November 2004 Events
Tuesday November 2
Pimlott lecture - Bob Hunter
Wednesday November 3
Pages Bookstore pagesbooks.cain conversation with Andrew Kaufman. More information to come.
Friday November 5
Harold Innis 110th birthday party
Saturday November 6
Indian Film Festival, part 2 of 2 (see Ocotber 30th entry)
Sunday November 7
Sunday November 7
Tuesday November 9
EYES ON INDIA: LITERARY ADAPTATIONS
WHAT: WORLD LITERACY OF CANADA presents EYES ON INDIA a two-part film series.
First Screening Nov. 9, 2004: SUCH A LONG JOURNEY directed by STURLA
GUNNARSSON and based on the novel of the same name by ROHINTON MISTRY. Includes an on-stage discussion between author and director.
Second Screening Dec. 7, 2004: IN CUSTODY directed by Ismail Merchant and
based on the novel by ANITA DESAI. Includes an on-stage discussion between
the author and CBC Radio Writers & Company host ELEANOR WACHTEL.
WHEN: NOVEMBER 9 & DECEMBER 7 2004
All films begin at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:45 p.m.)
WHO: Founded in 1955, World Literacy of Canada (WLC) is a non-profit
voluntary organization that promotes international development and social
justice. WLC supports community-based programs that emphasize adult literacy
and non-formal education for both children and adults. An active member of
the Toronto community, WLC hosts many literacy awareness initiatives
including the Kama Reading Series, the St. Jamestown Storytelling Festival
and several children's reading events.
TICKETS: $50 SERIES TICKET INCLUDES: two films * four special guest
speakers * door prizes and giveaways * charitable tax receipt for $40
Tickets can be purchased by calling the World Literacy of Canada
CONTACT: Emily Urquhart
World Literacy of Canada
Thursday November 11
The Natural Life Network presents three screenings of Natural Living: The Wilson Natural Home, followed by a question and answer session featuring John Wilson, owner of the award winning Wilson natural home. Show times are: 6:30, 7:30, and 8:30 p.m. Tickets are available at the door or in advance by calling 416-450-2499. Ticket price: $10.
For more information see the web site: www.NaturalLifeNetwork.com/show/
Friday November 12
CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film, the first in a three-part Japanese Horror Series: Ichi the Killer (Miike, 2001, 129 minutes). 7pm, free admission.
Saturday November 13
Director's Guild of Canada - Ontario District screening
Sunday November 14
Hello Darling! a Riyad Wadia film festival
Riyad Wadia was India’s first out gay film director. Sadly, he died in November of 2003 at age 37, after having made just three films: Fearless: The Hunterwali Story, A Mermaid Called Aida, and BOMgAY. Riyad’s signature greeting was “Hello Darling!”
Hello Darling! – in program one – screens Riyad’s three films together for the first time to a Toronto audience on the first anniversary of his death.
Inspired perhaps by Riyad’s example, Indian films makers have begun making openly queer-themed films. Hello Darling! – in program two – screens: Summer In My Veins, Gulaibi Aaina (the Pink Mirror), and re-screens BOMgAY.
Door open, 1:15pm
Program One, 2:00pm, $5.00
Program Two, 5:00pm, $5.00
For more information visit the Hello Darling! website: freewebs.com/hellodarling
Tuesday November 16
UofT Accounting Society orientation
Wednesday November 17
Centre for Media and Culture in Education event "Migration"
Thursday November 18
Polish Students' Association at the Univeristy of Toronto invites you to a
We will be showing a comedy directed by Andrzej Wajda titled "Revenge"
Starring: Roman Polanski, Janusz Gajos, Andrzej Seweryn, Agata Buzek, Rafal Krolikowski
More info about the movie:
Friday November 19
CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film, the second in a three-part Japanese Horror Series: Versus (Kitamura, 2000, 119 minutes). 7pm, free admission.
Saturday November 20
Green Room Productions/Howard Porter private screening
Sunday November 21
Lotus & the Cross (dir. Vishnu Mathur) premiere screening
Monday November 22
CINSSU advance screening of ALEXANDER (Stone, 2004, 175 minutes)
Tuesday November 23
The CFF Education Foundation presents LETTERS FROM KARELIA, "the much acclaimed, moving documentary that tells the story of Aate Pitkanen, a young Finnish Canadian who moved to Soviet Karelia during the Depression and was recruited by Stalin to spy on Finland." The film's director, and the historical researcher will be on hand for a question and answer period. There are two showings: 6:30pm and 8:15pm. You can pick up tickets at the door, but please reserve them in advance by leaving a message at 416-730-8350 or by emailing email@example.com. $10 for CFF members and students, $12 non-members.
Toronto Reel Asian Film Festival. Visit www.reelasian.com.
Friday November 26
CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film, the third in a three-part Japanese Horror Series: Uzumaki (Higuchinsky, 2000, 95 minutes). 7pm, free admission.
Monday November 29
Innis College & Columbia Tri-star Films present an advanced screening of Closer (Nichols, 2004 98 minutes)
Tuesday November 30
ICSS Halo 2 video game night