Toronto's Videodrunk Film Festival Announces 2021 Lineup

The fest makes its Durham region debut this November at 5 Paddles Brewing Company in Whitby
Toronto's Videodrunk Film Festival Announces 2021 Lineup
Videodrunk is a film festival for the alternative that has prided itself in presenting the finest underground cinema to audiences in the Greater Toronto Area since 2014.

After an online iteration in 2020, the fest will make Durham region its home at Whitby, ON's 5 Paddles Brewing Company from November 18 to 21 for this year's edition. However, Videodrunk's chills, thrills, laughs, trips and reality like you've maybe never seen will also be available for viewing online via the streaming platform Festivee.

Featuring four days jam-packed with features, short films, video art and even live stand-up comedy, this festival is an occasion not to be missed — it's the perfect way to celebrate finding joy in the strangeness of these challenging times. (And one can reasonably assume that plenty of craft beer will be involved.)

All provincial COVID-19 regulations will be in effect at the festival. The 19+ event is for adults only and viewer discretion is advised, as some of the films contain violence (including of a sexual nature), coarse language, disturbing imagery, strobe lighting, sexuality and the use of drugs and alcohol.

Tickets to attend in-person are available here, and you'll find online viewing options here. Visit Videodrunk's website for further details.

See the full festival lineup below.

Susan & the Purrfect Murder, dir. Kyle Dunbar (Canada)
When They Come, dir. Hunter Collins (Canada)
All Hail the Champion, dir. Eric Lochstampfor (US)*
Posted No Hunting, dir. Alisa Stern (US)
Model Railroad, dir. Nathan Powell (Canada)
Tape End, dir. Jake Delaney (Canada)
She Keeps Me Warm, dir. Scott Clouthier (Canada)
Close Calls, dir. Brianna Benozich (US)
Home Movie, dir. Tal Alperstein (Israel)
Unfinished, dir. Kassy Gascho and Amreen Kullar (Canada)
Customer Service, dir. Brendan Cook (US)
Night Caller, dir. Chad Ferrin (US)*

Flora & Fauna, dir. Olivia Waring (UK)
Man or Tree, dir. Varun Raman and Tom Hancock (UK)
Hands and Wings, dir. Sungbin Byun (South Korea)
RKLSS, dir. Tank Standing Buffalo (Canada)
The Dinner Party, dir. Michèle Kaye (Canada)*
Feral, dir. Bojana Babić (Serbia)
Charlie, dir. Matthew Horvat (Canada)*
Lament, dir. Kimberley Wells (Canada-Australia)
Just the Way You Are, dir. RC Krueger (US)
Burned, dir. Nik Persaud (Canada)*
Resignation Cove, dir. Rebecca Falvey (Canada)
Death and Bowling, dir. Lyle Kash (US)*

Le Winner, dir. Aliénor Duplessis (FR)*
Half of the Way, dir. Cristian Caetano (Canada)
Lumen, dir. Gauthier Humbert (FR)
Tarte Tatin, dir. Justine McCloskey (Canada)*
Fulcrum, dir. Timothy David Orme (US)
You Missed a Spot, dir. Liam Walsh (US)
Bloodshed, dir. Paolo Mancini and Daniel Watchorn (Canada)
Pleasant Valley Drive-In, dir. Brian Zahm (US)
Ghost Theory: A Modern Dating Conspiracy, dir. Ethan Gillis (Canada)
Man on the Moon, dir. Sean Conway and Oliver Jackson (Australia-UK)
For Roger, dir. Aaron Bartuska (US)*

2020, dir. Tom Bessoir (US)*
The Phone Interview, dir. Kassy Gascho and Melissa Jones (Canada)
Where Has My Love Gone?, dir. Rob White (Canada)
Bad Date #26, dir. Aidan Mazerolle (Canada)
P, dir. Felicitas Knoche, Clarissa Langer and Felix Müller (Germany)
Voice Message, dir. Josip Sunko (Croatia)*
Dudecreeps, dir. Dylan Hamilton-Smith (US)
The Gorgoneae, dir. DT Kofoed (US)
Last Train to Rock 'n' Roll, dir. Ignacio Malagón del Río (Spain)*

* in-person exclusive

The lineup is subject to change.