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TIFF to highlight Nova Scotia talent 

Nova Scotia short films programmed at 2011 Toronto International Film Festival

A Christmas tree gets mean in Jason Eisener and Rob Cotterill's Treevenge
  • A Christmas tree gets mean in Jason Eisener and Rob Cotterill's Treevenge
Haliwood Insider has learned that a number of quality shorts made in Nova Scotia will be programmed at the Toronto International Film Festival this year. The films chosen are as follows:

Afghan - directed and produced by Pardis Parker
Discrimination of the Dead - directed and produced by Angus Swantee
Like Father - directed by Jesse Harley and produced by Chris Turner
Pawnshop - directed by Andrew Bush and produced by Angus Swantee
Rhonda's Party - directed by Ashley McKenzie and produced by Nelson MacDonald
Super Science - directed by Joel MacKenzie and produced by Mark Purdy
Treevenge - directed by Jason Eisener and produced by Rob Cotterill
The Wake of Calum MacLeod - directed by Marc Almon and produced by Nona MacDermid

The Spotlight Screening of Nova Scotia emerging talent takes place at the BELL Lightbox, 350 King Street West, Toronto, on Monday September 12. Congrats to all the filmmakers. You guys have a blast in Toronto.

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