Apr 18, 2018 | Ottawa Festivals Blog
Wednesday April 18 marks the fifth annual National Canadian Film Day
Ottawa Film Festivals You Won’t Want to Miss
Here is a spotlight of Ottawa Festivals film members!
1. European Union Film Festival (EUFF)
Event Date: November 1 – December 31, 2018
International, award-winning, and Oscar-submitted films, Every film is an Ottawa premiere, Embassy-hosted receptions and special guests and director Q&As.
2. Irish Film Festival Ottawa
Event Date: MARCH 23 – 25 2018
Irish Film Festival Ottawa is a non-profit organization that celebrates Irish culture, language, humour and history through the modern medium of film.
3. Latin American Film Festival
Event Date: MAY 10 – 26 2018
The goal of the Latin American Film Festival has always been to increase the awareness, appreciation, and understanding of Latin American cinema in Canada’s capital.
4. One World Film Festival
One World Arts is a volunteer-based, charitable organization working to create awareness on world issues. With a focus on the media and performing arts, our programs are designed to engage citizens of all ages.
5. Ottawa Canadian Film Festival
6. Eve Film Festival
Event Date: June 1-2 2018
Eve Film Festival (EFF) is a feminist event that showcases and supports work by women* (cis and trans) and genderqueer directors in film. We provide a forum for underrepresented filmmakers from diverse backgrounds, experiences, and stages in their careers to present and celebrate their art.
7. CANADIAN FILM INSTITUTE – INSTITUT CANADIEN DU FILM
BRIGHT NIGHTS: BALTIC-NORDIC FILM FESTIVAL
CANADIAN MASTERS SERIES
JAPANESE FILM FESTIVAL
AFRICAN FILM FESTIVAL
ISRAELI FILM FESTIVAL
TAIWAN FILM NIGHTS
8. Ottawa International Animation Festival
Event Date: September 26-30 2018
The Ottawa International Animation Festival presents the world’s most cutting-edge, quirky and important animation — and transforms Ottawa into the centre of the animation universe.
9. Asinabska Film & Media Arts Festival
Event Date: August 8-12, 2018
The Asinabka Festival aims to highlight works that examine Indigenous issues and topics; to support media artist and filmmakers.
On April 18, 2018, join your fellow Canadians in theatres, libraries, schools, public squares and drive-ins across the country as we celebrate our nation’s cinema on National Canadian Film Day (NCFD)!