Post by Eve Blouin-Hudon. Husband and wife art duo Dems and Doll has been creating stage props and painting murals across Ottawa for the past five years. From November 17th to 18th, 2018, they are presenting the second edition of Night Lights: Art and Light Festival, funded by the Preston Street BIA. This immersive art […]
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.
Film Review: Love, Scott is a requiem for justice and truth at Inside Out LBTQ Film Festival—11.10.18
Canadian film-maker Laura Marie Wayne’s documentary Love, Scott comes to Ottawa on Saturday, November 10 at 4:45pm at the National Gallery of Canada as part of this year’s Inside Out Film Festival.
Playing at 1pm on Sunday, November 11, at the National Gallery of Canada as part of the Inside Out LGBT Film Festival, Caroline Berler’s one hour documentary, Dykes, Camera, Action! is a must-see for anyone interested in 1) lesbians and 2) lesbians on screen.
The Inside Out Festival is at the National Gallery of Canada from November 9-12. International and Canadian short films play November 10 and 11.
Haunted Houses and pumpkin carving parties may be at the very top of your to-do list this weekend, and if so, enjoy the heck out of that. If you’re still not sure what else there is to do, we’ve got your back. From a writing festival to choral music and an outdoor movie screening get out and about this weekend with your people and take in some of the nicer weather before the snow flies.
NAC Presents updated their listings overnight.
A show which earned tons of buzz at the Ottawa Fringe Festival is being remounted for two nights.
Founded in a small attic in Manotick with a staff of two, Jam Filled now has large studios in both Ottawa and Toronto employing hundreds of animators.
Brent Butt will be visiting Ottawa on Thursday September 27 as part of the Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF).
From the moment she strummed and sang the first note of “Jesse”, she had the audience under her spell.
CityFolk ran from September 12–16, 2018 at Lansdowne Park. Keep checking back for more Apt613 coverage and follow us on Instagram for the latest photos.
Terry Steeves: “His smoky soulful voice was as crisp and strong as it was then, and the song’s cool jazz groove kept the audience in dance mode.”
Headliner Hozier drew a large crowd Saturday night to the City Stage.
Terry Steeves: “CityFolk marked the band’s second gig together with the new configuration, but their spot-on musicianship, on-stage chemistry, and tightness made it seem they’d already played thousands of times.”