Silicon Halton - get ready to see world class films June 26-28!
Instead of travelling to TIFF or Sundance, you can enjoy an international quality film festival right here at the Oakville Festivals of Film & Art.
Film festival tickets are a great way to cultivate and reward clients, colleagues, and employees or just indulge your love of film. As a special promotion to Silicon Halton members, the Oakville Festivals of Film & Art is pleased to provide a ticket discount Coupon Code: siliconhalton for 25% off the price of individual tickets.
How To Do The Festival!
- 17 feature films and documentaries, including the Gala film. Tickets for all full-length films include short films and most include Q&A with the filmmakers and/or panels.
- To browse films and trailers and to buy tickets go to https://offa.ca/tickets/ and use your coupon code.
- Please note: The Theme Packs of 5 films (includes the Gala plus 4 selected film titles) are already discounted.
- Friday, June 26th to Sunday, June 28th
WHERE: Two locations:
- Gala Night: Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts - What We Did on Our Holiday” (Friday June 26th 8pm) - map
- Films: shown at Film.ca, 171 Speers Road, Oakville - for 16 great films on Saturday + Sunday June 27-28 - map
- The Gala “What We Did on Our Holiday” starring Billy Connolly, David Tennant, and Rosamund Pike includes a live Q&A with UK Writer-Director Guy Jenkin interviewed by entertainment critic, Rob Salem.
- The screening of “The Cocksure Lads” includes a live performance by Murray Foster (of the band Great Big Sea) who is the film’s Director. Did you know that Murray pitched this film on Dragon’s Den?
- Local connections at the festival include: Oakville resident Vlademir Kabelik and his film “Stay Aubrey”; Sheridan alumni and Mississauga resident Richie Mehta and his film “Siddharth”; plus many short films from Sheridan College’s animation and media arts students.
About the Oakville Festivals of Film & Art
The Oakville Festivals of Film & Art is committed to enhancing the region’s profile, revitalizing local businesses and the community, and promoting cultural and artistic diversity with the cinematic arts as the focal point.