center_img The Air Canada enRoute Film Festival, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary, will showcase 20 short films on its flights around the world from Aug. 1 to Dec. 31. The shorts will also be available at enRoutefilm.com, where viewers can vote for their favourite. Other jury members include actors Jason Priestley and Karine Vanasse.Gadon is so busy juggling multiple projects, she expects she’ll have to watch the finalists on her laptop while in the air over the next few months. It’s a labour of love, though.“I love film and I love short films,” said Gadon, who was also a jury member in 2013 and has been in many short films. Sarah Gadon is diving into what she calls “pioneer boot camp” as she prepares to play the lead in a much-anticipated adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace.The Toronto actor is in pre-production for the six-hour miniseries, which is inspired by the true story of Grace Marks, an Irish immigrant and maid who was convicted of murder in Upper Canada in 1843 but exonerated decades later.Sarah Polley wrote and produced the project, which will screen on CBC and Netflix. Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment last_img read more