September 12, 2013

'Break' short film official selection of TOIFF 2013

Toronto, CA – Short film, 'Break', is an official selection of the Toronto 2013 TOIndie Film Festival - one of North America's top festivals for micro and no-budget films.

The Hottake Media™ original, 'Break' is a dark comedy directed by Mitch Boudreau, which follows the relationship between a man and his fish-friend, Break. With a budget of only $125, the project proves what can be accomplished with such a small amount of money. 

The mission of the Toronto Independent Film Festival is to screen the best of low-budget independent film from around the world. The Toronto Indie is a celebration of talented filmmakers working on shoestring budgets.

The Toronto Indie runs every September and offers a fantastic opportunity for undiscovered filmmakers to showcase their achievements in a space where all the key players of the film industry have gathered.

 

For more information on the 'Break' short film project and Hottake Media™'s original content, click here.

This article originally appeared on TheDigitalProfessor.com

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