Thursday, 24 March 2011

Japan Benefit Screening of "Fine, Totally Fine" in Toronto

If you happen to reside in the great city of Toronto, please block off April 5th on your calendars. The Toronto J-Film Pow-Wow is putting on a benefit screening of Yosuke Fujita's "Fine, Totally Fine" at The Revue Cinema (located at 400 Roncesvalles Avenue - 7PM show time) with all proceeds going to help disaster relief funds in Japan.

From all reports, it's an excellent film and very funny. One of my co-horts at J-Film (Eric Evans) describes it as "quite possibly the most perfectly cast film in recent memory, without one weak link or false note". It's gotta be worth $8 (only eight!) for that, don't you think? Here's the trailer:

Proceeds go directly to the Support Japan - GAMBARE relief fund which will be distributed by Japanese aid organizations JustGiving to help the survivors of the tragedy.

Check our post over at the J-Film for more information, but if you can spare the time at all and are in the area, please come help fill the theatre for the 7PM show and donate a few dollars towards the relief cause.

If you can't make it, please consider donating to any of the many relief funds that have been set up recently. The right hand sidebar has a good example that's quite conveniently placed...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It's always nice to see people supporting a good cause like this. By the way: one of my favorite films is 'Eternal Sunshine', so I love your blog title! Perhaps you can add my filmsite to your blog roll and I can do the same for you?