NFB Shorts In Kensington
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NFB Shorts In Kensington

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You could sit in a parking lot and watch a movie about cheerleaders (actually, that sounds like fun), or sit in Dundas Square and watch horror films (which also sounds like fun) or you could join the Toronto Public Space Committee at Bellevue Square Park for the launch of the Streets to Screens film series tomorrow evening, 8pm.
They’ll be showing seven NFB shorts including: “Neighbours/Voisins”, an Academy Award winning short by Norman MacLaren, “Blackberry Subway Jam”, based on the Robert Munsch book Jonathan Cleaned Up, Then He Heard A Sound and everyone’s favourite short about dancing men in forestry.
While you’re in Kensington why don’t you take Beth’s advice and turn it into a picnic, if things go well, go home. If they don’t head to Supermarket for the afterparty.
Photo by Kelly Maher, from the Torontoist Flickr Group.

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