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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.

The Vancity Theatre follows all City of Vancouver wheelchair accessibility codes. Our front entrance is at ground level with no steps, as are our main theatre entrances. Specially allocated space for 2-4 wheelchairs is provided (number depends on chair size). A disabled/family washroom is available at ground level. An elevators provides access to all other levels of the facility.

For the hearing impaired, up to 4 Ultra-Stereo infrared headsets (Model # IRH-501) can be provided per screening. Please ask the theatre manager upon arrival if you require this service.

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Privacy Statement

The Vancouver International Film Festival is committed to protecting your privacy. We will not sell, rent or lend your personal information to unrelated commercial organizations. The VIFF will use the information collected to contact you to inform you about VIFF and Vancity Theatre-related screenings, events and special offers. We may also use our mailing and email lists to ask for your support in fundraising campaigns.

 

Every year VIFF juries and audiences award a number of outstanding films and filmmakers. Please find below a list of our 2011 award-winners. Check back for a list of 2012 awards categories later this summer.

Juried Awards 2011

Shaw Media Award  for Best Canadian Feature Film ($20,000 prize) -  Nuit #1, directed byAnne Émond (Canada/Québec)

Honourable Mention for Canadian Feature Film - Wetlands, directed by Guy Édoin (Canada/Québec)


Planning a trip to Vancouver?

As one of the world's most beautiful cities, Vancouver has a lot to offer. Between screenings you'll want to check out the great restaurants and attractions. We'll understand if you choose to take a few hours away from the cinema to experience some of the city's stunning beaches and parks.


The 33st annual Vancouver International Film Festival will take place: 
Thursday, September 25th to Friday, October 10, 2014.

With 142,000 admissions, the Vancouver International Film Festival offers exceptional opportunity to interact with young, single, well-educated, affluent urban professionals.The 16-day festival shows some 380 films from 80 countries on 10 theatre screens in downtown Vancouver.

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