Follow world renowned bushcraft expert Ray Mears through the wilderness of the Temagami region, as he explores the path of acclaimed author Grey Owl in the documentary film The Path of Grey Owl, showing tonight at the Vaughan Film Festival’s shortCUTS program.
If you’re a fan of documentaries or animated films, this is the weekend you’ve been dreaming about.
The Vaughan Film Festival continues it 2022 shortCUTS: Cinemas under the Stars program on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 at Assembly Park, 80 Interchange Way in Vaughan. September 30 features Best-Of Docs and Oct. 1 features the Best-Of Animation. Both sessions start at 8:30 p.m.
Guests are invited to indulge in a relaxing night under the stars while shopping local goods, enjoying live music, and celebrating international cinema. Seating is General Admission on the lawn. Muskoka chairs will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Get extra cozy and grab some yummy treats from the food truck and beer tent too!
Pay What You Can donations will be accepted from attendees on-site. Donations will go towards VFF’s educational initiatives and its selected charity, Little Pear Garden. A donation of $10 is suggested.
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