|Location||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
The Canadian Film Festival, formerly known as the Canadian Filmmakers Festival, is an annual film festival in Toronto, Ontario. Showcasing a program of Canadian independent films, it is held in March of each year and usually runs for five days.
The festival was formed in association with the Toronto International Film Festival Group. It serves commonly, but not exclusively, as the Toronto premiere venue for films which premiered elsewhere on the Canadian film festival circuit in the previous year but have not yet screened in Toronto, although it also serves as the premiere venue for some films.
- "Canadian filmmaking is not about the money, it's about the passion... until it's about the money". Canada NewsWire, June 24, 2004.
- "The Canadian Film Festival levels up and embraces Filth". Now, March 20, 2017.
- "Canadian Film Fest presents ...: A patriotic showcase of movie talent in new features, docs and shorts plus a host of panels, parties and other special events at the Royal". Toronto Star, March 25, 2016.
- "Film Fest opens for patriotic moviegoers". Toronto Star, March 17, 2017.
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