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Air Canada enRoute Film Festival presents finalists for 2015 edition

Air Canada is proud to announce the names of the finalists for the ninth edition of the Air Canada enRoute Film Festival.

The prizes awarded during the festival include Best Short Film, Achievement in Direction, Achievement in Cinematography, Achievement in Animation, Achievement in Documentary and, of course, the Air Canada enRoute Film Festival People’s Choice Award.

The finalists for the 2015 edition of the Air Canada enRoute Film Festival are:

Kevin Landry for (A)LONE
Haya Waseem and Christopher Lew for Familiar
Taylor Gordon and Nigil Vazquez for I’m Still Embarrassed!
Catherine Dubeau for Kaleidoscope
Caitlin Durlak for Persistence of Vision

The winner of Best Short Film will be awarded a cash prize worth $5,000, courtesy of presenting sponsor Cineplex Entertainment.

All of the winners will receive a trip for two to the 2016 Berlinale, courtesy of Air Canada. The winners will also receive numerous prizes to help them launch their cinematographic careers, offered by the Directors’ Guild of Canada, William F. White International Inc., the National Film Board of Canada and the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival.

Furthermore, the selected movies will be broadcast on the Air Canada enRoute inflight entertainment system, which is used by millions of travellers around the world.

The voting is underway for the Air Canada enRoute Film Festival People’s Choice Award at enRoutefilm.com. Voters have the chance to win a trip for two to anywhere in North America Air Canada flies.

Voting closes Oct. 31 and the winner will be announced at the annual VIP awards gala, which takes place in Toronto Nov. 4.

As part of the ninth edition of the Air Canada enRoute Film Festival, there will be a free public screening of festival films, preceded by an educational panel for emerging filmmakers, at the Phi Centre (407, Saint-Pierre Street, Montréal), on Nov. 2, starting at 6 p.m for the panel and 7:30pm for the screening.

This is an amazing opportunity for students and up-and-coming directors to discuss current industry topics and enjoy a great networking experience. A cocktail reception will follow the viewing of the finalist films.

Source: Skies Mag

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Air Canada enRoute Film Festival presents finalists for 2015 edition

Air Canada is proud to announce the names of the finalists for the ninth edition of the Air Canada enRoute Film Festival.

The prizes awarded during the festival include Best Short Film, Achievement in Direction, Achievement in Cinematography, Achievement in Animation, Achievement in Documentary and, of course, the Air Canada enRoute Film Festival People’s Choice Award.

The finalists for the 2015 edition of the Air Canada enRoute Film Festival are:

Kevin Landry for (A)LONE
Haya Waseem and Christopher Lew for Familiar
Taylor Gordon and Nigil Vazquez for I’m Still Embarrassed!
Catherine Dubeau for Kaleidoscope
Caitlin Durlak for Persistence of Vision

The winner of Best Short Film will be awarded a cash prize worth $5,000, courtesy of presenting sponsor Cineplex Entertainment.

All of the winners will receive a trip for two to the 2016 Berlinale, courtesy of Air Canada. The winners will also receive numerous prizes to help them launch their cinematographic careers, offered by the Directors’ Guild of Canada, William F. White International Inc., the National Film Board of Canada and the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival.

Furthermore, the selected movies will be broadcast on the Air Canada enRoute inflight entertainment system, which is used by millions of travellers around the world.

The voting is underway for the Air Canada enRoute Film Festival People’s Choice Award at enRoutefilm.com. Voters have the chance to win a trip for two to anywhere in North America Air Canada flies.

Voting closes Oct. 31 and the winner will be announced at the annual VIP awards gala, which takes place in Toronto Nov. 4.

As part of the ninth edition of the Air Canada enRoute Film Festival, there will be a free public screening of festival films, preceded by an educational panel for emerging filmmakers, at the Phi Centre (407, Saint-Pierre Street, Montréal), on Nov. 2, starting at 6 p.m for the panel and 7:30pm for the screening.

This is an amazing opportunity for students and up-and-coming directors to discuss current industry topics and enjoy a great networking experience. A cocktail reception will follow the viewing of the finalist films.

Source: Skies Mag

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Front Page, Headline, Industry News

Air Canada enRoute Film Festival presents finalists for 2015 edition

Air Canada is proud to announce the names of the finalists for the ninth edition of the Air Canada enRoute Film Festival.

The prizes awarded during the festival include Best Short Film, Achievement in Direction, Achievement in Cinematography, Achievement in Animation, Achievement in Documentary and, of course, the Air Canada enRoute Film Festival People’s Choice Award.

The finalists for the 2015 edition of the Air Canada enRoute Film Festival are:

Kevin Landry for (A)LONE
Haya Waseem and Christopher Lew for Familiar
Taylor Gordon and Nigil Vazquez for I’m Still Embarrassed!
Catherine Dubeau for Kaleidoscope
Caitlin Durlak for Persistence of Vision

The winner of Best Short Film will be awarded a cash prize worth $5,000, courtesy of presenting sponsor Cineplex Entertainment.

All of the winners will receive a trip for two to the 2016 Berlinale, courtesy of Air Canada. The winners will also receive numerous prizes to help them launch their cinematographic careers, offered by the Directors’ Guild of Canada, William F. White International Inc., the National Film Board of Canada and the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival.

Furthermore, the selected movies will be broadcast on the Air Canada enRoute inflight entertainment system, which is used by millions of travellers around the world.

The voting is underway for the Air Canada enRoute Film Festival People’s Choice Award at enRoutefilm.com. Voters have the chance to win a trip for two to anywhere in North America Air Canada flies.

Voting closes Oct. 31 and the winner will be announced at the annual VIP awards gala, which takes place in Toronto Nov. 4.

As part of the ninth edition of the Air Canada enRoute Film Festival, there will be a free public screening of festival films, preceded by an educational panel for emerging filmmakers, at the Phi Centre (407, Saint-Pierre Street, Montréal), on Nov. 2, starting at 6 p.m for the panel and 7:30pm for the screening.

This is an amazing opportunity for students and up-and-coming directors to discuss current industry topics and enjoy a great networking experience. A cocktail reception will follow the viewing of the finalist films.

Source: Skies Mag

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