Thursday, August 29, 2019

FIN Atlantic Int'l Film Fest Filled with Talent Trust Alumni.

In addition to our special partnership program: Then, Now, Change: Visions of Nova Scotia featuring a retrospective with works by Gwyneth Christoffel, Chris Spencer-Lowe, Bretten Hannam, Ann Verrall, and Becka Barker, which include music scores by Lukas Pearce (Deep End and Transfer) and performance by Gharrett Paon (Deep End) screening on September 19 at 9:10 p.m., FIN showcases several other NSTT alumni. 

Reeny Smith bringing her musical and song-writing prowess to FIN’s Festival Music House Atlantic:

Saturday, September 14 at 9 p.m.
The Marquee Ballroom 

2037 Gottingen Street

Katerina Bakolias, one of the four selected writers participating in the FIN Makers Script Lab competes with her screenplay for Junkyard Girls for a cash prize at the Script Pitch:

Sunday, September 15 at 2 p.m.
Admiral Room Nelson Hotel and Suites
1515 South Park Street 

Co-writer/director Ariella Pahlke, along with collaborators Nance Akerman and Teresa Macinnes bring their Hot Docs premiered feature length documentary Conviction in FIN’s Gala Presentation:

September 16 at 6:30 pm
Cineplex Cinemas Park Lane,
5657 Spring Garden Rd, Halifax

Reception to follow
Dalhousie School of Architecture
5410 Spring Garden Road

Regular working duo writer/director Bretten Hannam and producer Gharrett Paon screen Wildfire in the Reel East Coast Shorts Gala:

September 18 at 6:30 p.m. 

Cineplex Cinemas Park Lane,
5657 Spring Garden Rd, Halifax

Then, Now, Change: Visions of Nova Scotia, in partnership with FIN, closing the festival with a short program curated by Shannon Brownlee. Short films included are:

Transfer by Chris Spencer-Lowe
Assembled & BUOY & And When Alone, Repeat by Becka Barker
E’sekati & Deep End by Bretten Hannam
Torture by Sound by Gwyneth Christoffel
Rain by Ann Verrall

September 19 at 9:10 p.m.
Cineplex Cinemas Park Lane,
5657 Spring Garden Rd, Halifax 

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In 2019, the Talent Trust is celebrating its 75th  anniversary featuring former scholarship recipients with a travelling art exhibition, pop-up events in theatre, music, and dance, film screenings and more.

The 75th anniversary activities are supported by the province of Nova Scotia, Halifax Regional Municipality, The Craig Foundation, Canadian Federation of Musicians, and Margaret and David Fountain. 

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