Sid Williams Theatre

World Community Film Festival

World Community Film Festival

The World Community Film Festival, in its 26th year, is the longest-running social justice film festival held in BC. Every year hundreds of people participate in the festival. Over 25 of the finest documentaries from around the world cover topics including: arts, music, food security, environmental issues, labour, social justice, and human rights. These films are guaranteed to entertain, inform, and inspire our audience.

Film descriptions and trailers are available online at worldcommunity.ca/film-festival

FILM VENUES
Sid Williams Theatre (SID)
Upper Native Sons Hall (UNS)
Lower Native Sons Hall (LNS)
Florence Filberg Centre (FFR)

PLEASE NOTE: ALL VENUES ARE FESTIVAL SEATING.
Seating may be limited due to venue size. Please arrive early to ensure seating, first come first served.

TICKET INFO

WEEKEND PASS
Valid for the entire festival and all venues.

FRIDAY (OPENING) NIGHT – Begins at 7:30 pm
Valid for the Sid Williams Theatre.

SATURDAY ALL DAY (including closing film)
Valid at all venues.
Daytime films run 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Closing night film starts at 8:00 pm.

SATURDAY (CLOSING) NIGHT – Begins at 8:00 pm
Valid for the Sid Williams Theatre.

The World Community Development Education Society (World Community) is a community of advocates working to foster a greater awareness of the social, economic and environmental consequences of human activity at both the local and global levels.