Best of Festival
Trouble and the Shadowy Deathblow Director: Stephanie Laing
Best Foreign Film
Bianca Director: Karina Mello, Co-Director Camilo Bevilacqua
Through the Pane Director: Pauline Egan
Lines Director: Amy Jo Johnson
Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker Directors: Tom DeLonge, Sergio Martins, and Edgar Martins
Deep Down Director: Fiona Godivier
Best of Canada
Nayan and the Evil Eye Director: Shaleen Sangha
The 2014 Toronto Shorts Fest showcased 60 films from 12 countries in 9 theme programs November 12-14, at the Carlton Cinema Theaters in downtown Toronto.
Toronto stands as the largest media market in Canada, it boasts the world-renowned Royal Ontario Museum, the massive Art Gallery of Ontario, the Soulpepper Theatre Company, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and now a premiere international short film festival.
Toronto International Short Film Festival has announced this year’s Festival dates as 12 – 14, November 2014. Taking place at the Carlton Cinema complex in the heart of downtown Toronto. The 2014 Festival will expand from a 2-day to a 3-day Festival.
Toronto Shorts Fest provides a showcase for the best short-form cinema and its creators in the world. We feel that short form cinema and its creators should have their own premier film festival in Toronto deserving similar recognition given to the feature film and its creators. The heart of the festival will be our quality and scope of extraordinary film programming.
In order to showcase the best short films and its filmmakers from around the world, we created the Toronto International Short Film Festival. Toronto Shorts Fest is a where films from a wide spectrum intersect. Animations, documentaries, comedies, narrative, genre, and graduation short films from some of the finest film schools. Just relax and enjoy the thrill.