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The Toronto Urban Film Festival

6th Annual Toronto Urban Film Festival (TUFF) NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS

The Toronto Urban Film Festival (TUFF) returns for a sixth year to digital platform screens across the Toronto subway system. Always the strong and silent type, TUFF takes place September 7 - 17, 2012, concurrent with the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).   Named one of MovieMaker Magazine's "20 Coolest Film Festivals" (2010), TUFF is a 10-day long celebration of the art of the urban silent screen. TUFF films screen on the Pattison Onestop network of digita...

Vikas Kohli of FatLabs to receive special recognition at the ReelWorld Film Festival

  Vikas Kohli of FatLabs will be the first to receive the coveted Trailblazer Award from the ReelWorld Film Festival for his work solely as a film composer and music producer. It's been an adventure over the past year, with several of the films Kohli has composed for receiving awards and it seems fitting that now the composer himself will be recognized for his tireless contributions to the arts. It is...

Up and coming Canadian Emily Schooley shoots hot golf movie

Emily Schooley (born October 17, 1984 in Calgary, Alberta), is an up-and-coming Canadian television  and film actress, currently residing in Toronto. She is a rising scream queen, appearing in horror films such as The Witching Hour and Black Eve, and has won awards for her on-screen performances from several independent film festivals, including the Toronto Urban Film Festival. She also does voice work, and recently contributed to Flip's Twisted World, a video game also featuring ...

Toronto Urban Film Festival 2010

Making a great one-minute film, that’s TUFF!

The Toronto Urban Film Festival is a 10-day (September 10-19, 2010) public film festival that reaches over 1.3 million subway commuters daily. TUFF is looking for the best one-minute silent films from across Canada and around the world. Over $10,000 in cash and prizes awarded. Films are selected by a guest jury, with the top films chosen by a Guest Judge; this year it's filmmaker Deepha Metha (Water). Artist fees of $100  paid to every film that’s selected by our jury to screen on the TTC and on the TUFF Website.

Toronto Urban Film Festival: Who Will Win? Only Mark McKinney Knows for Sure

The 2008 finalists have been announced earlier this summer for the Toronto Urban Film Festival, The Film Festival for Commuters ( presented by Heineken. Finalists include an eclectic mix of professional and non-professional filmmakers, videographers and animators from across Canada and around the world. All finalists will have their films screened to over 1 million daily commuters on ONESTOP’s digital network of over 300 Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) ...