CVIFF 2024 Day Pass - Saturday

CVIFF 2024 Day Pass - Saturday

Dates & Times

  • Sat May 4, 2024




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  • Day Pass $49

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Presented By: Comox Valley International Film Festival

What is better than one film? Films all day! The day pass entitles you to watch two short film programs - Connection & Community and the feature film The Great Salish Heist at a discount.

CVIFF 2024 Short Film Program 3 - Connection
Saturday May 4 at 12:30 pm
97 minutes + Q & A

This short film program packs a punch! Exploring themes on connection and our need to connect or reconnect as part of the human experience.


7 Minutes by Ricky Gervais
Chiles Rellenos by Natalia Urquiza Garcia
Buddy Love by Kiefer O'Reilly
Alive…aha Fuck by Ivy Watson
Alone In The Arctic Skies by Noah Penner
Lake Erie by John Vassallo
5 AM by Matthew Berberi
Downwind by Nathan Rivers
Split Ends by Alireza Kazemipour
He Dead, Thanks by Anna-Marie Ramm, Margherita Arco

CVIFF 2024 Short Film Program 3 - Community
Saturday May 4 at 3:30 pm
93 minutes + Q & A

The short film program is about our sense of place. Who is around us and where we belong - Community.


[Insert short film title here] by Kory Orban
The Untouchable by Avazeh Shahnavaz
Linda by Joe Lycett
Smoking In Public by Stelios Kouk
Roll on By by Lyra Kathleen Murphy
Slip by Sonya Chwyl, Anik Desmarais-Spencer
Lichtblick - Glimmer of Hope by Sophia Tamaro
Pivot by Ana Gusson
Tiny by Ritchie Hemphill, Ryan Haché

Filmmakers in attendance! Stay after for a Q & A.

CVIFF 2024 Film Panel & Feature Film - The Great Salish Heist
Saturday May 4
7:00 pm

Feature length films take us on journeys. Potent and visual stories can make us
laugh or cry, they can provoke thought or inspire, and they can transport us to
worlds unknown.

*A Film Panel will take place prior to feature film - Added bonus with this ticket. Stay tuned for details.

Feature Film
The Great Salish Heist
Directed by: Darrell Dennis
Cast: Graham Greene, Tricia Helfer, Ashley Callingbull, and Darrell Dennis
Produced by: Harold C. Joe & Leslie Bland

When First Nations (Native American) objects are removed from burial sites, bad things happen. STEVE JOE, a traditional archeologist for the Moquahat people, believes that his misfortune, and the bad luck of his community, are a result of the displacement of sacred artifacts now locked up behind a sophisticated security system in a local museum. Steve and a group of misfits from his Rez break into the museum and reclaim the sacred artifacts that rightfully belong to their people.

The First Indigenous Heist Film Ever Produced! Locally filmed on Vancouver Island.

The Comox Valley International Film Festival, (CVIFF), is non-profit organization that discovers and supports independent films from around the world, and introduces them to audiences. We believe in the power of a good story!