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December 1st, 2016 : 7p.m. : Metro Toronto Convention Centre : Jon Basset Theatre : $25A huge thank you to everyone who came out to support Geneva Centre for Autism and Spectrum Productions’ very first Talking Pictures! It was a huge success! We were thrilled to have over 200 guests enjoying the creative films made by filmmakers with ASD.

We’re so appreciative to everyone who made the night possible! A special thank you to MC, Richard Crouse and our agency partner, Launchpad.

Proceeds from this event will support programs for children, youth, and adults with ASD that offer opportunities to build skills and explore their talents at Geneva Centre for Autism and Spectrum Productions.

We hope to see you again in 2017!

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Come enjoy the show and meet the film makers!

Spectrum Productions helps young people with ASD to develop their talent in media, animation, and film. See the exciting and inspiring work created by the latest group of up and coming film makers.

Proceeds from this exclusive film engagement will support programs for children, youth, and adults with ASD that offer opportunities to build skills and explore their talents.

Put your name on it! Join the Talking Pictures production team by sponsoring this exclusive event. Your brand stamp will show support for the film and autism communities and provide future opportunities for individuals with ASD.

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Geneva centre for autism

Geneva Centre for Autism provides services and supports to empower individuals with autism, and their families, to fully participate in their communities. Every year we help over 3,000 families, children, youth and adults develop skills and realize opportunities for successful community inclusion.

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Richard Crouse: film critic

Richard Crouse is the regular film critic for CTV’s Canada AM, the 24 hour news source CTV’s News Channel and CP24. In 2011 he hosted In Short, a series of eight hour long show showcasing BravoFact’s best short films. His syndicated Saturday afternoon radio show, The Richard Crouse Show, originates on News Talk 1010 in Toronto. He is also the author of six books on pop culture history and writes weekly column for Metro newspaper.

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Spectrum productions

Spectrum Productions supports and encourages the social and creative advancement of youth on the Autism Spectrum. They provide exposure to all aspects of film production by giving participants easy access to the tools, equipment and guidance needed to make personal and collaborative media projects.

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For more information contact Rachel Truant at 412-322-7877 ext. 254 or

Agency partner: launch*pad