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Cinestir and Rumbletone Productions Present:

Fri-Sat Oct. 10 & 11
at the 360 Club-326 Queen St. W
with live musical guests
Tijuana Bibles(10th) The Eines (11th)
Showtimes: 9pm & 11:45pm
(25 different videos each night!)
tickets: $9 or $15 for weekend pass

The IMVF hits Toronto!
Featuring innovative artists, musicians and videographers from Canada, the .S., U.K., Australia, Norway, Germany and even Malta, IMVF 2003 is preserving the D.I.Y. ethic of independent artists and grassroots music scenes worldwide, while promoting the brilliant and outstanding entries for this years festival.
IMVF 2003 will feature 50 international videos over two nights, with a special 'banned/censored' segment, competition, and special live performances by Tijuana Bibles and The Eines.

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