Skip to main content



This is a city that has a very nice view of Lake Ontario. This city is sometimes considered as a part of the greater Toronto. It is a city with a lot of multi-culture. With a lot to offer it has seen a significant increase in the population. For anyone who is thinking of moving there, Mississauga apartments will give a nice and great opportunity to do very many things and enjoy life in a broader way. This is a city that is worth living in and having an experience you will always remember.

There are various parks with a beautiful architecture that have been built for the people in city to enjoy. These are the wonderful relaxation areas that you can take advantage of when you are free. Apart from that, they are a perfect place for kids to go and play and interact with other kids. This helps them grow in various ways and keep healthy. These parks are such as the Kariya Park, Mississauga garden Park among others.

With a shopping mall like Square one, then all the shopping problems of the residents of Mississauga are solved. This place has more 350 stores that are there to cater for what one would need. This is from grocery to clothes and so on. In Mississauga, apartments for rent provide the chance to be able to get to this market and get what you would want fast as it is not far from this apartments.

This city is rated as one of the safest cities around the country. With it having a community feel, then everybody tends to be on the lookout for the safety of their neighbor or friend. Looking for a neighborhood that is safe and secure for you to get that apartment for rent is an easy task here. Almost all neighborhoods are geared up to provide a safe place for you to be.

Mississauga apartments for rent are just the perfect fit for people moving in or trying to move from one house to another. This houses have the best range of prices that can suite just about anybody depending on their preference and needs. These prices can range as from 400 dollars a month to the high end places of more than 100 dollars a month. This gives you a wide range to get the space you want and pay for it comfortably. Remember all these apartments for rent in Mississauga have been built in such a way to provide just what the person who wants them will need.…

10 Questions With Noam Kroll

10 Questions With Noam Kroll

1. What is your favourite movie and why?

I’ve never had just one. I love films for different reasons and many of my favourites are very different from each other so it is difficult to pick one over the other.

Some of my more contemporary favourites include Melancholia, American History X, Shame, Mulholland Drive, Martha Marcy May Marlene, The Prestige and The Fountain.

As for classics there are too many to list.

2. What drives you as a film maker?

It’s the stylistic elements that drive me the most. Any good film will always start with a great story and script, but the stylistic choices whether music, colour, camera work, etc. are what allow that story to flourish into something greater than the words on the page. What I love about film is that it’s the only medium that can simultaneously showcase every single art form in existence. For example a piece of music can be listened to and enjoyed on its own, but when integrated into a film it may become more powerful. The same goes for any other art form that is present in a film: Costume design, camera, art work, etc. On their own, each of these pieces of art can stand alone but when put together in a stylistic way, the sum is greater than the parts. Film is the only medium capable of fusing together so many art forms.

KATIE CHATS: With Festival Director Matt...

KATIE CHATS: With Festival Director Matt Campagna

Katie Uhlmann is no stranger to red carpets; from MIFFs gone by the Oscars themselves, she has walked and talked on the red with the best of them.

So each year, MIFF is excited when she graces the Gala and brings the world a little bit of MIFF’s indie spirit. Be sure to hit up her YouTube channel to all of her amazing coverage of MIFF2012 and more!

10 Questions with Sevé Schelenz

10 Questions with Sevé Schelenz

In oder to provide a platform where Canadians can learn more about our independent film makers, we’ve started a series called “10 Questions”.  We’re reaching out to MIFF Alumni to give us their thoughts about Canadian film, the film making process and everything in between…

Our first is Sevé Schelenz, Director/Writer of Skew and runner up in last year’s festival.  He’s been kind enough to kick off our series and give us some of his thoughts.

1. What is your favourite movie and why?

Wow, too much pressure.  How can you have that “one” favorite movie?  Impossible.  By the time you say what it is, you instantly come up with another.  So, I’ll give you five of my favorites.  Jaws, Back to the Future, Star Wars – A New Hope, Terminator, and…and… Raiders of the Lost Ark.  For me it’s all about story and characters.   All these films have either amazing characters, thought provoking stories, or both.  I think another criteria for judging your favorite movie is if you’d watch it again.  And I don’t mean just once more, but again and again in years to come.  I wouldn’t hesitate to watch any of these films again a year or even 20 years from now.  They are instant classics and will definitely stand the test of time.

2. What drives you as a filmmaker?

I absolutely love working in film.  I think it is really hard for creative people to live in a world where we need to go to work 5 days a week, 9 to 5, to pay our rent and do all the other mundane things – especially if that work is non-creative.  For me, writing a film script is one of the hardest things to do.  Yet that is what makes it one of the most rewarding things to do.  I absolutely love creating a world that follows my rules and bringing characters in and out of it.  Ultimately, I want to reach out to an audience and entertain them.  I also need to write.  I have so many stories and ideas I want to get down on paper that I would die disappointed if I didn’t.  I think the biggest tragedy for any creative person is not trying.  To be on your deathbed and say to yourself, “Well at least I tried” and even possibly failing is more rewarding than not trying.  I have a message on my phone whenever I turn it on.  It says, “Never give up.”  I pass these three simple and most powerful words along to your creative readers out there.  I urge them to live and die by this rule.

3. Who is your greatest influence and why?

I would imagine my greatest influence, as a filmmaker would have to be Steven Spielberg.  In the top five films I noted above, he alone had a large part in three of them.  Not only has he written, directed, and produced some of the most successful films of all time (both creatively and financially) but he’s had an impact on so many other filmmakers over at least the last thirty-five plus years.  You would be hard pressed to find one director today who has not learned from Spielburg’s work in the film world.  I would be really stoked to meet him one day and I hope to have a chance to work with him in some capacity.

4. What actor would you most like to work with and why?

Man, these questions are killing me.  How can you pick just one actor!  So many names instantly come to mind.  Old school actors like DeNiro, Pacino, and Hackman would definitely make the top of that list.  In their prime they were incredible forces to work with.  Along this same line of amazing talent I would also include Gary Oldman, Liam Neeson, and Jeff Bridges.  Now let’s not forget the amazing actresses out there as well – Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, and Judi Dench.  I am also a huge fan of some of the lesser-known yet amazing character actors such as Bruce Greenwood, David Morse, and Angela Bassett.  Okay, so that’s about twelve actors so far.  Can I have them all in my Hollywood film?  Although, even one of these actors would be amazing to work with, the reality is that I would want the perfect actor to fit the role that was written.  It would be more important to me to have an actor that fits the character that I envisioned.  Now having said all that, my true dream of working with someone in Hollywood wouldn’t necessarily be a well-known actor, but a director.  I would kill at the chance to work with some of the greats and just be on set to discover how they put their …

Volunteer Applications Open

Volunteer Applications Open

Every year MIFF relies on an army of volunteers to ensure that the festival runs smoothly. Without our volunteers there would be no Mississauga Independent Film Festival!

This year is poised to be the biggest festival yet, and with a little over 6 weeks before the start of the festival, we need to start recruiting volunteers now.…