The screening marks the first “Stories” themed event from Women of Architecture!, a local community organization whose goal is to promote the achievements of Women contributing to the built environment in the National Capital Region.
Through the eyes of an Indigenous woman raising two young sons, the events surrounding Colten Boushie’s are chronicled in this documentary. At the centre is the catalyst for much of the activism and international support that’s erupted since Boushie’s death: his cousin Jade Tootoosis.
Asinabka Festival presents Indigenous film and media arts from the world’s most interesting indie artists—08.07.19 to 08.11.19
The eighth annual festival presents an impressive program of Indigenous film and media arts, allowing independent artists to show their best works that examine Indigenous issues and topics in Algonquin Territory and around the world.
Centretown Movies returns to Dundonald Park with PWYC admission and concession to some outdoor summer films.
Showcasing original independent works from Ottawa-Gatineau and around the world, Mirror Mountain Film Festival screenings take place at Arts Court Theatre from July 26–27, 2019.
For the first time, during Digi60’s Spring Festival, over 50% of its filmmakers were women-identifying, taking home awards selected by a jury of established industry professionals.
If you are seeking an opportunity to be intellectually challenged, looking for an escape, or entertainment, be sure to keep these events on your radar.
Baltic-Nordic Film Festival 2019 screenings will take place March 20-24 at the Alma Duncan Salon.
The 10th Wakefield Doc Fest runs over four weekends in February.
Rainbow New Beginnings is one of many local organizations in Ottawa helping to welcome LGBTQ+ newcomers. This fall, they hosted a fundraiser with a screening of Mr. Gay Syria.
Apartment613’s Screening Party is happening at Arts Court Theatre on Friday November 30 at 8pm.
We asked Mercury Filmworks what goes into making such a fun loving and engaging show.
This is the festival’s 33rd year in Ottawa and while a lot has changed over the years perhaps this year’s biggest change will be in the venue.
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.