Fanny, The Right to Rock - Friday Feb. 4th, 730pm at the Sid Williams Theatre
Virtual Film Festival - 16 Films - Watch Anytime from Saturday Feb. 5th to 13th
Opening night returns to the Sid Williams Theatre on Friday, Feb. 4 th for the uplifting film Fanny: The Right to Rock. Fighting barriers of race, gender and sexuality in the music industry, the incredible women of the 1960s rock band, Fanny, reunite to play music and cut a new record. The film has received rave reviews and many awards including Best Canadian Feature at Hot Docs and Inside Out Festivals. As David Bowie said “Revivify Fanny and my work is done”.
Covid protocols apply at the Sid and tickets are limited to 250 (reserved seating). This film contains coarse & sexual language and is rated PG.
The World Community Virtual Festival runs from February 5 – 13 with 16 social and environmental justice documentaries from around the globe. Films will be available to watch at any time during the festival. Audience members can purchase separate tickets for individual films or passes to cover all online films.