DRIFF Fall Festival - Day 2
After two years of online and drive-in screenings, The Durham Region International Film Festival (DRIFF) returns to venues across the Durham Region September 29 to October 1 offering three days of thoughtful curated in-person programming from around the globe with a focus on Canadian and Durham Region productions.
5:00 p.m. - 5:45 p.m: Nibbles and Beverages in the Lounge
5:45 p.m. - 6:45 p.m: Industry Panel | SPOTLIGHT: Producers and Directors
Film producers and directors both have major responsibilities during the filmmaking process: script, talent, budget, schedule, camera, artistic aspects, post-production and marketing. Learn from and engage with a panel of DRIFF and local filmmakers about their key responsibilities, challenges and excitement while capturing their vision for the screen.
7:00 p.m: Centrepiece Screening
Edgy | Germany | 2 mins
Directed by: Kilian Armando Friedrich, Ann-Kathrin Jahn, Jonas Kleinalstede, Schnekenbühl Katharina & Paula Tschira
Edgy lives in a world of blue blocks, but somehow he doesn’t seem to fit in.
Bulldog | Germany | 95 mins
Directed by: André Szardenings
Twenty-one-year-old Bruno lives in Spain with his mother Toni, who is only fifteen years older than her son. The suffocating and excessively close relationship with his mother is defining for him. When his mother starts a relationship with Hannah and she moves into the bungalow they share, Bruno finds himself in a crisis and has to decide between his own life and his relationship with his mother.