33rd World Community Film Festival – Feb 2nd & 3rd, 2024.
A Hybrid Festival (in-person or virtual).
Friday & Saturday night screenings at the Sid Williams Theatre. Tickets available in December.
Saturday screenings: 10 am – 5:45 pm at both the Sid and the Florence Filberg, Rotary Room.
Virtual Film Festival with some of the daytime films will take place Feb 15 – 18.
Tickets and information will be available on Feb. 4th
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Imagine being deaf and being the defendant in a court case with no access to an interpreter. World Community’s film series continues with the award-winning documentary, Being Michelle (80 min). The film follows the astonishing journey of a deaf woman with autism who...
Whose stories are left out of historical archives? It has been said that history is written by the winners. World Community’s first film of the fall series, Unarchived (84 min) explores those left out of history in BC. All are welcome to watch this film together in the Stan Hagen Theatre at North Island College, Courtenay on Wednesday, October 4 at 7 pm.
World Community Film Festival and Cumberland Museum and Archives are collaborating to host filmmakers, Lisa Molomot and Alison Mountz, for two screenings of their award-winning documentary, Safe Haven (80 min). The film exposes realities and myths of Canada as a refuge for war resisters.
The first screening will be held on Thursday, July 20th at 7 pm at the Stan Hagen
Theatre, North Island College.
On Friday, July 21 st the second screening will be held at
the Cumberland Museum and Archives. The museum has limited seating so it is on a ‘first come’ basis.