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December 2017

Client News: Dim the Fluorescents in The Globe and Mail

“Inspiration can come from the unlikeliest of corners, but Toronto filmmaker Daniel Warth may be the first person who can trace the creative spark to a bland corporate boardroom. It was in one such beige, all-purpose meeting room about six years ago that Warth, working as a freelance videographer, found the key to his debut feature.”

Client News: Dim the Fluorescents on CBC Q

Finding a creative outlet within mundane corporate life is a familiar story that many audiences can relate to. This is exactly what writer and director Daniel Warth explores in his latest film Dim The Fluorescents.

Client News: Dim the Fluorescents on Dorkshelf

“On the latest episode of The Shelf, we’re joined by Claire Armstrong (Alias Grace) and Naomi Skwarna, the two stars of Dim the Fluorescents – a Toronto-made dramedy that’s been making waves on the festival circuit and won the Grand Jury Prize at the Slamdance Film Festival earlier this year. It’s a strange, hilarious, and heartfelt film – and a very Toronto one at that.”