The Female Eye Film Festival (FeFF), now in its 8th year, opens tomorrow in Toronto and is delighted to be announcing an exceptional list of talent who will be attending the festival including actors, directors, screenwriters and industry experts. The Female Eye supports extraordinary filmmaking talent from around the globe and is a necessary cultural event of Toronto's landscape. The Female Eye Film Festival (FeFF), now in its 8th year, opens tomorrow in Toronto and is delighted to be announcing an exceptional list of talent who will be attending the festival including actors, directors, screenwriters and industry experts. The Female Eye supports extraordinary filmmaking talent from around the globe and is a necessary cultural event of Toronto's landscape.

The Female Eye, in association with travel sponsor Stage and Screen Travel Services, welcomes style icon and renowned fashion stylist Carson Kressley ('Queer Eye for the Straight Guy') to the festival. Kressley produced and is featured in the film '16 to Life' (directed by Becky Smith), which premieres on Saturday, March 27th at 7 pm at the Rainbow Cinemas Market Square, 80 Front Street East.



The festival is also delighted to feature the Female Eye Honourary Director Award Recipient for 2010, Catherine Hardwicke.

All film screenings will take place in Toronto at the Rainbow Cinemas Market Square, 80 Front Street East. The festival's hotel partner, the Novotel at 45 The Esplanade will host all panel discussions, workshops and award ceremonies.

For advance tickets, visit TicketBreak.com or call 1-866-9-GET-TIX. For more information about the festival, please visit the festival website.