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The Shortest Day 2015

The Shortest Day 2015
Join us on the shortest day of the year to celebrate short film! Thanks to Telefilm Canada, the National Film Board of Canada, and SODEC, we’ll be presenting four programmes at the Carlton Cinemas on Monday December 21st. Admission is completely FREE!

  • 1:30pm – Kid’s Programme (suitable for ages 8 and under)
  • 3:00pm – Family Programme (suitable for ages 8 and up)
  • 5:00pm – Musical Programme (suitable for ages 16 and up)
  • 7:00pm – Dramas and Comedies Programme (suitable for ages 16 and up)

More information on the lineups can be found on The Shortest Day site. If you’re not in Toronto, you’ll also find listings for screenings happening all over the country. And if you’re outside of Canada, check out this page on the site created by the event’s originator, France’s Centre national du cinéma et de l’image animee (CNC).



The Shortest Day 2014

The Shortest Day

Join us on the shortest day of the year to celebrate short film! Thanks to Telefilm Canada, the National Film Board of Canada, and SODEC, we’ll be presenting three programmes at the Carlton Cinemas on Sunday December 21st. Admission is completely FREE!

  • 3:30pm – Kid’s Programme (suitable for ages 8 and under)
  • 5:00pm – Family Programme (suitable for ages 8 and up)
  • 7:00pm – Comedy Programme (suitable for ages 13 and up)

More information on the lineups can be found on The Shortest Day microsite. If you’re not in Toronto, you’ll also find listings for screenings happening all over the country. And if you’re outside of Canada, check out this page on the site created by the event’s originator, France’s Centre national du cinéma et de l’image animee (CNC).



The Shortest Day 2013

The Shortest Day 2013

For the third year running, France’s Centre national du cinĂ©ma et de l’image (CNC) is leading the world in celebrating short film on the shortest day of the year. Taking a dreary day filled with more darkness than light and turning it into an opportunity to promote shorts is a brilliant idea, and it’s now spread to more than 20 countries.

Leading the charge here in Canada is Telefilm, along with SODEC and the NFB, who are sponsoring screenings at more than 60 venues across the country. Check out their microsite for details about screenings near you.

If you’re outside Canada, check the CNC’s excellent site for more details.