Sunday, 18 November 2007


Wildsound is a peer review film festival in Toronto that screens films from around the world and allows for the audience to talk directly to the filmmakers about their project. The filmmaker then has the opportunity to respond to the audience and industry professionals either by discussion, shouting at them, or walking out the door making grunting noises as they veer straight to the nearest bar for a double whiskey.

There is loads to rummage through on their website so follow the link at the start of this post and have a browse.

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