Canadian Film Institute
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.
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.
There were 100 films selected from a record-setting 2,469 entries.
Latin American Film Festival will bring cinema from across Latin America to the Ottawa Art Gallery—05.09.18-05.31.18
Now in its 22nd year, the Latin American Film Festival will bring cinema from across Latin America to the Ottawa Art Gallery from May 9-31.
Admission is free and at 6:30pm the EU embassies serve complimentary food and drink samples.
BNFF 2018 screenings will take place from March 9–18 at Arts Court Theatre.
The Canadian Film Institute is looking for digitized visual recordings of celebrations, events and people living their lives in recognizable sites in the Ottawa area as part of the Ottawa 2017 celebrations.
From a beer festival to a Baltic film festival to the biggest cross-country ski event in Canada, this weekend has it all! Don’t forget that Monday is Family Day which means a long weekend for many around the city. Get out there and enjoy!
The program includes 11 screenings of international feature-length films, Ottawa premieres, and world premieres by Canadian artists. An awards ceremony closes the festival on Sunday evening, December 4.
And it has been here for 40 years. See films at the Ottawa International Animation Festival in September.
This is part five in our week-long series The Future of Ottawa (arts and culture edition). In this comprehensive post, Jason St-Laurent, the curator at Galerie SAW Gallery, writes about the present state and future direction of the visual arts community in Ottawa-Gatineau. Twitter users: use hashtag #futott if you want to discuss this series on Twitter. In the past year, […]
Director Zaida Bergroth’s second feature is a must-see. Cinematographically stunning, this is a complex drama about family life, focusing on a mutually destructive relationship between a mother and her oldest son. Leila is an actress that compulsively seeks attention, positive or negative. Always entertaining, she is surrounded by scandal. Accompanied by her two sons, she […]
The Canadian Film Institute brings international contemporary cinema to town in partnership with Winterlude and the Baltic and Nordic countries. This year marks the 5th Baltic-Nordic Film Festival. Eight countries will be showcasing their best features from Friday, February 6 to Saturday, February 14 at Carleton University’s River Building. One movie per night will play […]
It’s rare to see dramas incorporate metaphysical elements of the kind that remind me of the Mexican-Spanish film by Inarritu, Biutiful, whose main character was a sick, poor and desperate man with a gift: seeing the dead and helping them transition to the other side. Here, in Mon âme par toi guérie, the main character, […]
This 2012 film co-written and directed by Patrice Toye is so much more than a coming of age story. Set in the late seventies in Belgium, the film follows Katja, whose real name is Katerina, a 17-year old orphan who is pregnant and living in hiding with other teenage moms-to-be in the attic of a […]