at TIFF Bell Lightbox on June 28, 2013June 07 2013
TORONTO, June 7, 2013 - FOXED! - an award-winning, 3D animated short by Toronto-based director James Stewart - will have its Canadian 3D premiere and theatrical run in Toronto at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, starting June 28, 2013. The enchanting, stop motion animated short will screen in front of the awe-inspiring feature documentary, Storm Surfers 3D
, as part of TIFF's exciting summer program line-up.
Emily is up against the sinister forces of foxes in this tale about fighting for what you believe in. Enthusiastically received at international film festivals in Stuttgart, San Francisco, Annecy, and Sarasota, FOXED! is a darkly humorous tale about growing up in an environment of parental control in which children are often misrepresented in the eyes of their parents.
at Bloor Hot Docs Cinema May 17th - May 23rdMay 11 2013
"The cause couldn't be more urgent: the demobilization of child soldiers deployed by plundering militias in Central Africa. And the face of the cause couldn't be more eloquent: retired Canadian general Romeo Dallaire, his soul still shattered by his Rwandan past but his mind alert to the prospect of a more humane future."
- Rick Groen / Globe and Mail
White Pine Pictures is proud to announce that FIGHT LIKE SOLDIERS DIE LIKE CHILDREN will be playing in Toronto at the Bloor HotDocs Cinema from May 17th - May 23rd - hot on the heels of sold out screenings at the 2013 Hot Docs International Documentary Film Festival, the prestigious IDFA in Amsterdam and the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in the U.S. Directed by Patrick Reed, the latest feature documentary by White Pine Pictures follows retired General Roméo Dallaire as he returns to Africa on a new mission - to eradicate the use of child soldiers.
DVD, Blu-ray and Digital Release on May 28May 01 2013
Toronto, Ontario, April 30, 2013 - Hellbound?
- a thought-provoking feature-length documentary that explores today's highly contentious debate over the Christian doctrine of hell, will be released across Canada on DVD, Blu-ray, Digital Download, including iTunes and Amazon instant streaming, as well as Video On-Demand (VOD) on May 28, 2013. The film earned rave reviews from mainstream and faith-based media alike when it played in theatres across the U.S. and Canada last fall.
Canadian Stop-Motion Animated Film Gets 3D Premiere in StuttgartApril 17 2013
Toronto, Ontario - April 16, 2013 - - Award-winning 3D director James Stewart, founder of Geneva Film Co., is pleased to announce that his stop-motion animated short film, Foxed!
will have its 3D premiere at the prestigious Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film (ITFS) on April 25, 2013. "Heaven on earth for all fans of animated film," the ITFS is considered the biggest and one of the most important festivals for animated film worldwide.
Shot in stunning stereoscopic 3D, Foxed!
is a short film about a dark and sinister trip down the rabbit fox hole. Dubbed "a gorgeous nightmarish nugget," the film's underlying theme of invisibility expresses concern for the repression and negligence of children in our society. Click here for trailer.
The film is co-directed and produced by digital 3D filmmaking pioneer James Stewart whose credits include the 3D work for Werner Herzog's acclaimed Cave of Forgotten Dreams.
Canadian premiere at Hot Docs on April 27, 2013April 08 2013
"The ultimate focus of the rest of my life is to eradicate the use of child soldiers and to eliminate
even the thought of the use of children as instruments of war."
- LGen The Honourable Roméo A. Dallaire
Toronto, April 8, 2013 - - White Pine Pictures is proud to present the Canadian premiere of Fight Like Soldiers Die Like Children
at the 2013 Hot Docs International Documentary Film Festival. This special presentation comes hot on the heels of its sold out screenings at the prestigious IDFA in Amsterdam and the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in the U.S. Directed by Patrick Reed, the latest feature documentary by White Pine Pictures follows retired General Roméo Dallaire as he returns to Africa on a new mission - to eradicate the use of child soldiers.
In 1994, General Roméo Dallaire received orders to stand by as a genocidal civil war engulfed in Rwanda. 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were slaughtered in 100 days. Dallaire returned to Canada a disillusioned and shattered man. Still haunted by these memories, the celebrated author and humanitarian has embarked on a new mission: to bring his passion and dedication to ending the recruitment and use of children as soldiers around the world.
Director Patrick Reed, researcher and producer on Shake Hands With the Devil,
White Pine Picture's Emmy Award-winning film that chronicled Dallaire's experience in Rwanda, now follows Dallaire through the DR Congo, Rwanda, South Sudan and North America as he meets with child soldiers, self-defense groups, militia leaders and those trying to demobilize these children.