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New Free VIFF Program Guide

Put on your happy pants, film fans. VIFF's complete guide to films, screenings and all things VIFF is now FREE.

Our new free program guide hits the street in early September so stock up on your sticky notes and bookmarks and get ready to VIFF!

You'll find our new guide at bookstores, cafes, cinemas, libraries and other fine establishments around town. Check back in September for a partial list of locations. 

 

Are you planning on visiting Vancouver and VIFF?

Or perhaps inviting your friends from around the world to visit and enjoy one of the best and friendliest film festivals in one of the most beautiful cities anywhere, we have a deal for you!

Many excellent hotels at a range of price points are offering special packages for VIFF audiences. Please note:  Information contained in this document was accurate at time of publishing and is subject to change.


The Centre In Vancouver For The Performing Arts (CENT)
777 Homer Street (between Georgia & Robson)

The Cinémathèque (CINE)
1131 Howe Street (at Helmcken)

Cineplex Odeon International Village Cinemas (INTL)
88 W Pender Street 

 

Bring Your Flock

The more the merrier!

VIFF offers a discounted tickets for groups of 10 or more attending the same screening based on available space.

 

Join The Coolest Film Society In Town!

Annual Membership Fee: $2

  • To see films at VIFF, you must a member of our registered nonprofit society

  • Your membership card is proof that you are a member, and you are required to present it at every screening that you attend (Or be prepared to buy another one.)


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VIFF 2012

Event: 31st Vancouver International Film Festival (inaugural year was 1982)

Dates: September 27 – October 12, 2012

Slogan: Same Planet. Different Worlds.

 

Vancouver audiences adore films– documentaries and non-fiction features, Canadian films, environmental films, award winners, short films, new cinema from East Asia, leading films from Brazil, Iran, France, Mexico, and everywhere in between. If it’s high quality, Vancouver audiences want to know about it and see it!

A big thank you to all our delegates, guests and sponsors for making the 2011 Film & TV Forum a resounding success! With over 1,000 delegates in attendance, the Forum fulfilled its mandate of providing networking opportunities and market intelligence with flying colors.

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