Coming Events

Wed Jun 19, 20247:00 P.M.
St. John's International Women's Film Festival - Films on the Go

St. John's International Women's Film Festival - Films on the Go

Wed Jun 19, 20247:00 P.M. at the OAC

St. John's International Women's Film Festival celebrates Year of the Arts with a Films on the Go program of all local films, including two from Labrador, selected from their most recent Festival.

Through personal storytelling, music, dance, and visual art, these 6 films explore how the past informs the people we become, and how our perspectives can shift -- over time or in a single moment.

Selected films are appropriate for general audiences but are not geared toward children.

Films being shown:
Poster Child - Brianna Russell
An insecure up-and-coming pianist fights to replace her injured childhood idol as the lead soloist at the most prestigious orchestra in the country. Written and directed by SJIWFF’s 2022 Michelle Jackson Emerging Filmmaker Award winner.

First Position - Mallory Clarke
A person who hates all their clothes struggles to decide what to wear to a house party. At the party they see their ex and a tense interaction sparks a nascent lifestyle change.

Scored by Time - Nicola Hawkins
Legendary ballet dancer Evelyn Hart interprets a displaced older woman fleeing the cruel social order of 19th century Europe. Duo Concertante join her on screen performing the score from Brahms.

Hebron Relocation - Holly Andersen
Holly Andersen explores what makes a place a home as she learns more about her community’s connection to generations of displaced northern Labrador Inuit. With thanks to the National Film Board of Canada.

Miss Campbell: Inuk Teacher - Heather Campbell
Part oral history and part visual poem, Miss Campbell: Inuk Teacher is the story of Evelyn Campbell, a trailblazer for an Inuit-led educational system in the small community of Rigolet, Labrador. With thanks to the National Film Board of Canada.

The Gaze - Stacy Gardner
Through the eyes of a South Korean artist living in Newfoundland, Ginok Song takes us on a journey through her paintings, and the wisdom gained through the female gaze.

Free admission -- Donations gratefully accepted.
Running time 1 hr 10 minutes.

Wed Sep 4, 20247:30 P.M.
Best Kind Comedy Tour 2024

Best Kind Comedy Tour 2024

Wed Sep 4, 20247:30 P.M. at the OAC

Newfoundland's hilarious trio -- Colin Hollett, Mike Lynch,
and Brian Aylward -- finally returns to Labrador for another year of all new material!

Bringing you side-splitting, hilarious stories & foolish observations like only the Best Kind Comedy Tour can.

TICKETS: $42.50

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