We are pleased to present 6 films by Alberta Independent Filmmakers on Saturday Sept. 25 from 8:30-9:30pm at an exciting new initiative in downtown Edmonton – https://root107.squarespace.com/. This will be our 4th Community Screening event for 2021!
Root 107 is located outdoors so be prepared if it is a rainy evening! There is limited seating so please bring your own lawn chair.
Along with seeing some incredible films by Alberta filmmakers there will be food trucks available for nibblies and refreshments.
The following films will be screened:
“The Retribution of J.W.R ” by Craig Sorensen
“Honorable Sins” by Susan Singh
Bark by Eric Durnford
One Minute To Prove Yourself by Christina Estillore
The Witch of Odova Woods by Justin Cauti
Bunny, Don’t Let ‘Em Get Your Goat. by Daniel Blanchard
ESFF@Root107 is sponsored by the Downtown Business Association.
ESFF @ Kaleido
September 11th, 2021 at 3 PM
St. Faith’s Anglican Church: 11725 93 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5G 1E2
The Edmonton Short Film Festival is bringing a specially curated selection of short films for you to enjoy in a safe and inclusive setting.
That’s why ESFF is @ Kaleido Festival! We’ll be screening short films as part of this free, family-friendly event presented by Arts on the Ave.
These short films, by Alberta independent filmmakers, offer a diverse range of stories – all of which remind us of the human desire to explore and connect. Stories that evoke feelings, are reflective of us and our communities. Stories that fulfill our search for information and influence our outlook on everyday life – bringing us out of our daily routine and allowing us to encounter new places, experiences and ideas.
We are thankful for the support of EPCOR’s #HeartAndSoulFund!
This fund was designed to help the arts community and charitable organizations build resilience and deliver programming that uplifts Edmontonians. Learn more at epcor.com/heartandsoulfund
In honour of the 2021 National Indigenous History Month, the Edmonton Short Film Festival and the Dreamspeakers Film Society is proud to be hosting a free outdoor screening of incredible films by Alberta Indigenous artists. This is an opportunity to uplift the voices of Indigenous artists in a celebratory way; to have fun, enjoy the magic of film, be part of your community and remain safe.
We’d love for you to join us on June 26th, 2021 from 9:00 pm to 11:00 pm (block party style!) in the rear parkade of Dreamspeakers location at 11051 – 97 Street.
This is an outdoor event & will run rain or shine and you are welcome to bring your own seating. An Indigenous gift shop and cafe will be open along with public washroom access.
All Covid19 protocols will be in place, including security, to ensure that our guests are safe and feel secure.