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The Paris Letter
From Jon Robin Baitz's highly acclaimed play, "The Paris Letter". The story centres on a 40-year flashback through the life of Wall Street powerhouse, Sandy Sonnenberg. A lifelong attempt to bury his sexual identity leaves a wake of destruction throughout the lives of those he loved the most. A startling cautionary tale about the perils of concealing the truth from others and from oneself.
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At the mercy of his workaholic father, abusive brother and disciplinarian grandfather, 8-year-old, Lewis Poppy is desperate not to die of loneliness. When Lewis accidentally discovers a mannequin that greatly resembles his deceased mother, he becomes convinced that the mannequin can be used to bring his mother back to life; and repair his broken family. Throughout his difficult journey, Lewis will have to travel far, learn how to separate his vivid imagination from reality and how to face his family's hidden skeletons. Two Summers has screened at 20 international film festivals, won 5 awards and played commercial movie theatres in Montreal and Toronto. www.twosummersthemovie.com
Festival of Sacrifice
The Muslim country of Morocco straddles the line between ancient tradition and progressive modernism. As such, its traditional celebration of one of the world’s largest religious festivals (Eid ul Kabir) is in jeopardy of being erased. The sheep of Morocco take center stage as a cast of characters including a Moroccan Imam, a seasoned sheep farmer and a young Moroccan filmmaker guide us through the history, ethics and magic of this yearly event. An in-depth look into the humanity and reality of one of the most controversial religious events in the world.
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