WANDER INTO THE FOREST OF GALIANO ISLAND WITH YOUR TEAM IF YOU DARE! OR FILM FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN GRAVEYARD FROM ANYWHERE IN THIS WRETCHED PLANET. YOUR TEAM HAVE 66 HOURS TO COMPLETE YOUR 6 MINUTE BLACK AND WHITE OLD SCHOOL HORROR FILM. WINNERS ESCAPE WITH PRIZES AND THIER LIFE AND FOR THOSE WHO DON'T WELL!
MAKE YOUR FILM AND STAY WITH US, OR MAKE IT IN YOUR OWN DUNGEON THAT YOU CALL YOUR DOMAIN. JOIN US ON OUR DESERTED ISLAND FOR THE SCREAMING. SORRY I MEANT SCREENING
VOTE ONLINE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE STUDENT FILM FROM THE GULF ISLANDS FILM AND TELEVISION SCHOOL. THIS YEARS FESTIVAL WILL INCLUDE FILMS FROM 2014 - 2015 BE SURE TO SHARE YOUR FILMS, GET YOUR FRIENDS TO VOTE. FILMS WILL BE JUDGED ONLINE BUT ALSO BY JUDGES FROM THE FILM INDUSTRY.
The Lift-Off Film Festival Global Network is the only worldwide exchange of true independent cinema. Supporting grassroots filmmakers on their quest into the film industry. We are here to help support your professional life in film. For all information on attending one of our events or submitting your work please click the relevant city from the Our Festivals & Submissions drop down at the top of the page.
The Victoria Film Festival brings the world to Victoria’s door by programming a diverse selection of Canadian and international films. We support the practice of all media artists with particular focus on Canadian independent media artists through exhibition of their work. The Victoria Film Festival ensures the vitality and continued excellence of media arts in the Victoria region by providing a complete survey of film and media art to the community.
The Nanaimo Global Film Festival Group is a central Vancouver Island coalition of peace and social justice groups interested in screening films about the world situation and the Canadian context. Members of the NGFF believe a better world is possible and that ordinary people need better information about the world and its systems.
VISFF sells out every year and tickets are now available online at through the Port Theatre and some will be available at the door. Tickets are $10 for students and $15 for regular tickets. The Vancouver Island Short Film Festival is a Nanaimo Arts Council event. For complete details, check us out on facebook.com/visff or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To purchase tickets go to https://tickets.porttheatre.com, visit the Port Theatre (125 Front Street) or call 250-754-8550.
The Cowichan Aboriginal Festival of Film & Art is a celebration of Aboriginal filmmakers, artists and performance artists. The Festival is a welcoming and inclusive showcase of the amazing community of skilled Aboriginal professionals who use film and art to tell their own stories in their own words. Set in the picturesque Cowichan Valley on southern Vancouver Island, the Festival is a wonderful medley of tradition, culture, art and entertainment.
Mulgrave ZOOM Film Festival is in its 17th year and has one of the highest participation rates of any student film competition in the province of British Columbia. Filmmakers have 48 hours to plan, shoot and produce a finished film. During the tension-packed 48 hours students will conceptualize, write, shoot, edit, post and drop-off their six-minute film to be judged by BC industry professionals. Zoomfest films are a true look into today’s youth culture, last year there were over 80 films from a multitude of BC schools.
VAFF is dedicated to promoting and celebrating the diversity and depth of Asian culture and identity in film and media, and to help North American Asian actors and filmmakers more authentically and more powerfully define and express themselves on screen. Through its annual film festival and many other programs and events hosted in Vancouver, VAFF's mission is to be the "go-to" forum for the public and the film industry to engage in and support the rise of Asian influence in film and media in the world. VAFF envisions a world where North American Asian actors and filmmakers have the resources and opportunities to shape mainstream culture in a powerful and positive way.