On a new day this month! November 28/17 – Queen City Shorts: November Showcase

Early Bird Passes Available!November 28/17
Doors at 7:30/Show 8pm
$10 (gst included)
Free Popcorn!


Queen City Shorts is a film festival committed to showcasing fun, exciting, epic, and wonderful short films. There is a screening the last Wednesday of every month, so it’s never too late to start your love affair with short films.

 

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March 29/17 – Queen City Shorts: March Showcase

QC Shorts MarchMarch 29/17
Doors at 7:30/Show 8pm
$10 (gst included)
Free Popcorn!

Queen City Shorts is a film festival committed to showcasing fun, exciting, epic, and wonderful short films. There is a screening the last Wednesday of every month, so it’s never too late to start your love affair with short films.

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May 31/17 – Queen City Shorts: May Screening

Queen City Shorts photoMay 31/17
Doors at 7:30/Show 8pm
$10 (gst included)
Free Popcorn!


Queen City Shorts is a film festival committed to showcasing fun, exciting, epic, and wonderful short films. There is a screening the last Wednesday of every month, so it’s never too late to start your love affair with short films.

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June 28/17 – Queen City Shorts: June Showcase

Early Bird Passes Available!June 28/17
Doors at 7:30/Show 8pm
$10 (gst included)
Free Popcorn!


Queen City Shorts is a film festival committed to showcasing fun, exciting, epic, and wonderful short films. There is a screening the last Wednesday of every month, so it’s never too late to start your love affair with short films.

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SOHL Heritage Language Film Festival Opening Reception, Oct. 1, 7-9:30 PM, Free

The first ever Heritage Language Film Festival, presented by the Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages, kicks off with an opening reception at the Creative City Centre, showcasing a number of talented Indigenous film makers from across North America. The event is free to the public but space is limited so come early to reserve a seat.

The following short films will be screened, followed by a reception accompanied by food and cash bar.


HUYHUY (TRADE)
HuyhuyTaking place in the Pacific Northwest and spoken in the local indigenous trade language,two men are involved in a trade, with each trying to get ahead of the other.  One man comes from a working class background and is at the beck and call of the other man who lives in more privileged comfort. Their interaction is marred with tension as they try  to make a deal.

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