The Pendance Film Festival in Toronto, Canada runs this year from March 10th to March 13th online. Growing from humble beginnings in 2017, Pendance is now a huge four day festival featuring some of the best 'story over everything' short and feature length films in Canada and around the world. With screenings downtown at the TIFF Bell Lightbox and the Art Gallery of Ontario’s Jackman Hall Theatre in previous years, Pendance has developed a reputation for strong programming and a filmmaker-first approach in Toronto.
This year, the short film lineup features fifty-two incredible films from around the world divided into eight screening blocks. Forgotten is in the Story Over Everything block, which features documentaries and animated shorts.
Pendance will feature over 50 speakers (including myself!) appearing live for Q&As and to lead workshops and speak on various panels. All events are broadcast live on YouTube and are free to attend from around the world.
Thank you to Daniel Hess from To Tony Productions for selecting Forgotten for their Film Spotlight.
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