Put on your winter gear and grab your hot chocolate and catch a movie at this Edmonton outdoor winter movie theatre made from snow!
Edmonton Outdoor Winter Movie Theatre
The International Festival of Winter Cinema will be taking place from at Hawrelak Park and displaying several films from local and international cinema. Themes will include winter, alpine, and polar themes of any style or genre and are family-friendly!
The International Festival of Winter Cinema (IFWC) aims to be the premier international juried and competitive film festival featuring unique perspectives and experiences presented through winter-themed cinema and audiovisual art.
Mark your calendars! The fun kicks off on February 7th from 6:00 pm-10:00 pm! heck out the 2020 trailer, get an introduction into the program plus enjoy live entertainment, refreshments and beverages.
When – February 13, 14, 15 & 16 at 6:30 pm
Where – Hawrelak Park, 9330 Groat Road
What Movies Are Being Shown?
You can catch a variety of short films and movies and the full line-up includes:
Feb 13 IFWC – #yegfilm presents: A Warming Chilly World
―Day of short films featuring Names for the Show, Ice breakers, Polarbarry, The Date, Hedtoft, Mary Mackagonne, The Magic Snowball, Where Monsters Dwell, and Queen without Land
Feb 14 IFWC- FAVA Presents: The Fragile North
―An evening of short films starring Caribou in the Archive, The Dying of the Light, Inuk Hunter, Throat Signing in Kangirsuk, Eight Bridget Studies, Descent of the Refuge, Ulu, All That You Love, and Coasters
Feb 15 IFWC- Guerilla Motion Pictures Presents: Mountain Life
―An evening of short films starring The Alchemy of Mountains, Khutrao, Monoski, The Valise, Refuge in the Rockies, Seventy, Pow-wow, I Love You Too, and Mountain Adventure: Out of Bounds
Feb 16 IFWC- AMAAS presents: Our Winter Home
―Our last night of films features Chalie by the Sea, Wandering in the White, Polar Tour, A Fusili Western, and Under Thin Ice