Knifemare

Andrew Peters’ Short Film ‘Knifemare’ Does A Lot With Little Time

If you grew up in the 80s and 90s burning through every scary movie in your local shop’s horror section, you’ll like Knifemare.

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Fantasia 2019: Izzy Lee’s Short Film, ‘Re-Home,’ Tears Down the Wall

Filmmaker Izzy Lee continues to dazzle and provoke discussion with her politically-charged short film, ‘Re-Home,’ showing at this year’s Fantasia Fest.

The Breakthroughs Film Festival Showcases New Storytelling Perspectives

The 7th annual Breakthroughs Film Festival is set to take place in Toronto at the Royal Cinema on June 15th and 16th, highlighting emerging female filmmakers from around the world.

31 Days of Horror 2017: Creations of Chaos: Four Creepy Animated Shorts

On this special 31 Days of Horror edition of Creations of Chaos, it’s changeling foxes, voodoo dolls, mean girl regrets, and my least favorite thing ever, eyeball stuff. It’s Four … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror 2017: Creations of Chaos: Four Creepy Animated Shorts

31 Days of Horror 2016: Kakurenbo: Hide & Seek

It’s the horror film that will actually make you want to turn off the lights. On today’s installment of “31 Days of Horror,” it’s the short, Japanese animated film, Kakurenbo: Hide … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror 2016: Kakurenbo: Hide & Seek

Who’s got short shorts? TIFF’s Oscar short-film showcase: Part II – Animation

The Oscars are coming up, airing Sunday, February 22nd for over 40 million people. Yesterday I looked at one of the hardest to follow Academy categories, the award for best live … Continue reading Who’s got short shorts? TIFF’s Oscar short-film showcase: Part II – Animation

Who’s got short shorts? TIFF’s Oscar short-film showcase: Part I – Live Action

Every year at the Academy Awards, there’s a lull, one even more numbing than the Oscar for special effects or the latest garish train-wreck of a dance number. It’s when … Continue reading Who’s got short shorts? TIFF’s Oscar short-film showcase: Part I – Live Action