The 4th Toronto International Short Film Festival (Toronto Shorts Fest) announces the official lineup for the upcoming short form content celebration held November 9-11 in downtown Toronto.
Toronto Shorts Fest will feature 67 films from 11 countries. Toronto Shorts Fest will display a wide spectrum of short films from around the world in genres ranging from animation, documentaries, dramas, comedy, sci-fi from experienced professionals to the finest student films.
This year special film programs offer up the LA Shorts Fest Winner Showcase featuring ‘Shame’ staring Tyrese Gibson & Jennifer Hudson, produced by Denzel Washington.
Ad Industry's Best Storytellers - featuring shorts from the finest commercial production companies including O Positive Films, Giraldi Media, Folke Film, Partizan, The Mill, Somesuch and Toronto based Brought to You By.
Animation featuring Disney Cartoon Camera – acclaimed film historian Leonard Maltin, tracks the history of animation cinematography through the eyes of Disney camera operators and technicians.
This year’s stars in shorts include John Malkovich (Hell), Lindsay Lohan (Till Human Voices Wake) and Canadian actor Enrico Colantoni (Recital).
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 a premiere international short film 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.
SEE PHOTOS FROM THE 2015 FESTIVAL HERE