Toronto_Film Bundle_ Love Ex Machina

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Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema


506 Bloor Street West

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The Paper Mill Theatre


67 Pottery Road

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The Fox Theatre


2236 Queen Street East

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Love Ex Machina

On the day of the memorial service of Stefanos’s father, Dimitra shows up unexpectedly. They soon start talking about Sophia. From the very first moments, Stephanos revisits his first encounter with Sophia, at a bookstore. His intense love for her becomes immediately apparent to Dimitra who believes that Sophia is destroying him. She tries in a gentle – at first – and then persistent manner to show him that he must get away from her. She points out that his devotion and obsession with her, has caused him to leave his job at the accounting office and alienate himself from everything, remaining alone. He flatly refuses to abandon Sophia and explains to Dimitra that there is no way out and that he must continue. She insists that this is a matter of will.
It then becomes apparent that Stephanos and Dimitra used to be a couple and that he yearns for them to be reunited. As for Sophia, it is revealed that she is not an ordinary love partner, but rather the subject of the book that Stephanos is writing: Sophia is a fictional character as well as the title of his book.
Dimitra insists, for the last time, that he needs to leave Sophia and as a result quit writing, thus indicating that this is what stands between them. He sits with her and tells her a story about his father. He loved the theatre but in order to start a family, he found a safe job which made him very unhappy. With this, Stefanos makes it clear to her that he would not like to give up what he loves. She understands and accepts his passion for writing, only she does not wish to be part of it and thus she leaves. Stefanos is left alone with his sweet lover, Sophia.

Runtime: 29 minutes 38 seconds.                            Showtime: Saturday, October 1 | 17:40
Ratings: Sexual Content, Inappropriate Language, Violence,Drugs & Alcohol
Key Casts: Paul Pierro


Fate unites a group of four students, taking them from student carelessness and innocence to the harsh reality that will transform their lives.

Runtime: 37 minutes 50 seconds
Theatre: Papermill Theatre
Showtime: Saturday, October 1 | 17:00
Sexual Content, Inappropriate Language, Violence,Drugs & Alcohol
Key Casts: Nina Foskolou, Rigas Skepetaris, Dimitris Kyratsoudis, Vangelis Alexandris

Edge of Hope

Frankie, a 20-year-old girl has been caring for her father Tony, who’s in need of a kidney transplant. Tony, always having been the caretaker of the family is ashamed and guilt-ridden by his worsening kidney condition which has led him to heavily depend on his daughter as well as his brother in-law, Gino. Frankie, after losing her mother and needing to make grown-up decisions from a young age, is willing to give up whatever it takes to keep Tony in her life.
The key turning point of the story begins after Frankie goes against Tony’s wishes in hopes of being his organ donor. When she tests negative, it sparks a raw and emotional conversation between daughter and father. It is only after this conversation Frankie realizes that she can’t always fix what is meant to be fixed by another. After Frankie comes to terms with the circumstances of her role, life unveils itself revealing Gino’s role in Frankie’s and Tony’s life.

Runtime: 8 minutes 53 seconds.
Theatre: Papermill Theatre                                  
Showtime: Saturday, October 1 | 18:40

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