Sudbury Living - Winter 2008 - (Page 58)

o n t h e t o wn 20 years of films, fun and friends Cinéfest, sudbury’s international film festival started in 1989 and continues to get bigger and better every year. 1 2 3 7 5 4 6 With so many people going to films and parties, it is a wonder any work gets down in Sudbury during Cinéfest. This year the festival ran from Sept. 13 to Sept 21. 1 Rachel Proulx and her husband Gregory St. Germain enjoyed the opening night party at Dynamic Earth. The couple had festival passes and got to see many films. 2 Freelance writer Max Leighton with media relations assistant Melanie Lowe. 3 Actor/director Paul Gross enjoyed talking to Sudbury film buffs about his film Passchendaele. Gross shot scenes for an earlier film, Men With Brooms, in Sudbury. 4 Louise Boyd was happy to meet actor Joe Dinicol, who plays a soldier in Passchendaele, and the film’s producer Niv Fichman at the party at the Radisson Hotel following the film screening. 5 Fan Maggie Bristow with actor Paul Gross. Sudbury audiences got to see Passchendaele weeks before the epic film opened in theatres across Canada. 6 Festival executive director Tammy Frick with Charles Martin Smith, director of The Stone of Destiny, 7 Patricia Rozema, director of I Heard The Mermaids Singing, hugs writer Heather Campbell who handles guest services for the festival. Rozema’s film was screened during the Dynamic Earth party. 58 Sudbury Living Winter 2008

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Sudbury Living - Winter 2008

Sudbury Living - Winter 2008
Cover Story
Health and Fitness
People are No Longer Shy about Getting a Little Work Done
On the Town
Wonderful Winter
City Stories

Sudbury Living - Winter 2008