Blue Mountain Film Festival returns to Blue Mountain Village from June 1 to 4 for their second edition. Joining festival and artistic director Helen du Toit in 2023, Penelope Bartlett, former director of programming for the Criterion Channel, will be a guest programmer.
Festivals & Events
Australian horror thriller Run Rabbit Run starts out as a pleasingly familiar creepy kid yarn, but it runs out of gas very quickly en route to becoming ploddingly tedious.
Film festivals are one of my favourite windows for the world. They’re filled with the stories that make people tick, what’s wrong with the world, and what we’re all dreaming about.
The Lunar Rogue’s Frank Scott sits down to talk whisky, the NB Spirits Festival, and his favourite dram
Whisky is one of the greatest and most complex spirits of the world, and for Frank Scott, the Chairman and Founder of the New Brunswick Spirits Festival, it’s a passion that earned him one of the top honours in the industry.
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First ever Blue Mountain Film Festival shines spotlight on 25 titles, filmmakers, and scenic Village
The first ever Blue Mountain Film Festival is in the books after five days of industry sessions, music, events, films, and fantastic hospitality. As a movie lover, BMFF was a refreshing opportunity to connect with industry attendees, watch wonderful films, and explore the picturesque Blue Mountain Village.
Indigenous horror film Slash/Back from director Nyla Innuksuk will open the inaugural Blue Mountain Film Festival this year, running from June 1 to 5, 2022 at the Blue Mountain Resort.
The St. Kitts Music Festival announced the 25th anniversary lineup that features 26 acts, including Sean Paul, Wale, Ashanti, Keyshia Cole, and Beres Hammond. Running from June 23 to 25, the multi-genre festival will help welcome visitors back to the island this summer.
The Available Light Film Festival celebrated their 20th anniversary with a lineup of Northern, Canadian, and international cinema that was filled with moving stories, storytellers, and a focus on the Yukon.
The 10th annual Toronto Japanese Film Festival kicks off on June 5, and runs until June 27 this year, with a lineup of 24 films, including North American and Canadian premieres. Among the major premieres at the 2021 TJFF Hiroki Kadokawa’s historical drama, Mio’s Cookbook, Keisuke Yoshida’s boxing epic, Blue, Katsuhide Motoki’s period dramedy, Angry Rice Wives, and Shuichi Okita’s Ora, Ora Be Goin’ Alone.