Lost Episode Festival Toronto 2014: ANNA And PATRICK Headline Weekend Lineup

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Lost Episode Festival Toronto 2014: ANNA And PATRICK Headline Weekend Lineup
The Lost Episode Festival Toronto, or LEFT, is prepping for a weekend of thrills, horror and debauchery on July 5 and 6. The festival takes place at the famed Bloor Hot Docs Cinema in downtown Toronto. 

The fest will be hosting the Canadian theatrical premieres of Jorge Dorado's thriller Anna, starring American Horror Story's Taissa Farmiga and Brian Cox, and Mark Hartley's Patrick, starring You're Next's Sharni Vinson. There will also be short film programs and the midnight program will feature a burlesque show by Nerd Girl Burlesque

The Lost Episode Festival Toronto (LEFT) announced today the programme of feature films, short films, live burlesque, and the 50 Hour Film Competition awards show, 5-6 July at The Bloor Hot Docs Cinema. Tickets are now available online here, and will also be available at the venue during the festival.

LEFT, which annually presents the festival in Toronto, Canada, selected the programming. The 2014 programme focuses on horror, and continues the aim from the previous year of presenting new work by independent filmmakers. LEFT will include 2 feature films and over 30 short films. Both feature films will make their Canadian theatrical premieres. The midnight programme will feature additional premieres, including international award winning horror short films, and a live performance from Nerd Girl Burlesque. The 50 Hour Film programme shows all of the horror shorts created in just 50 hours by local & international filmmakers at the 2014 competition, who compete for a chance to win over $14,000 in cash & prizes.

We will be giving away tickets for the programs, so keep your eyes peeled for contest announcements soon! 
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