Cinema Summit Schedule

Cinema Summit 2016 Schedule

 

All Cinema Summit activities will take place at SilverCity Sudbury, 355 Barrydowne Road unless otherwise noted.

**Cinema Summit activities that require paid admission are indicated below.


Sunday, September 18th 

11:00am

Bugs on the Menu, directed by Ian Toews, Canada/Cambodia/Mexico/Netherlands, 78 minutes, IndieCan Entertainment

4:00pm

Short Circuit: Sunny Side Up and Scrambled, 93 minutes

9:30pm

Dependent's Day, directed by Michael David Lynch, USA, 89 minutes, We Push Trains

There will be a Q&A with director Michael David Lynch following the screening. 


Monday, September 19th 

11:30am

Unlocking the Cage, directed by Chris Hegedus and D.A. Pennebaker, USA, 91 minutes, FilmsWeLike

12:00pm

Before the Streets, directed by Chloé Leriche, Canada, 97 minutes, FunFilm Distribution

In Atikamekw with English subtitles

1:00pm

Documentary Producing 101 presented by the DOC Institute

Speaker: Jeannette Loakman, producer/filmmaker

Ready to enter the world of producing non-fiction? Join the Documentary Organization of Canada and the DOC Institute for three interactive sessions designed for early-career producers and led by industry experts with real-world insight. The progtram kicks off at Cinéfest Sudbuiry with an in-person session that will provide an overview of some of the essential components to producing a documentary successfully. Attendees from Sudbury's session will then get access to two subsequent webinars that focus on pressing topics for producers: financing your film and engaging your audience. Don't miss the opportunity to gain valuable insight!

Jeannette Loakman has been active in the film industry as a producer and filmmaker for many years. She has interviewed big stars and ordinary people, explored the obsession with "peep culture" and the world of cat ladies, delved into murder scenes and food drives, explained union disputes using bits bits of stationery, turned lovable rogues into gentlemen, made predictions for a technology show, profiled a photographer in Soweto, looked for her birthmother in Singapre - and found her three half-sisters in Holland! She has dabbled with the perils of kissing, tamed a cohort of college students, destined for jobs in the production industry, programmed a national TV station for a year, and produced a short comedy series, a lifestyle series and documentaries for over a decade. 

3:30pm

X Quinientos, directed by Juan Andrés Arango, Canada/Colombia/Mexico, 108 minutes, Filmoption International

In Spanish, English, French, Tagalog and Mazahua with English subtitles


Tuesday, September 20th

11:00am

Media Conference: IndieCan Entertainment

Acclaimed film producer and distributor Avi Federgreen, founder of IndieCan Entertainment, will be holding a media conference during Cinéfest Sudbury's Cinema Summit to reveal an exciting new partnership with Music and Film in Motion. 

12:00pm

Embrasse-moi comme tu m'aimes (Kiss Me Like a Lover), directed by André Forcier, Canada, 95 minutes, Filmoption International

In French with English subtitles

12:30pm

Kiss and Cry, directed by Sean Cisterna, Canada, 95 minutes, Elevation Pictures

There will be a Q&A with director Sean Cisterna and producer Avi Federgreen following the screening.

1:30pm

Short Circuit: Tense, Tragic and Dramatic, 91 minutes

3:30pm

Sadie's Last Days on Earth, directed by Michael Seater, Canada, 93 minutes, A71 Entertainment

4:00pm

Diving into the Unknown (Takaisin pintaan), directed by Juan Reina, Finland/Norway, 85 minutes, Film Transit International Inc. 

In Finnish, Swedish, English and Norwegian with English subtitles

9:30pm

Little Sister, directed by Zach Clark, USA, 91 minutes, FilmsWeLike


Wednesday, September 21st

11:30am

Black Code, directed by Nicholas de Pencier, Canada, 90 minutes, Mongrel Media

In English, Portugese, Arabic and Tibetan with English subtitles

1:00pm

Darwin, directed by Benjamin Duffield, Canada, 94 minutes, Suki Releasing

2:00pm

The Lockpicker, directed by Randall Okita, Canada, 94 minutes

There will be a Q&A with director Randall Okita following the screening. 

