TIFF Bell Lightbox Gives Toronto A Dose Of Weird At Tonight’s Short Cuts Film Screening

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TIFF Bell Lightbox Gives Toronto A Dose Of Weird At Tonight’s Short Cuts Film Screening

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Just because TIFF’s over, doesn’t mean the movie watching fun is done for until next year. TIFF Bell Lightbox recently started a monthly film screening event called Short Cuts, in which they showcase new and noteworthy short films from all over Canada and around the world.

Movie buffs can get their fix at 6:30 tonight at 350 King St. West. This month’s theme is “Funny/Peculiar,” which I can only imagine means this would be a fun event to hit up stoned, but I’m not telling you what to do. Full tickets are going for $12.50, but students and seniors get a discount at $10, which is less than a regular movie ticket! There’s nothing not to love about that, so don’t forget to grab yo self a ticket here.

Zina Mustafa

She loves exploring new parts of Toronto, almost as much as she loves breakfast, which she believes should replace all other meals. She is a graduate of McGill University, where she studied International Development and English Literature. After doing the whole Montreal thing, ...
TIFF Bell Lightbox Gives Toronto A Dose Of Weird At Tonight’s Short Cuts Film Screening