PRIVATE SCREENING (Toronto) - Subconscious Passward by Chris Landreth

Tonight I had the pleasure of seeing Chris Landreth's latest film, Subconscious Password at the TIFF Bell Lightbox. The film is an NFB production that included a collaboration with the Seneca Animation Department. Tonight's screening was the first screening of the film and was limited to friends, family, and colleagues so they could get a chance to see the film in a properly equipped 3D theatre. I'm going to do a post about the film itself at a later date, but I wanted to share some of the photos I took while I was at the screening this evening.

Chris Landreth greeting friends, family, and colleagues - Seneca College 
(Photo Credit: Grayden Laing / Canadian Animation)

Chris Landreth thanking Daniel Janke, the composer for Subconscious Password
(Photo Credit: Grayden Laing / Canadian Animation)

Q & A period after the screening of Subconscious Password
(Photo Credit: Grayden Laing / Canadian Animation)
Q & A period after the screening of Subconscious Password
(Photo Credit: Grayden Laing / Canadian Animation)
Chris Landreth answering questions about Subconscious Password (Photo Credit: Grayden Laing / Canadian Animation)
Packed house at the TIFF Bell Lightbox Theatre
(Photo Credit: Grayden Laing / Canadian Animation)
Marcy Page, Mark Jones, and Steve Hoban
(Photo Credit: Grayden Laing / Canadian Animation)
Craig Small and Marcy Page
(Photo Credit: Grayden Laing / Canadian Animation)





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