado, who has been missing for almost two decades, is now wanted for war-era crimes, his life starts to unravel. Opening at The Royal January 25!

And If We All Lived Together? directed by Stephane Robelin

https://vimeo.com/46717724     And If We All Lived Together? is a beautiful adventure that revolves around a group of aging friends, who at 75 - in order to avoid retirement homes - resolve to live together, bringing with it the tragic and comic aspects of the communal life they have chosen.      

TOWER – a MDFF film directed by Kazik Radwanski and Dan Montgomery

http://vimeo.com/45559490   Tower centres on a 34-year old man, Derek, who lives at home with his parents in Toronto, Canada. Unlike his married brother who is expecting a baby, Derek is single and without a career. Although he aspires to become a graphic-animator, he works part-time at his uncle’s construction company. Late at night he wanders the street alone and frequents nightclubs in search of companionship. Derek suddenly finds himself in an intimate relationship with Nicole, a woman he meets. When a neighbourhood raccoon becomes a constant nuisance by tearing up his family’s garbage, Derek sets out to catch it.

Union Square

https://vimeo.com/44402703 A minimalist, naturalistic gem, Nancy Savoca’s Union Square turned heads at the Toronto International Film Festival with its nuanced portrayal of the hurricane of emotions that can roll beneath the calm surface of “perfect” people.

i am a good person / i am a bad person – clip 1

https://vimeo.com/42360181     i am a good person/i am a bad person was inspired by director Ingrid Veninger’s various film festival adventures and continues to be her bold humanist work by deftly revealing the frailties of a mother and daughter who must confront secrets withheld from one another, and make life-changing decisions, before returning home.