March 19, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 89  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

ART EVENTS

Future Feed Forward
Forest City Gallery
Mar. 18 to 24

Forest City Gallery is reopening at a brand new location at 352 Talbot St.

Future Feed Forward is a festival that intends to celebrate performance, media art, music and literature created by both new and established artists. The event began last night at the Gallery and will continue until Sunday.

Today there is a curator’s tour at 2 p.m., an open forum at 3 p.m., a video screening at 8 p.m. and a reception at 9:30 p.m.. Various workshops and artist will be scattered throughout the day.

Call 434-5875, or visit www.forestcitygallery.ca for Saturday and Sunday’s information.

The London Canadian Film Festival
Rainbow Cinemas
Mar. 25 to 28

The London Canadian Film Festival is preparing for its second annual non-profit film event. The Festival will screen 13 Canadian feature films — each accompanied by a student produced short film — over the course of four days.

The event, hosted by Rainbow Cinemas, will offer viewers a chance to meet with the writers, actors and directors of the films.

The London Canadian Film Festival Group partnered with Film Circuit this year, a distributor affiliated with the Toronto International Film Festival, to provide a wider range of films.

Visit www.londoncanfilmfest.ca for more information about The London Canadian Film Festival.

 

 

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