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08/05/2016 8th Annual Toronto Youth Shorts Film Festival Downtown $10 - $19

Toronto Youth Shorts returns for an 8th year, featuring 44 films in four different programs. ASPIRE TO INSPIRE is the festival's opening presentation held at the Hollywood Theatre in SickKids. EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED shows how things are not always as they seem. PERSPECTIVES explores media technology with a spirit of curiosity and creativity. PRISMS wrestles with themes of awareness and acceptance. The festival's films touch on a wide selection of stories and subject matters, including diversity, LGBTQ, women's issues, media, and stories from abroad. All short films playing at Toronto Youth Shorts are created by local filmmakers in the Greater Toronto and Southern Ontario area aged 30 or younger.

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