THE SCENE: AN EXPLORATION OF MUSIC IN TORONTO
Runtime: 79 minutes
The Scene: An Exploration of Music in Toronto is a documentary film project that chronicles the lives of independent musicians as they build their careers in the Canadian music industry. With commentary from music legends, chart-toppers, band managers, talent agents, radio personalities, and industry experts, The Scene follows a trio of local rock bands as they refine their sound, promote their shows, and record their music in the city of Toronto.
Featuring appearances by The Ruby Spirit, Committed to Rhyme and The Alter Kakers and includes interviews with Bif Naked, Steve “Lips” Kudlow and Robb Reiner (Anvil), Dave Monks and Graham Wright (Tokyo Police Club), Rik Emmett (Triumph), Sal Costa (My Darkest Days), Joel Carriere, Liam Killeen, Barry Taylor, John Davies, Ian Bodzasi, Josh Colle, Ted Axe and Scott Lathwood.
Runtime: 45 minutes
Fringe Party is a documentary film exploring the struggles of small parties in Canadian politics during the lead-up to the 2015 federal election. As the candidates prepare for the political fight of their lives, they discuss and debate issues such as the role of government, the legalization of marijuana, religion in politics, electoral and systematic reform, and why they have the best plan for the future of Canada.
Featuring appearances by the Bridge Party of Canada, the Christian Heritage Party of Canada, the Communist Party of Canada, the Green Party of Canada, the Libertarian Party of Canada, the Marijuana Party of Canada, and the Pirate Party of Canada.