Today’s holiday doesn’t seem to be a day off for the CRTC, which is busy telling everyone who can and can’t call whom for what reason during the election campaign. In other news . . .
Newfoundland’s Nickel Independent Film Festival is launching its 2015 Summer Road Show, screening seven Newfoundland films in different places across the island. Some of the venues and a full list of films are here; one is Michael Hickey’s The Calming, winner of the 48-Hour Horror Challenge.
Completed for the Nickel Independent Film Festival’s annual 48 Hour Horror Challenge.
Two detectives delve deeper into a suicide case that might not be what it seems.
(Via PRWeb): The SMPTE-HPA Student Film Festival is open for entries — from all over the world. The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® (SMPTE®) and the Hollywood Post Alliance® (HPA®), supported by Sundog Media Toolkit, invite students to get creative with virtual reality and other technology. Full details on the festival site.
(Via CNW) Here’s an upcoming “event style theatrical release”: Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ will play in more than 50 theaters across the country on August 6, 8 and 10, FUNimation® Entertainment announces. The screenings, which include a 15-minute pre-show, will take place in most provinces (sorry, PEI!) just after the U.S. opening on August 4th. Tickets are for sale in advance; check with your nearest theater.