4:00pm

Hello Destroyer, directed by Kevan Funk, Canada, 110 minutes, Northern Banner Releasing 


Thursday, September 22nd

1:00pm

Interactive Ontario Workshop

Location: Microtel Inn & Suites, 1312 Kingsway

Moderator: Jeff MacIntyre, Fuel Multimedia

Speakers: ErinCreasey, Manager, Industry Initiatives at Ontario Media Development Corporation; Jennifer Blitz, Director, Tax Credits and Financing at Ontario Media Development Corporation; Mike Daoust, Northern Game Design Challenge and lead programmer for AdvanceWorx; Jamie Parent, Senior Software Developer at Raven

Music and Film in Motion in conjunction with the Ontario Media Development Corporation and Interactive Ontario presents a wonderful two-part session for filmmakers and interactive digital media designers to meet and discover funding opportunities for their projects. The panel will feature Erin Creasey and Jennifer Blitz from the OMDC who will provide information on the OMDC Film Fund and Ontario Digital Media Fund. Following the overview, our panelists will provide information on interactive digital media in Northern Ontario, the future of the industry and how film and interactive digital media intersect. 

2:00pm

Away from Everywhere, directed by Justin Simms, Canada, 103 minutes, Capital Motion Picture Group

3:00pm

We Can't Make the Same Mistake Twice, directed by Alanis Obomsawin, Canada, 163 minutes, National Film Board of Canada

There will be a Q&A with director Alanis Obomsawin following the screening. 

4:00pm

Film Worker's Rights Panel

Location: Microtel Inn & Suites, 1312 Kingsway

Guests: Jenny Fortin, Sudbury Works Education and Advocacy Centre; Matthew Ellis, International Association of Theatrical Stage Employees; Gerry Paquette, Ministry of Labour Representative

Music and Film in Motion and the City of Greater Sudbury present the first installment of their ongoing film panel series. This panel will bring together three leading industry representatives to give their perspectives on worker's rights on set. The speakers will inform and engage with emerging and established crew members. Education is key to maintaining healthy and safe sets in Northern Ontario, and this panel will demonstrate the many ways that workers can look out for themselves and others when they understand the rules and their rights. 

4:00pm

Kidnap Capital, directed by Felipe Rodriguez, Canada, 93 minutes, The Annex Entertainment


Friday, September 23rd

12:00pm

The Space Between, directed by Amy Jo Johnson, Canada, 90 minutes, The Space Between Productions Inc. 

There will be a Q&A with director Amy Jo Johnson and producer Jessica Adams following the screening. 

1:00pm

Northern Ontario Film Forum

2:00

Perspective, directed by B.P. Paquette, Canada, 80 minutes, Nortario Films

There will be a Q&A with director B.P. Paquette and producer Jason Ross Jallet following the screening. 

7:00pm

Mean Dreams, directed by Nathan Morlando, Canada, 104 minutes, Elevation Pictures

There will be a Q&A with director Nathan Morlando and producer Allison Black following the screening. 

**Event requires paid admission to the gala screening. 


Saturday, September 24th

12:00pm

CTV Best in Shorts Competition: Finalists Screening

Curator: Kristine Estorninos, Head of Programming, Reel Asian International Film Festival

Jurors: Karen Bruce, Director, Membership, Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television; Paul Krumholz, Programming Coordinator, Channel Zero - Programmer, Toronto Youth Shorts

Awards will be distributed following the screening. 

2:00pm

Hunting Pignut, directed by Martine Blue, Canada, 94 minutes

There will be a Q&A with director Martine Blue and actor Joel Thomas Hynes following the screening. 

6:00pm

Music Showcase: Joel Thomas Hynes

Location: Towneplace Suites Sudbury, 1710 Kingsway

Joel Thomas Hynes is an award-winning actor, writer, director and musician from Newfoundland. Joel currently stars in Hunting Pignut, screening at Cinéfest prior to the showcase. Joel will be performing a set of his original music for festivalgoers to enjoy. Joel creates intimate folk with an air of wisdom, presenting songs that are both contemplative and confident. 

9:30pm

Two Lovers and a Bear, directed by Kim Nguyen, Canada, 96 minutes, Entertainment One

10:30pm

Antibirth, directed by Danny Perez, Canada/USA, 94 minutes, IFC Midnight


Sunday, September 25th

11:00am

Warehoused (Almacenados), directed by Jack Zagha Kababie, Mexico, 93 minutes, Film Republic

In Spanish with English subtitles

2:00pm

Jean of the Joneses, directed by Stella Meghie, Canada/USA, 82 minutes, Search Engine Films

4:30pm

Short Circuit: Informative and Animated, 94 minutes

5:00pm

L'avenir (Things to Come), directed by Mia Hansen Love, France/Germany, 100 minutes, FilmsWeLike

In French with English subtitles

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