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Block of Short Films [S6] #CAFF2017
Sat, 1 April 2017, 11:00 AM – 12:20 PM MDT
Block of Short Film Screening [S6] #CAFF2017
"To Canada With Love"
Tim Van Horn travels across Canada to capture what he calls "the light within" for Canada's 150th birthday in 2017.
'Exspelled?' is about two girls, students at a magic college, who both have a crush on the same guy. In order to resolve their issues, they cast a Sleeping Beauty spell on the guy. The one who truly loves him will wake him up. But neither of them can wake him with their kisses. . .
Who do we make our art for and how people in general feel regret in silence, afraid to be judged by others and thus not doing good because of peer pressure.
Millions of children around the world will never have the chance to fulfil their potential. Hungry and out of school, they miss out on the opportunity to learn, play and work towards a better future.
Filmed on location at Mary’s Meals’ projects in Malawi, Haiti and India, this uplifting film introduces us to members of what we call ‘Generation Hope’ – the group of young people who, having received our daily meals in school, have gone on to further education or paid employment, something they insist would simply not have been possible without the support provided by Mary’s Meals.
In Generation Hope, with its powerful score and beautiful cinematography, supporters of Mary’s Meals can meet in a new way some of those children they have so generously helped towards brighter futures. And if you are new to this important mission, you can also be inspired by this first captivating insight into the life-changing and life-saving work of Mary’s Meals.
"Super Speed Dates"
When a group of women attend a Super Speed Dating event, the women soon begin to wonder if the men have another side to them.
The Central Alberta Film Festival is a collection of films including short films, feature films, documentaries, music videos and experimental films. While our focus is showcasing the talent in Canadian Cinema, we also aim to bring together the love of film from all over the world. The film submissions are from both right here in Central Alberta, to many different places across the globe! #CAFF2017 is our first annual Film Festival & Awards Celebration held during March 31 and April 1, 2017. CAFF is a community driven, not-for-profit organization based out of Red Deer, AB.
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