Buffer Festival spotlights YouTube creators in Toronto

Posted Nov 4, 2013 by Bryen Dunn
Yet another film festival is coming to Toronto's movie screens. The first annual Buffer Festival will welcome a stellar lineup of YouTube’s most popular content creators to the city from November 8-10.
Gregory Brothers
Gregory Brothers
Gregory Brothers
YouTube stars headlining sessions and attending fan meet-ups include The Gregory Brothers of Auto Tune – The News, Jeana and Jesse from PrankvsPrank, Grace Helbig of Daily Grace, Michael Buckley of What the Buck?!, Craig Benzine of Wheezy Waiter, Gregory Brown and Mitchell Moffit from asapSCIENCE, Charlie McDonnell of charlieissocoollike, Jack Douglass of JacksFilms, Hannah Hart of Harto, Joe Penna of Mystery Guitar Man, Matt Gibson of MattG124, Mitchell Davis of LiveLavaLive, Benny Fine from The Fine Bros., along with Sawyer Hartman, Mike Falzone and Meghan Tonjes.
In addition to the talent listed above, the following vloggers and content creators are scheduled to host sessions, screen videos and/or attend the meet-ups: Adorian Deck, Alexander Carpenter, Alex Perrault, Allen Buckle of FlufeeTalks, Andrew Bravener, Andrew Gunadie of gunnarolla, Andrew Huang of songstowearpantsto, Bernie Su and Joanna Sotomura of Pemberley Digital, Bryarly Bishop, Chad Sahley of clipcritics, Chris Pirillo of lockergnome, Chyna Grove of wheezynews, Daniel Shim of shimmycocopuffsss, Davey Wavey of wickydkewl, Derek Muller of veritasium, Jenn McAllister of jennxpenn, Jimmy Wong, Jus Reign, Karen Kavett of xperpetualmotion, Khyan Mansley of Khyan1, Lilly Singh of ||Superwoman||, Louis Cole of funforlouis, Mamrie Hart of YouDeserveADrink, Matthew Santoro, Michael Aranda, Nadine Sykora of heynadine, Nicola Foti of soundlyawake, Pete Czerwinski of FurriousPete123, Sean Klitzner, Shawna Howson of Nanalew, Shira Lazar of What’s Trending, Steve Booker, Tay Zonday, Tim Deegan, Tyler Lemco, and Vincent Cyr of Cyr1216.
While the majority of these names are far from household recognition, they are creating a buzz below the radar. Here's a chance to catch something new and completely off the radar for most individuals. The complete schedule is available online along with guest YouTube links.
The Buffer Festival was founded by Corey Vidal, Samantha Fall and Corrado Coia and is presented by ApprenticeA Productions and produced in partnership with the Canadian Film Centre’s Media Lab (CFC Media Lab). The festival showcases the best creative work from video creators on YouTube and takes place at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, Scotiabank Theatre, Glenn Gould Studio and the St. Lawrence Centre from November 8-10, 2013. Buffer Festival is being made by YouTubers for YouTubers. More information
Tickets are currently on sale online or by phone: TIFF Bell Lightbox at 416-599-TIFF (8433) or 1-888-599-8433, 10am - 7pm daily and in person: at TIFF Bell Lightbox 350 King Street West, Toronto, ON, 10am - 10pm daily.