Thank you to everyone that came out to our SOLD OUT Film Festivus show at The Mint on Dec. 1! We resurrected films from Festivus’ past, while host Jennifer Elle Cannon and comedians Curran Dobbs, Piper Gordon, and Evan Mumford brought the laughs — definitely a night to remember.
Thank you to Josef Jacobsen at the Nanaimo News Bulletin for writing a feature on our Short Circuit: #PNW Tour! Read the full article, here.
That’s right, CineVic’s Short Circuit Film Festival is going on tour! This first-ever tour showcases a diversity of artists with nine exceptional short films that highlight regional intersections between land, air, water, and people. Read the entire film line-up, and find out if Short Circuit: #PNW Tour is coming to your city, at shortcircuitfilmfestival.com.
It’s a wrap! At last, we can finally say that our first ever Shock Therapy: Short Canadian Horror Films screening event was a big success. Based on feedback, it sounds like audience members and attending filmmakers alike all had a bloody good time. 😉
Our Shock Therapy sample shirts have arrived!!
If you would like to order one and live in Victoria (or are able to pick it up) please send your size (xs – 2xl), colour choice, and an etransfer for $30 to firstname.lastname@example.org before 12:00PM on September 7, 2018.
Shock Therapy: Short Canadian Horror’s full line-up is available here!
Our 2018 Summer Film Camp students projects are now online. 🙂 Check them out below!
CineVic is so incredibly excited to announce that our partner
project, Q, has been selected for Telefilm Canada’s Talent to Watch Program 2018!
During this member interview, local filmmakers Will Wilkinson and Oliver Brooks (Ft. Langley) discussed where they get their ideas and the importance of ‘just going for it!’