Yeah almost weekend! Just like every weekend, is there enough to do and see! We would love to give you some tips 😀
Vancouver – International Film Festival
Today the Vancouver International Film Festival will start! During these 16 days you can choose between more than 375 movies from 75 countries in different cinemas for a good price! All these movies will be seen by more than 150,000 film fans, are you one of them?
September 29th till October 14th 2011
Empire Granville 7 Cinemas
855 Granville St (between Smithe and Robson)
1131 Howe St (at Helmcken)
Vancouver International Film Centre
1181 Seymour St (at Davie)
Visa Screening Room
918 Granville St. (at Smithe St.)
Check the film schedule
- Regular Ticket: $12
- Weekday Marinnee (Film starts beform 6pm, excludes holiday Monday 10th October) $10
- 3D Movie $15
- Student package 5 tickets for $50
- 30 ticket pack for $270
How to buy tickets:
Visa is the exclusive card accepted by the Vancouver International Film Festival. All Visa cardholders have unique privileges, including the right to buy tickets, packs and passes for a full week before cash sales begin.
There are several options for buying passes or tickets:
Passes must be bought in advance.
For more Information about the films click here
Keep following us, because upcoming weeks we are giving you more information and some good tips about the International Film Festival!
Vancouver – Culture Days
During this weekend are the Cultural Days. During these days you can join many different activities everywhere around the city of Vancouver. Most of these activities are for free!
All the activities celebrate the creative expression of the great Canadian community. The idea is that you can go ‘behind the scenes’. In other words, you get the change to get close & experience the world of artists, architects, designers etc.
I would like to give you some examples of activities that you can join during the Culture Days:
- Free guided visit of CAG exhibitions
- Carmen Aquirre (Theater artist and writer)
- Pull Focus Film School (How to make a good documentary)
- Take a ballet class (with Alumni from the national ballet)
When: 20th September & 1st ,2nd of October
Price: Most activities are for free
Toronto – A free all-night contemporary art event
This Saturday is a great art event in Toronto for free! The city is transformed by more than 100 artists, specially for Toronto’s sixth annual sunset – sunrise celebration of contemporary art.
You can fine art everywhere in the city:
- Art galleries
- Unexpected places; churches, ponds, parks, a streetcar, or alleyways
Date: 1st of October
Time:7:00pm- whole night till sunrise
Where: there are more than 130 locations where you can you can see art, so check the map with all the locations here!
For more information click here
We hope these tips were useful to you and that you will have a great weekend!