Synopsis: Former high school classmates (Gianniotti and De Oliveira) run into each other at a bar and form an immediate rapport before they both reluctantly confess that they are in committed relationships. The shock of their burgeoning love forces them to choose between comfort or unpredictability.
Synopsis: Fatima is a Toronto-born modern muslim girl raised in a family of mixed-cultures and mixed messages about what her role in the world is. When she gets sucked into the empowering world of a sexy Burlesque cabaret and unleashes her brave and confident Burlesque identity, “Babylon”, she must then reconcile her old self with [more…]
Great Great Great is a dark comedy about a young couple whose wedding engagement threatens to break them apart.
A detective investigates her father’s dying words; the name of a girl who has been missing for 9 years.
Bernice (Taylor Hickson), a 15 year old misfit runs away from her rural Newfoundland community in search of Pignut (Joel Thomas Hynes), a tormented and violent gutter punk, after he steals her father’s ashes right out of his urn.
Synopsis: Dash is 33, broke, depressed and still in love with his ex, Lauren – who suddenly gets engaged. It all seems hopeless until he meets Nora, a spontaneous and unforgettable woman. But timing is everything and Nora’s not going to just wait around.
Natasha takes place over the course of one summer. It is the story of Mark Berman, 16, the son of Russian/Jewish immigrants living in the suburbs north of Toronto. When his uncle enters into an arranged marriage with a woman from Moscow, the woman arrives in Canada with her fourteen year-old daughter, Natasha.
When Tod, a twisted young charmer’s decadent Hollywood lifestyle is put into jeopardy, he hatches a diabolical plan to save it.