COMMFFEST is dedicated to presenting a wide variety of local, national, and international works both long and short that can transform and shape our views of the world.
COMMFFEST mission statement:
To advance education by raising the cultural, artistic and aesthetic expression of the community. And to advance the public’s appreciation of the arts through related artistic workshops and panel discussions, while promoting the works of filmmakers and artists alike.
The 2016 COMMFFEST will harmonize the disciplines of film, music, art, theatre connecting the human experience to public exhibits with forums for dialogue about social issues and cultural exchanges.
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FILMS OF ANY GENRES (global and local) CULTURAL, SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY ISSUES ACCEPTED combined with independently produced films. Included in that mix are childrens issues, poverty, human rights LGBTQ, women's rights, third world struggles, environmental issues affecting communities, e.t.c.
Festival submissions DVDs or online screeners (Vimeo). DVDs must be formatted in MPEG-2 video for Region 1/North America or Region 0/ “no region.
No premiere requirement
Jury and Organizers
Nairnder Dhaliwal, FESTIVAL COORDINATOR
110 The Esplanade #323
entry code 65
Toronto, ONT M5E 1X9
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Films made by someone currently enrolled in high school, college, or graduate school. ID required with submission
under 45 minutes
Social / Cultural issues and independent Cinema
Journalistic Media projects created by Advocacy and Civic journalists whose works are uniquely investigative in approach balanced yet bring to light the conditions and issues facing local and global communities excluded by mainstream media
Cinéma vérité is a style of documentary filmmaking, combining naturalistic techniques with stylized cinematic devices of editing and camerawork, staged set-ups, and the use of the camera to provoke subjects.