Slamdance Film Festival

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Ask No Questions to debut at Slamdance

The film from directors Jason Loftus and Eric Pedicelli will make its world premiere as part of the festival’s Documentary Features lineup.

M/M from Drew Lint and Film Forge

Film Republic picks up Film Forge thriller M/M

The U.K.-based sales agent will shop the debut feature from Drew Lint at the European Film Market next month.

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Fake Tattoos, M/M to compete at Slamdance

The two Canadian films are among 18 films selected for the Park City, Utah festival’s feature competition lineup.

Dim the Fluorescents

Canadians win at Slamdance

Daniel Warth’s debut Dim the Fluorescents picked up the Grand Jury Prize for narrative feature.

Dim the Fluorescents

In brief: Canadians at Slamdance; Prasuhn joins CMU

Daniel Warth’s Dim the Fluorescents (pictured) will screen in competition at the Utah festival, the former VP and GM of Gusto TV finds a new gig, plus more news from the week.

Diamond Tongues

Mongrel takes Canadian rights to Diamond Tongues

The acquisition comes ahead of Pavan Moondi and Brian Robertson’s feature debuting at Slamdance later this month.


Diamond Tongues headed to Slamdance for world bow

The indie, co-directed by Pavan Moondi and Brian Robertson, joins the Park City, Utah competition lineup in January. (Diamond Tongues star Leah Fay Goldstein pictured)

Elliot documentary

Canadian doc Elliot wins Slamdance Jury Award

The documentary about aspiring filmmaker Elliot “White Lightening” Scott had two sold-out screenings at Slamdance.


Blog: Pirates, Paradise and a ‘Hit’ at Slamdance

Taking in some of the fest’s buzzworthy docs and checking out Dane Clark and Linsey Stewart’s I Put a Hit on You at the Slamdance festival.

Photo: Mayanais, Flickr Creative Commons

Vancouver film critics give The Dirties field-leading five nominations

DEC 27 – Matt Johnson’s debut feature will compete against Gabrielle and Watermark for best Canadian film.


Slamdance books Pat Kiely’s Three Night Stand

The romantic comedy about a married couple’s weekend away disrupted by the husband’s ex-girlfriend debuted at Whistler.


Slamdance books Canadian films for competition

Dane Clark and Linsey Stewart’s 
I Put A Hit On You and the doc Elliot will contend among other first-time international filmmakers.