DRIFF 2022 continues until Sunday through online programming

DRIFF 2022 continues until Sunday through online programming

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Even if you missed the in-person screenings at the Durham Region International Film Festival (DRIFF), you can still check out their virtual lineup.

DRIFF On-Demand is streaming films online until Sunday.

More than 30 films are available across several categories, including documentaries, narrative features and made-in-Ontario shorts.

The entire virtual catalogue can be accessed for $15.

The following films won awards at this year’s festival, and are streaming online:

  • Best Canadian Short: Nuisance Bear, by Jack Weisman and Gabriela Osio Vanden (Canada)
  • Best Documentary: Love in the Time of Fentanyl, by Colin Askey (Canada)
  • Best Feature: Carajita, by Ulises Porra and Silvina Schnicer (Dominican Republic)
  • Best International Short: Identibye, by Sajjad Shahhatami (Iran)
  • Best Student Film: Feeling the Apocalypse, by Chen Sing Yap (Canada)
  • Best Regional Film: He Comes at Night, by Joseph Covello (Canada)
    • This film expires earlier than the others, on Wednesday.

The People’s Choice Award will be announced after virtual screenings have concluded. Any audience members – both in-person and virtual – can cast their vote.

To learn more about DRIFF On-Demand, click here.

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