Chamberfest and the National Arts Centre Orchestra are each presenting special concerts this week. Between the two is a great deal of film music by composers such as Philip Glass, John Williams, plus video game soundtracks by acclaimed composers Maxine Goulet and Gordy Habb.
Two films on queer love in rural settings make up part of Inside Out’s varied programming.
The program includes 11 screenings of international feature-length films, Ottawa premieres, and world premieres by Canadian artists. An awards ceremony closes the festival on Sunday evening, December 4.
Dream, Girl is being screened on Tuesday, November 1st at the Mayfair Theatre with special guest Sophie Grégoire Trudeau. A Q&A session with Komal Minhas and director Erin Bagwell will follow.
En ces temps troublés ou les actualités nous abreuvent de tristes nouvelles sur des tensions intercommunautaires, un peu de douceur et de simplicité sont les bienvenus.
Buckle up and get ready for a weekend full of literary and artistic creations and crafts galore.
After only a few short days back at it, we once again welcome the weekend.
Highlights from the 40th year of the Ottawa International Animation Festival
Today is the first day of fall and, fingers crossed, this weekend’s weather may actually suit the season. With the arrival of the best season of the year (OK, I may be pushing my personal bias here), we’ve a great bunch of things on the roster, to celebrate. Festivals First off, the festivals. The Ottawa […]
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And it has been here for 40 years. See films at the Ottawa International Animation Festival in September.
60 minutes | Comedy, Parody | Mature To write the script for “Best Picture” you would need nothing less than an encyclopedic knowledge of film history. You will not, however, need more that a layperson’s familiarity to enjoy it. This show is a rapid-fire series of gags, lambasting every film to ever be awarded the […]
After last weekend’s heat wave, I think it’s safe to say summer has arrived in our fair city. And with it comes a slew of festivals and other fun events. Enjoy! One of my favourite events takes place this weekend: Doors Open Ottawa gives you the chance to take a look inside some of the […]
The manic pixie dream billboard of Justin Trudeau and Barack Obama hugging in Sandy Hill (thanks CBC!) just might have brought sunlight back to Ottawa. We may not have state dinners, but we are beaming with endless arts and culture festivals, shows, and outdoor adventures. Sunny ways are back, baby! Versefest, Ottawa’s international poetry festival, […]
You’re staying in this weekend? Okay, cool. No, I mean it, I’m checking out. It’s more frigid than Stephen Harper’s heart. There’s nothing that could beat rewatching Friends or cycling between Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram in a continuous boredom feedback loop. Zero. Zip. Nada. It’s not like six of the city’s most flavourful restaurants are […]