The inaugural Canadian International Television Festival (CITF) takes place from November 15-17, and celebs like Kim Cattrall, Don McKellar and Bob Martin will be amongst those who are attending.
CITF is Canada’s first television festival aimed at the public – according to their website, their mission of the CITF is to develop and inspire audiences for Canadian-made television through a dynamic festival experience, and to nurture and advance the art and artists in the global TV community.
Cattrall, who’s character Samantha Jones became a household name during her run on the hit series “Sex and the City,” is currently working on “Sensitive Skin,” a comedy based on its UK counterpart by the same name.
The first-ever fest will take place at one of the world’s finest cinema complexes, the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto. Advance tickets for the CITF will be made available at no cost (except for a small handling charge) in early November at the TIFF Bell Lightbox box office, online at www.tiff.net or by telephone at (416) 599-8433