The 2021 North Bay Film Festival starts this Friday, November 12th at 12:30pm! This year the North Bay Film Festival is celebrating 6 years of showcasing critical, engaging and entertaining cinema with a total of 11 feature films and 9 juried Canadian shorts.
The 2021 festival has a focus on Canadian and Indigenous filmmaking including films, such as, ‘Wildhood’ a Two-Spirit odyssey from writer/director/producer Bretten Hannam, ‘Portraits from a Fire’ a comedy by award-winning Tsilhqot’in filmmaker Trevor Mack, and the documentary ‘Mary Two-Axe Earley: I Am Indian Again’ by Mohawk filmmaker Courtney Montour. The festival is also thrilled to present ‘Best Sellers’, the feature debut of Canadian director Lina Roessler, starring Aubrey Plaza & Michael Caine.
Tickets for all of this year’s virtual screenings are available for free but are limited to only 150 people per screening. Donations of $5 are encouraged for those tuning into virtual films. Tickets for in-person events are also limited so make sure you reserve yours now to guarantee your spot.
Tickets for in-person and virtual screenings can be reserved HERE
In addition to in-person screenings, this year we are also very excited to welcome everyone to the Moose Cookhouse on Saturday, November 13th @10:30am for our favourite festival tradition: Movie Trivia Brunch! Join us for a great morning of trivia fun, hosted by Super Fun Time Trivia! We can’t wait to see everyone there!