Ottawa Adventure Film Festival is seeking Indigenous filmmakers and/or creators of films concerning Indigenous topics who would be interested in submitting their work to be showcased in OAFF 2020 this November. They are especially interested in local and Canadian films.
This year’s Inside Out Film Festival opens on Thursday, October 1 and rolls out online until Sunday, October 11. The lineup is exciting, diverse, and includes different genres, from long features to shorts and documentaries.
Apt613 contributor Barb Popel has attended every OIAF since 1976.
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 Ottawa Film Office recommends stand-out movies and television series filmed, produced—and in some cases set in—Ottawa, ranging from political dramas to murder mysteries to horror—lots and lots of horror.
The Ottawa Film Office recommends 10 great movies and TV series animated here in Ottawa and streaming now, highlighting Ottawa’s animating talent from the CBC to Netflix.
From these submissions, Netflix will invite a handful of creators to virtually meet with producers.
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.
An Ottawa-made film plays at Manitoba’s Gimli Film Festival on Thursday, July 23, live streamed as a part of GFF’s short films program.
Gary Franks’ new clip is an exploration in video portraiture shot on Kodak Super-8 film and scored by Ottawa-based composer Adam Saikaley.
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!
Merganzer is an experimental music project by Mika Posen, an Ottawa-based violinist and composer.
On May 15, Ottawa Canadian Film Festival brings you the first volume of its “Shorts at Home” series. Starting at 6pm, five films will be available to stream at home for 24 hours.
The Ottawa Arts Council announced its annual Arts Awards winners this week via social media.