Cinéfest Sudbury has announced its Canadian and International Shorts Programs for 2011, and the lineup includes four shorts produced with funding from Bravo!FACT (Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent): Tungijuq directed by Félix Lajeunesse and Paul Raphaël, Choke directed by Michelle Latimer, At Lunchtime: A Story of Love directed by Brad Dryborough, Patch Town directed by Craig Goodwill, Rung directed by Chris Hanratty, and Up in Cottage Country directed by Simon Ennis.
The 23rd edition of Cinéfest Sudbury runs from 17 to 25 September 2011.
Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival was established in 1989 and has grown each year since. By 1993, Cinéfest Sudbury evolved into a full-service film organization, with the Festival growing to include upwards of 60 films over 5 days. Currently screening approximately 135 films, including full-length features, shorts, documentaries and animation, Cinéfest Sudbury provides cinephiles with first-class film works and industry discourse each September, and hosts the Cinéfest Sudbury Film Series, a monthly film presentation series held on the last Thursday of each month, featuring the best in Canadian and International cinema.