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B. C. film students works to be featured at Whistler, Toronto festivals

Two short films produced by Langara Film Arts students have been selected for the Whistler Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival’s Short Cuts Canada program.

“In its 10-year history, Langara College Film Arts has had four films selected for TIFF and five for Whistler,” department chair Garwin Sanford said Thursday in a news release. “This speaks to the quality of work being produced by our students.”

Dinnertime, directed by Alex Mainwaring and written by Thanh Nguyen, was chosen as one of TIFF’s top 10 student-made shorts to screen on a cross-country tour that includes a stop this week at Vancouver’s Pacific Cinematheque.

A genre-bending mix of horror and comedy, Dinnertime is a twisted take on the classic tale of Little Red Riding Hood.

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Front Page, Industry News

B. C. film students works to be featured at Whistler, Toronto festivals

Two short films produced by Langara Film Arts students have been selected for the Whistler Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival’s Short Cuts Canada program.

“In its 10-year history, Langara College Film Arts has had four films selected for TIFF and five for Whistler,” department chair Garwin Sanford said Thursday in a news release. “This speaks to the quality of work being produced by our students.”

Dinnertime, directed by Alex Mainwaring and written by Thanh Nguyen, was chosen as one of TIFF’s top 10 student-made shorts to screen on a cross-country tour that includes a stop this week at Vancouver’s Pacific Cinematheque.

A genre-bending mix of horror and comedy, Dinnertime is a twisted take on the classic tale of Little Red Riding Hood.

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Front Page, Industry News

B. C. film students works to be featured at Whistler, Toronto festivals

Two short films produced by Langara Film Arts students have been selected for the Whistler Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival’s Short Cuts Canada program.

“In its 10-year history, Langara College Film Arts has had four films selected for TIFF and five for Whistler,” department chair Garwin Sanford said Thursday in a news release. “This speaks to the quality of work being produced by our students.”

Dinnertime, directed by Alex Mainwaring and written by Thanh Nguyen, was chosen as one of TIFF’s top 10 student-made shorts to screen on a cross-country tour that includes a stop this week at Vancouver’s Pacific Cinematheque.

A genre-bending mix of horror and comedy, Dinnertime is a twisted take on the classic tale of Little Red Riding Hood.

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