Since 1976, Ottawa has hosted the OIAF, one of the largest and most prestigious animation festivals in the world.
It’s an entertaining, highly innovative program which aims to represent the best in Indigenous film.
The annual Capital Pride festival online runs from August 23 to 30.
Locations will be announced in the coming weeks.
Organizers of the annual festival have decided Capital Pride’s 2020 Grand Marshals will be healthcare workers who are helping our community through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ottawa’s underground music festival is set to return, albeit in an entirely digital format.
IFFO was set to launch this past March when the pandemic hit. While the inaugural event is postponed until 2021, its film industry programming and discussion panels are moving online.
Jazzfest’s TENACITY series of 12 livestream shows restores this year’s festival—06.19.20 to 06.28.20
TENACITY is a free online music series hosted by the Ottawa Jazz Festival.
We’ve got a big weekend ahead. As Ottawa enters Stage 2 of reopening, we’ll also be celebrating 613 Day, a birthday party of sorts for Ottawa and Apt613.
What better way to start 613 Day weekend than with an hour and a half of #ottmusic jams!
Although they’re not hosting a festival this year, the folks at Mirror Mountain Film Festival have curated a wicked YouTube playlist of Ottawa-made indie films for 613 Day this weekend!
Ottawa in late spring cannot be beat. Take time this weekend to enjoy our 400 shades of green, maintain a safe distance, and please wash your hands
The news of the Ottawa Fringe Festival cancellation still came as a shock, since it was the first major summer festival in Ottawa to be cancelled.
Jazzfest returns to Confederation Park this year.
“Although the risk remains low in Ottawa, we believe that this is in the best interest of everyone involved… in order to prevent any potential risk of transmission,” said the co-organizers in a written statement.