Join us for an entertaining night of new films and videos from the Apt613 filmmaking community.
Ottawa is hanging in that transitional moment between colourful fall hikes and twinkling winter skates, so it may seem like our weekends are getting trickier to fill with exciting shenanigans. Fear not! We’ve got you covered for a variety of cool excuses to get out of the house, either on your own, or with those friends you keep forgetting to make plans with.
The Alonzo King LINES Ballet brings Sutra to NAC, celebrates 35th season of innovative dance—11.16.18 & 11.17.18
On November 16, world-renowned LINES Ballet is bringing the latest creation of esteemed choreographer Alonzo King to the National Arts Centre for a performance well outside the bounds of what most people expect from a ballet.
Sanita Fejzic: “This year’s Inside Out LGBT Film Festival marks the best in terms of attendance, quality of events and featured films in all genres, including long features, foreign films, shorts and documentaries.”
After a wildly successful inaugural event, The Ottawa Adventure Film Festival (OAFF) is back for 2018 and even bigger than before.
Photos by Landon Entwistle (IG: @landonspics)
No matter where you may currently be in your romantic life, we can all relate to the awkwardness, nerves and hope that can come with a first date.
Backed by an awesome light display and a full Brass Monkey, the band were energized and keen to please the crowd.
It’s time for another weekend, and there’s no shortage of things to do. While you’re out and about, remember to pick up a poppy and pay tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Rafiki, meaning “friend” in Swahili, is a lesbian coming of age narrative by Kenyan director Wanuri Kahiu. In English and Swahili, this film is a must-see at the Inside Out Film Festival. It plays on Saturday, November 10 at 7:15pm at the National Gallery of Canada.
The National Youth Orchestra of Germany, in association with Embassy of Germany to Canada, will hold a special commemorative concert at Southminster United Church on November 10th.
Jayme Stone, banjo player extraordinaire, and his fine four-piece band share the folk song treasures in their Folklife performance at the NAC.