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14 January: Acclaimed Feature Documentary, HURT, Premieres on Super Channel, January 19th at 9 pm (ET)Posted at 11:43 am
Super Channel, Canada’s only national English pay television network, is pleased to announce the Canadian broadcast premiere of the critically acclaimed documentary feature, HURT, on Tuesday, January 19 at 9 p.m. ET (SC4). It will also be available on Super Channel On Demand the following day.
9 December: HURT Added To Canada’s Top Ten Film FestivalPosted at 11:52 am
HURT: The Steve Fonyo Story has been added to the lineup for this year’s Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival. Details were made public yesterday at a press conference hosted by the Toronto International Film Festival. Established in 2001, the festival celebrates and promotes contemporary Canadian cinema and raises awareness of Canadian achievements in film. Running January 8 to 17, 2016 at TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto, the 10-day event presents public screenings of the selected films accompanied by introductions and Q&A sessions with filmmakers, as well as special events, industry […]
Toronto, ON [September 20, 2015] — HURT, the documentary directed by Alan Zweig (When Jews Were Funny (Best Canadian Feature, TIFF 2013), A Hard Name, 15 Reasons to Live), has won the Platform Prize after having its world premiere at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. HURT is the only Canadian film, and the only documentary, to screen as part of the new Platform programme which is comprised of up to 12 films of high artistic merit that demonstrate a strong directorial vision by significant international filmmakers. “We are thrilled […]
24 July: HURT, The New Documentary From Alan Zweig To Have World Premiere at 2015 Toronto International Film FestivalPosted at 4:20 pm
Toronto, ON [August 13, 2015] — Peter Gentile, President of MDF Productions, is please to announce that HURT, the documentary written and directed by Alan Zweig, will have its world premiere at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. HURT is the only Canadian film, and the only documentary, to screen as part of the new Platform programme.