Canadian Film Centre – 15th Year Anniversary

Founded by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Norman Jewison, the Canadian Film Centre provides world-class training and production for emerging Canadian film directors, writers, producers and editors, as well as television writers and new media professionals. Celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2003, the Film Centre has produced more than 110 short films and 12 feature films that have screened at international festivals and won hundreds of awards. In 2001, the Film Centre also launched the Worldwide Short Film Festival that screens hundreds of the best Canadian and international shorts from around the world. EVELYN THE CUTEST EVIL DEAD GIRL Dir: Brad Peyton, Canada, 2002, 35mm, 9min THREE SISTERS ON MOON LAKE Dir: Julia Kwan, Canada, 2001, 16mm, 22min ERNEST Dir: Keith Behrman, Canada, 2000, 16mm, 22min CLEVELAND WOOD’S LAST DAY ON EARTH Dir: Andrew Ainsworth, Canada, 1996, 16mm, 17min THE HOME FOR BLIND WOMEN Dir: Sandra Kybartas, Canada, 1995, 16mm, 14min BLUE Dir: Don McKellar, Canada, 1992, 16mm, 22min