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A must-watch: Exit by Daniel Zimbler

If you’ve popped by my site at all during the last few posts, you may have noticed the constant design changes. Each time I login to the site, I play unsatisfactorily with the themes until I find one that doesn’t drive me crazy, and then when I visit the next time I realize that I was wrong… it does make me crazy. 111 more words

CIFF 2012

Banff native Kevan Funk's short film, Bison, part of Canada's Top 10 Film Festival

To fully appreciate the accomplishments of Banff native Kevan Funk, it’s helpful to know just how crowded the field is where he works.

While there may be a limited number of venues to screen Canadian shorts, there’s is no shortage of filmmakers shooting them. 934 more words

Local Arts

A Simpsons trivia night, St. Paul's UFO landing pad under the lens and more fun things to see this weekend in Calgary

Space Fiction & The Archives at The New Gallery (Opening Friday, Feb. 20)

In 1967, the city of St. Paul, Alberta constructed the world’s first UFO Landing Pad. 429 more words

Local Arts

Calgary student-run film festival looking for young filmmakers' submissions

There’s a new film festival brewing in Calgary, and you won’t guess who is behind the fresh-faced event.

These high school kids aren’t your average run-of-the mill couch-potatoes. 360 more words


Calgary International Film Festival

Santa Quest will screen at the
Calgary International Film Festival!

Date: Friday, September 26th 2014
Time: 9:30 PM
Location: Eau Clair, Calgary, Alberta


Date: Sunday, September 28th 2014… 16 more words

John Dunsworth

CIFF: T.S. Spivet, Pride among films chosen by audiences to get encore screenings on Sunday

The Calgary International Film Festival has released a list of films that will receive “audience encores” on Sunday. The films were chosen through audience voting and demand, although the encore screenings were also dependent on whether distributors would allow the films to be screened again. 188 more words


Local film to close out the Calgary International Film Festival

Writer and director Jeremy Thomas and his team were ‘screaming’ for joy when his film Ally Was Screaming was selected for the closing gala of the Calgary International Film Festival this Sunday. 195 more words