Canada | 2007 | Drama

Synopsis: A Winter Tale tells the story of a Black men’s support group that begins to meet at a Caribbean Takeaway restaurant in the aftermath of the shooting death of a local child. It was developed through a collaborative improvisational process with the cast, who were drawn from Toronto’s Caribbean and multicultural communities

Starring: Peter Williams, Leonie Forbes, Michael Miller, Valerie Buhagiar, Lucky Ejim, Ryan Glascow, Peter Bailey, Nicole Stamp, Ryan Ishmael, Bobby Del Rio
Directed by Frances-Anne Solomon
Written by Frances-Anne Solomon, Michele Lonsdale-Smith
Produced by Frances-Anne Solomon, Susan Fueg, Michele Lonsdale Smith

Awards: 2007 Tonya Lee Williams Award for Outstanding Canadian Feature at the Reelworld Film Festival
2007 Audience Award for Best Feature Film at the Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival
2008 Award for Best Foreign Film at the San Diego Black Film Festival
2008 Remi Award – Best Editing Worldfest Houston Int Film Festival
2008 Zuma Film Festival Nigeria: Award for Best Editor & Award for Best Cinematographer
Ousmane Sembene Award for Best Foreign Film
2008 Festival of Black International Cinema Berlin – Best Film.

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