The Cabbagetown Short Film Festival is a juried showcase for some of the world’s best short films, receiving submissions from across Canada and the United States, as well as the UK, Europe, South America, Australia and Asia.
Cabbagetown resident, Gina Dineen, a Toronto actress, producer and York University Film School graduate, founded the festival in 1992.
Since then, the festival has grown substantially from a celebration of local filmmakers to one of the best fringe festivals in the country.
The two-hour Cabbagetown Short Film Festival screening includes an equally diverse program of original productions from both experienced and emerging filmmakers. They need not be premieres, nor made in the year of the festival, but they cannot exceed 15 minutes in length. A panel of industry professionals juries the entries and prizes are awarded in each category including comedy, drama, experimental, animation, and documentary.
If you wish to submit a film for the festival, there is no entry fee.
The Cabbagetown Short Film & Video Festival celebrates excellence and is a rare gem in the world of film festivals.
For more information about the festival: cabbagetownshortfilmandvideofestival.com