City Sonic

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City Sonic
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Featured Artists
Geddy Lee, Cancer Bats, Brian Borcherdt (Holy Fuck), Tyler Stewart (Barenaked Ladies), Justin Rutledge, Bazil Donovan (Blue Rodeo), Jason Collett, Care Failure (Die Mannequin), Danko Jones, Damian Abraham (Fucked Up), Sarah Slean, Lioness, Serena Ryder, D-Sisive, Divine Brown, Woodhands, Brendan Canning (Broken Social Scene), Sebastien Grainger (Death from Above 1979), Colin Munroe, Tony Dekker (Great Lake Swimmers), and Laura Barrett and Martin Tielli
Featured Directors
Bruce MacDonald, Geroge Vale, Rob Pilichowski, Anita Doron, Charles Officer, Peter Lynch and Robert Lang
Executive Producers
Janice Dawe
Robert Lang
Peter Raymont
Interactive Producers
David Oppenheim
Cameron Mitchell

City Sonic is a documentary series about Toronto-based musicians and the places that influenced their music.[1] The first five City Sonic films were previewed at Toronto's 2009 North by North East Music and Film Festival.[2]

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City Sonic is a series of 20 short film films about places where music happens. Directed by Canadian filmmakers and produced by White Pine Pictures and Kensington Communications, each City Sonic film features one artist and one Toronto location that influenced them and their work.

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