Victoria Film Festival

ParchedFebruary 3 -12, 2017

Vancouver, Canada

What’s It All About?

The Victoria Film Festival (VFF) started in 1995 and has since been the centre for film on Vancouver Island. The festival aims to expose the local film-loving community to an array of ideas and lifestyles through world cinema. The VFF is committed to cooperation and collaboration with other arts organisations as well as the business community, with programmes that are interactive, entertaining and educational. This year, the festival has decided to add a special segment, Converge, where short films will be screened at unusual spaces around the city. The festival will feature around 150 films from 30 countries.

Watch Out For!

Opening Film

Window Horse

Window Horses is a warm and witty animated feature by Ann Marie. The story is about a young Canadian poet who undergoes a life-changing experience when she attends a poetry festival in Iran.

Indian Connect

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Leena Yadav’s directorial revolves around the story of four female residents of a town in the desert lands of Rajasthan. They openly discuss men, sex and life together, while contending with the sexism rampant in their own community. The film is produced by Ajay Devgn and features Radhika Apte, Surveen Chawla and Tannishtha Chatterjee in the lead.

India In A Day

India In A Day is a new form of non-fiction filmmaking that uses a montage of footage shot by millions of people in India on one single day to assemble a lyrical portrait of modern India. The film is directed by Richie Mehta.

Documentary

A New Economy

Burden

Don’t Blink – Robert Frank

Franca: Chaos And Creation

Gulîstan, Land Of Roses

Hotel Coolgardie

I Called Him Morgan

Mixed Match

Shorts Program: Big Visions

Sicily Jass

Sidney – I Called Him Morgan

Sidney – Sicily Jass

Strike A Pose

Thanks, Boss! (Merci, Patron!)

The Apology

The Borneo Case

The Good Life

The Happy Film

The Islands And The Whales

The Prison In Twelve Landscapes

The Skyjacker’s Tale

Theater Of Life

Voice From The Wilderness

Short Films

Jammies And Toons: Kidflix!

Big Visions

Down East & Out West

Indigenous

Ontario

Québec

Without Borders

World Perspective: Asia

After The Storm

India In A Day

Old Stone

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Soul On A String

Suffering Of Ninko

Tatara Samurai

Indigenous Perspective

Before The Streets

The Land Of Rock And Gold

The Sun At Midnight

Canadian Wave

A New Economy

Before The Streets

Boundaries

Gulîstan, Land Of Roses

Incident Reports

King Dave

Maudie

Mixed Match

Perfume War

Prank

Riverhead

Searchers

Window Horses

Still Night, Still Light

The Apology

The Hollow Child

The Land Of Rock And Gold

The Skyjacker’s Tale

Theater Of Life

Voice From The Wilderness

Weirdos

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Sayali Parab
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