NXNE Film 2013: 30 Films
June 13th to 16th, 2013
Bloor Hot Docs Cinema & various projections and installations throughout the city
NXNE Film 2013 is bringing you 30 films. We’ve teamed up with our new partners at Hot Docs for these need-to-sees. Whether you’re a classic rock fan or a Canadian indie lover, we’ve got a lot on offer. And, as usual, there will be plenty of Music content – but this year we’ll also be bringing Comedy and Art components to our screenings, too…
- NXNE Film: Combining our love of music and the silver screen with documentaries, music videos, and everything in between.
- NXNE Comedy: Screening documentaries and shorts, including a collection of comedy shorts selected by Toronto comedy group Laugh Sabbath.
- NXNE Art: Presenting projections and installations throughout the city.
Fans can attend NXNE Film screenings one of five ways (click here for passes/wristbands):
- With an NXNE Priority Pass
- With an NXNE wristband (5-day or 1-day)
- With an NXNE Film Festival-only wristband
- Through the Hot Docs website (single tickets will be available at the end of May here)
- By paying single-film admission charge at the door ($10 in nearly all cases)
NXNE Film screens documentaries, shorts, animations, and feature films – anything in which music is front and centre. In 2013, NXNE Film celebrates its 12th year as a unique, boutique gem set alongside the larger NXNE Music festival. Each year, NXNE Film programs over 30 music-themed films from around the world. From indie docs to concert classics, from punk to country to classical, from all over the world – NXNE Film’s programming is never predictable and always fascinating.
NXNE 2012 Film Festival highlights included screenings of My Father And The Man In Black, Ages and Stages: The Story Of The Meligrove Band, Irvine Welsh’s Ecstasy, and the world premiere of What Did You Expect? The Archers Of Loaf At Cat’s Cradle.
NXNE Film has screened fan favourites like Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison, Better Than Something: Jay Reatard, Stones in Exile, Color Me Obsessed, This Movie is Broken, The Last Pogo, Nick Drake: A Skin Too Few, Son of Satan, The Rocker,Mutual Appreciation, Everyone Stares and Blank Generation.