Canadian Cinema in the New Milennium
Join Calgary Cinematheque for a series of films that celebrates dynamic and critically acclaimed Canadian filmmaking since the year 2000. The program is curated by UCalgary professors Charles Tepperman and Lee Carruthers, coinciding with the release of their new book, Canadian Cinema in the New Millennium.
Calgary Black Film Festival
The Calgary Black Film Festival #CBFF23, is back! Through 40 films and various panels, this hybrid third edition is aimed at the public from all communities as it highlights the talent of creators from diverse backgrounds and makes room for them to reflect on the issues they face.
PLACE/is a city written on this body?
Don’t miss this work of live performance and projected film interpreted by Rosanna Terracciano with her dad, Vincenzo Terracciano, on film and choreography by Myriam Allard, Juan Carlos Lérida and Rosanna Terracciano. Get your tickets now!
Hiraya Docuseries Premiere
Hiraya is a documentary series about Filipino Canadian artists’ dreams, hopes and aspirations in Calgary. Featuring stories of their art, struggles and triumphs as immigrants on their journeys in finding the fruits of their dreams. Get your tickets for the premiere!
Rojda, a German soldier and native Kurd, volunteers for a mission to train female Kurdish soldiers in Iraq to fight ISIS. No one must know that she is actually looking for her missing sister. Be sure to catch this screening presented by the Calgary European Film Festival.
Rainbow Elders Calgary presents a screening of the recent National Film Board documentary Unarchived. This feature-length documentary follows local knowledge keepers fighting for a more inclusive history through family photos, newspaper articles and deeply rooted memories. Unarchived surveys the inspiring work of community archives across various B.C. communities.
Fairy Tales Queer Film Festival
Join Calgary Queer Arts Society at The Globe for the 25th edition of the Fairy Tales Queer Film Festival presented by RBC. Check out what’s playing at Canada’s longest-running all-queer film festival and grab your passes!
Movie Trivia Nights
Calgary International Film Festival’s movie trivia is back! Treat your nerdiest cinema-loving pals to their perfect night out and show off your film buff chops to win over $1,000 in cash and prizes — so assemble your team and head on down for drinks and trivia!
Contact Calgary Arts Development’s communications team at 403.264.5330 ext. 211 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.