Babe, I Hate to Go

For the last 30 years, Delroy Dunkley, a migrant worker, has been travelling from his home in Jamaica to Southwestern Ontario to work on a farm so he can support his family. But this year, Delroy is diagnosed with cancer...

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Jon Higgins
Go Fish a unique, emotional balancing act

Go Fish achieves one of the most difficult balancing acts in film, a charming, at times sweet, comedy which also deals with life's anxieties. Go Fish is a truly unique film. The light comedy features Erica, a young woman who turned bitter and confused after...

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Tanya Sahni
Margaret's got a bad ass Mojo

It’s unusual and unexpected, but that’s what makes it so much fun. A short film that is sure to make you smile, Margaret Finds Her Mojo (2014) is a treat. Penny Eizenga plays Margaret Wilson on her way to a job interview, when an unexpected encounter makes this sweet...

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Dishan Anderson
Clearing the Way: Preview Night Documentary

A hard-hitting documentary based on Maj. Mark Gasparotto’s book of the same name, Clearing the Way chronicles the collective experience of Canadian Combat Engineers in Afghanistan in 2006-2007. One of the most dangerous places on earth, the Kandahar Province...

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Nandita Dutta
The Run - Short Film in Competition

Whether it’s academic, personal, financial, or otherwise, we’re all running from something. The protagonist of Penny Eizenga’s film The Run, however, is doing it literally; she’s running from her own demons, ones that nobody should ever have to face. From a bathrobe...

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Forest City Film Festival
Ironied - Short in Competition

Donald (Tyler Parr) is a social worker and a normal, everyday guy. After he spends a night out at the bar, he wakes up late for work. He quickly rushes out of his house, but the odds seem to be against him on this particular morning. He can’t seem to understand how his...

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Forest City Film Festival