Festival pass includes access to:
- Opening Night (Feb 2 at 7:30pm at Sid Williams Theatre)
- Saturday Day (Feb 3 from 10am – 5:45pm at both Sid Williams Theatre and Rotary Hall at Florence Filberg Centre)
- Family Venue (Feb 3 from 1 – 2:30pm in Lower Level of Sid Williams Theatre) – Children MUST have a ticket which can be booked for free through the Family Venue Only event
- Closing Night (Feb 3 at 8pm at Sid Williams Theatre)
The 33rd annual World Community Film Festival is made up of engaging and inspiring documentaries that showcase social and environmental justice stories from Canada and around the world. This critically acclaimed film festival is an incredible place to fuel your passions for community and planetary well-being.
Filmmakers: Ritchie Hemphill and Ryan Haché
A Crack in the Mountain
Director: Alistair Evans
Saturday Day Films
PLEASE NOTE: See World Community website
for screening times and locations.
Director: Matthieu Rytz
Narration: Jason Momoa
Long Distance Swimmer
Director: Charly Wai Feldman
Not Quite That
Filmmaker: Ali Grant
Not Your Model Minority
Filmmaker: Jon Osaki
Manufacturing The Threat
Filmmaker: Amy Miller
Director: Erika Cohn
Dancing In A-Yard
Filmmaker: Manuella Dalle
Tsunami: 11th Relative
Filmmaker: Pieter Romer
Filmmaker: Holly Andersen
Breaking The News
Filmmakers: Heather Courtney, Princess Hairston, Chelsea Hernandez
Selection of short films for children.
have a ticket and be accompanied by an adult.
Tickets for children can be booked for free through the Family Venue Only event.
Entrance from Randy Wiwchar Plaza.
Directors: Josh Tickell & Rebecca Tickell
Full World Community Film Festival details available at worldcommunity.ca