It’s the final weekend of Winterlude, but maybe you’ve already seen the sculptures, skated the canal, and eaten all of the fried dough. Well, not to worry. There’s still plenty to do in Ottawa this weekend.
Unikkaaqtuarniq: Stories from the North is screening from 6–9pm, February 1–4 outside of the Aberdeen Pavilion in Lansdowne Park (1525 Princess Patricia Way). Dress for the weather. Admission is free.
The 9th Wakefield Doc Fest is running from February 3 to March 4 at the Centre Wakefield La Pêche.
The 3rd Mirror Mountain Film Festival will be at Arts Court Theatre (2 Daly Ave) from December 1–3, 2017.
Sanita Fejzic: “This year marks the festival’s best year to date… So why keep the important things in the closet? Bring them out into the open next time, please.”
An American in Paris is one of Hollywood’s most spectacular musicals ever produced. The legendary movie will be screened in the National Arts Centre’s Southam Hall, accompanied live by the NAC Orchestra, November 16-18.
The inaugural Ottawa Adventure Film Festival (OAFF) is taking place at the Mayfair Theatre on November 18 and 19.
Short films, groundbreaking collabs, world premieres and feature films are being screened at Mirror Mountain Film Festival. Tickets cost $5.
Sanita Fejzic: “All queer cinema is should be celebrated and I hope you’ll check this film out and enjoy it for what it is: a lighthearted coming out story told from an immigrant perspective.”
The Inside Out Film Festival is back in town from November 10–12, 2017 at the National Gallery of Canada.
Summer is back with a vengeance this weekend, bringing sunny skies and hot hot heat along with it. It’s a great time to get out there and enjoy what this city has to offer, which, as you will see, is plenty.
For decades, the Ottawa International Animation Festival has attracted film and animation buffs, art lovers and filmmakers from around the globe. You won’t want to miss this year’s exciting line-up of screenings, workshops, panels and parties.
No Netflix? No problem. There are many free alternatives for you to enjoy the magic of Hollywood at home or out and about in Ottawa.
Asinabka is an annual Indigenous film and media arts festival taking place here in Algonquin territory from August 9-13. This year will be the 6th edition, and like all previous years, expect fresh and dynamic content not only from Canada but all across the world.
The Canadian Film Institute is looking for digitized visual recordings of celebrations, events and people living their lives in recognizable sites in the Ottawa area as part of the Ottawa 2017 celebrations.