Twice a year, Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers showcases the best of its members’ latest films alongside a post-screening discussion.
The Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers acquired a library of over 2,500 16mm films and regularly screen them for the public. But there’s a catch—each time the film is kept a secret.
An intimate journey through the formative years of his life, artist and filmmaker David Lynch discusses the events that shaped his outlook on art. This new documentary explores his creative process.
Can fashion save the plant? That’s what documentary RiverBlue wants to find out. Catch this special Earth Day screening, pop-up shop, and panel discussion.
Inspired by the work of the Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society, Elder in the Making follows two young urban dwellers on a spiritual journey across traditional Blackfoot territory.
Join Calgary-born filmmaker Brendan Prost as he debuts his fourth feature film, Sensitive Parts, at the Globe Cinema as part of a Canadian theatrical tour. The screening will be followed by a Q&A.
Touted as one of Indigenous cinema’s most important films, don’t miss your chance to see Benjamin Ross Hayden’s breakout dystopian sci-fi fantasy film, The Northlander.
Wrapping up its series for the season, join the Calgary International Film Festival and the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival as it screens Black Code.
For its 10th anniversary, Calgary Cinematheque embraces Jules et Jim as a fitting and playful showcase of the spirit underlying the organization. Catch the screening and celebrate critical cinema.