Forget about the lack of diversity at the Academy Awards. Toronto probably has more festivals with foreign films than anywhere else in the world.
The Japan Foundation, Toronto and the Consulate-General of Japan in Toronto sent us this notice. Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, 506 Bloor St. W. “All
A Japanese Santa Claus? Find out for yourself this Sunday, December 13 at the Japanese-Canadian Cultural Centre Winter Festival. Entry $5. http://bit.ly/21RiQt3 Interested in
Ruth writes: I just received the poster of the Bon Odori and Natsu Matsuri. It’s tomorrow, July 11! There’s still time to plan to
See website: www.bloorcinema.com. For more information about the Mosaic Institute, see: http://www.mosaicinstitute.ca/
In English and by Donation.
We have mentioned all kinds of film festivals in www.torontomulticulturalcalendar.com; e.g. Ireland, Japan, Brazil and Iran. Now it’s Canada’s turn. January 3 to 12
Film buff Ian Mah went through some of the NOW Reviews and recommended these for people interested in learning more about the cultures
Toronto’s most important annual film festival TIFF has already started. So has Harbourfront’s Caribbean Tales Film Showcase and the Toronto Indie Film
Your tax dollars are at work. You are invited to this free festival. Please read the following which we just received. Ruth. Date: