For the first time ever, the Calgary International Film Festival invites Calgarians to enjoy this year’s Oscar-nominated short films in all three categories on the big screen. Watch each lineup and predict the winner.
It’s your chance to celebrate Valentine’s Day CUFF-style and see a brand-new 2K preservation of Sarah Jacobson’s punk-spirited DIY feature preceded by her short, I Was a Teenage Serial Killer.
A giddy work of dissident art that looks at Tehran’s underground music scene, join Calgary Cinematheque for the next screening in its world musicals series.
A monthly feature-length documentary series presented in partnership with the Calgary International Film Festival and Hot Docs, join Doc Soup Calgary for Ivo Marloh’s All the Wild Horses.
Featuring movies the Calgary Underground Film Festival couldn’t make work during its festival dates, Off the CUFF continues with Ali Abbasi’s critically-claimed yet subversive fantasy film, Border.
The winner of a special Palme d’Or award at the Cannes Film Festival, Jean-Luc Godard’s The Image Book uses altered and colour saturated film and media images to lay out a social commentary on modern media.
Starting 2019 with a bang, join Hidden Gems Film Society as it screens four films by Vishal Bhardwaj—Maqbool (Macbeth), Omkara (Othello), Haider (Hamlet), and Blue Umbrella. Become a member for $25.
First appearing on screen in 1971, Isabelle Huppert has amassed more than 130 credits over the course of her remarkable career. Join Calgary Cinematheque for six films starring the award-winning actress.
A deliciously bizarre song-and-dance remake of the Korean film The Quiet Family, join Calgary Cinematheque as it screens Takashi Miike’s defiantly upbeat musical, The Happiness of the Katakuris.