The 2012 TIFF Kids International Film Festival

Posted on | April 28, 2012 | 2 Comments

The 2012 TIFF Kids International Film Festival (located in Toronto, Canada) was a fabulous experience. It was the first fest Flack and I went to other than the Providence Children’s Film Festival (PCFF). Anybody who wants to have a great time watching moving, funny, action packed and/or sad films will, in my opinion, will enjoy TIFF Kids. The festival is open to the public and schools. The Q&As are very interesting and I highly recommend them to anybody who wants to learn about how the films at TIFF Kids were made.

The following videos display Flack and my critiques of all the films we saw while at the fest. I hope the videos are interesting, critical (but not rude), and enjoyable. And now… dim the lights, sit back and enjoy our pure film festival analysis. Click on the link to view all of our videos on Vimeo.


2 Responses to “The 2012 TIFF Kids International Film Festival”

  1. Hildy Itkin
    May 2nd, 2012 @ 8:53 am

    It is obvious that both Flick & Flack have worked hard to present a very entertaining review of their time at the Toronto International Film Festival. Your interviews were interesting and fun. Now I’m looking forward to seeing some good movies. Thanks.

  2. Papa
    May 2nd, 2012 @ 9:30 am

    You have both done an extremely thorough and timely job in reviewing your experience at TIFF. Based on your reviews I am even looking forward to seeing “Pirates” which had not necessarily been on my list of things to do before this. Your joint interview of the President of Delphis films was particularly well done and it was interesting to listen to her responses to your very well thought out questions.

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