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Photographs by Liora Kogan
March 29 - April 26
Reception: April 16, 7:00 pm
An exhibition celebrating the country’s rich and diverse culture on its 70th Independence anniversary through the faces of Israeli newcomers.
Presented as part of Spotlight on Israel 2018
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Jeanne Lamon Hall, Trinity-St. Paul's Centre (427 Bloor St. West)
Nine years after the financial crisis has brought the economy to the brink of collapse, a rag-tag band of investors feverishly seek out high-return investments in the booming global markets—and find a goldmine in China. But the discovery of a massive web of fraud threatens to call the whole system into question. A riveting post-Recession heist story, Jed Rothstein’s eye-opening exposé rings the alarm on the need for transparency in an increasingly deregulated financial world.
Hot Docs Epilogues: For our 25th anniversary, we’re bringing back some of our all time favourite Festival films and checking in with their unforgettable subjects to learn how the films have impacted their lives.
Kristen Dobbin and Toomas Volkmann's photo exhibits Two Ends of a Lifespan presents the perspectives on Estonian identity in Toronto's tight-knit diaspora community from two ends of a lifespan. Kristen Dobbin's nostalgic series on Estonian summer camp, Jõekääru, documents young campers exploring their culture and identity, while highlighting a diaspora institution in transition. Toomas Volkmann's triptychs portray Estonian-Canadians born in Estonia in the early years of the Republic, between 1918 adn 1923, alongside personal reflections on their lives spent in two countries.
GORDON FOOTE director
JIM LEWIS director
RENEE ROSNES piano
JOHN AND CLAUDINE BAILEY DISTINGUISHED VISITOR IN JAZZ
TERRY PROMANE director
INEKE VAN DOORN vocals and MARC VAN VUGT guitar
With fairy-like sounds, funky arrangements, modern music full of harrowing and twisting harmonies and sadly comforting songs, singer Ineke van Doorn and guitarist Marc van Vugt explore the boundaries between improvisation and composition, in original songs with regular lyrics and in pure improvisations, by giving their characteristic interpretation of standards or by amalgamation of different musical expressions.
Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park