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Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Check out SharpCuts Starting Tomorrow

Time for some shameless self-promotion. I'm one of the organizers of the SharpCuts Indie Film & Music Festival in Guelph, and it kicks off tomorrow night and runs through till Sunday. And while this is hardly political related, I encourage all you Politico readers to come out either one night, or every night to see some great, local indie cinema, some of which may also feature certain people that run certain political blogs. Check out the details below:

The SharpCuts Indie Film and Music Festival returns for its fourth smash year, with an expanded line-up of new events and old favourites. This is also the first ever Spring edition of SharpCuts too, which will unfold in 2010 from May 5th till 9th at various locations throughout Guelph

Wednesday May 5th – The Synnema (121 Wyndham St, Suite #106)
Comedy Night Kick-Off featuring funny shorts and live comedy

Thursday May 6th – The Synnema (121 Wyndham St, Suite #106)
Thursday Night Thriller with all the horror and scary stuff you can stand

Friday May 7th – The Synnema (121 Wyndham St, Suite #106)
Freestyle Friday. Come see the finest musicians work without a well-rehearsed net for some great improvised music

Saturday May 8th – Bookshelf Cinema (41 Quebec St)
The biggest program of the festival begins with ScienceCUTS, a celebration/discussion about arts and science as part of Science Rendezvous. The Docs and Dramas series follows with a number of independently made documentaries and short films.

Later... Red Brick Cafe (8 Douglas St)
Saturday evening is the annual SharpCuts Schmoozefest Gala, where filmmakers and audience members can interact in a laid back atmosphere and enjoy a brew. Jury and audience prize winners will also be announced.

Sunday May 9th – Galaxy Cinemas Guelph (485 Woodlawn Rd W)
The Blended Film Challenge screening. Come see the results of the second annual challenge as local high school students combine three randomly selected genres and turn them into a film in just two weeks.

For all updated info and the latest breaking news about the festival, go to the website at http://www.sharpcuts.ca

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