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Festival Passes

General Festival Pass - $100

Senior Festival Pass (60+) - $72

Individual Screenings

General Admission - $14

Seniors Admission (60+) - $10


Schedule


FRIDAY, JUNE 8/18

7:00PM Finding Your Feet (1 hour 51 minutes)

SATURDAY, JUNE 9/18

10:30 AM Shorts Series: We're Not Going To Take It! (1 hour 25 minutes plus speaker — we will go up to a maximum of 2 hours)
Films: Jamais Sans Mon Dentier (Never Without My Dentures), Tiger - (Joon Moon), YOUTH, La Hora De La Merienda (Teatime), EDITH+EDDIE & Older Than What?
Speakers: Sharon Butala and Steen Starr

1:30 PM Land Ho! (1 hour 35 minutes)

4:30 PM Shorts Series: I Did It My Way! (1 hour 38 minutes plus speaker — we will go up to a maximum of 2 hours)
Films: Stuck, The Fiddler, Unfinished, Nos Jour Benis (Blessed Days), Living While Dying, Coffin Club
Speaker: Sarah Kerr

7:30 PM A Man Called Ove (1 hour 56 minutes)

SUNDAY, JUNE 10/18

10:30 AM Shorts Series: The Best Is Yet To Come! (1 hour 54 minutes)
Films: Lives Well Lived, Charlie Goes To Burning Man, NOATAK: Return to the Arctic, All the World's a Stage

1:30 PM Shorts Series: You Gotta Friend In Me (1 hour 22 minutes plus speaker — we will go up to a maximum of 2 hours)
Films: Le Fauteuil, Doris, NŠufragos (Shipwrecked), The Nesting Doll, Peggie, Rembrandt's Etching, My Mom and The Girl, Roberto and Sybela, Au Fil de l'Age
Speaker: David Hogan

4:30 PM Series: Ageing & Sageing (2 hours 7 minutes)
Films: Redirection: Movers, Shakers and Shifters, Meditation Park

7:30 PM Lucky (1 hour 28 minutes)


Accessible Seating: Please note that we have 9 available spots for those that need wheelchair seating. These spots are located in front of the first row of permanent seating in the theatre. Once you are in the ticketing system, you will see that each ticket category will also have a category with the word "Accessible" in it. In order to reserve one of our accessible seats, you must choose this ticketing option. If you do not, we will do our best to accommodate you.


Venue


Our venue for 2018 is the wonderful Glenbow Museum Theatre situated on the main floor. The Glenbow, the theatre and its washrooms are all wheelchair accessible.

Glenbow Museum - 130 - 9 Avenue S.E. Calgary, Alberta T2G 0P3


GETTING THERE


By CTrain

We are conveniently located one block south of Calgary's light rail transit (LRT) line. The CTrain operates on a 10 minute schedule and every five minutes during rush hour service.

   From West locations:

   Take the Saddletowne train to Centre Street station.

   From East locations:

   Take 69 Avenue train to City Hall station.

   From South locations:

   Take the Tuscany train to City Hall station.

   From North locations:

   Take the Somerset-Bridlewood train to Centre Street station.

By Bus

Calgary Transit bus service also delivers visitors close to our doors. There are many routes from all quadrants of the city which travel to the downtown core. For more information contact Calgary Transit at:

www.calgarytransit.com

Phone: (403) 262-1000


Parking


Check out Downtown Calgary's website for a map of nearby parking. Nearby City of Calgary ParkPlus parking lots charge only $5 after 11am on Fridays and all day on weekends. Street Parking on surrounding streets and avenues is free on Sundays.

Palliser Square

(Impark parking lot accessible from 9th Avenue between 1st street SW and Centre Street)

City Hall

(ParkPlus underground lot accessible from 9th Avenue just after McLeod Trail North intersection)

Telus Convention Centre

(ParkPlus underground lot accessible from 1st street SE just after 7th Avenue intersection)

Arts Commons

(ParkPlus underground lot accessible from McLeod Trail North just after 9th avenue intersection)


ATMs


The closest ATMs are located in the Telus Convention Centre and the Marriott Hotel. Our concession and bar are cash only.