Presented by Female Eye Film Festival
The Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen St. West
June 14 – 19, 2016
Tickets: Regular $10 | Gala $20 | All Access Festival Pass $50
Service charges may apply
Female Eye Film Festival, an international film festival for women directors, bridges the gap between the written, visual, and media arts with an eclectic program of films, script readings, book signings, a photo exhibit, music nights, industry-initiative panels, and best-in-the-biz tributes. FeFF provides an exclusive showcase for Canadian and international independent women filmmakers. We present high-calibre short and feature films in drama, comedy, sci-fi, action, horror, documentary, animation, and experimental genres. The directors and their casts and crews participate in Q & As with audiences following their film screenings.
Annually, the Female Eye attracts film enthusiasts, international women directors, celebrities, seasoned industry professionals, screen-writers, and producers of film and television. The Female Eye is noted for its intimate atmosphere, accessibility, and excellence in programming.
Opening Ceremony & Feature Gala
Tuesday, June 14 – 7:00pm
He Hated Pigeons
Directed by Ingrid Veninger
Live score by Jane Siberry
Opening night reception to follow
Closing Gala Feature, Awards Ceremony, and Reception
Sunday, June 19 – 7:00pm
Written, Directed, and Produced by Deborah Kampmeier
Awards ceremony and reception to follow
Visit Female Eye Film Festival online for the entire programming schedule.