stopwatchMost of us know about the Toronto International Film Festival, a major annual event for the industry. But how many people have heard of the One Minute Film & Video Festival, which takes place this Thursday in Toronto? (After all, it's not Thanksgiving in Canada tomorrow.) The theme for this year's festival is "intersections," and you can watch more than 60 films on that topic ... in under 90 minutes. You can enjoy an entire film festival without developing that glassy-eyed, jaded, zombie feeling you get after several days of nonstop theater time. I found out about this festival from Twitch, which points out that the $8-10 ticket price averages out to less than 20 cents a film. If you live in Toronto, how could you resist?
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