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November 4, 2022 @ 12:00 am - November 26, 2022 @ 12:00 am
This year the festival is back both in-person and online. We are excited to be able to gather together once again in downtown Guelph to explore documentaries of social and environmental importance that invite us to think more deeply about our world and community. By continuing to offer online access to the festival we hope to welcome a broader audience to engage in these conversations from the comfort of home through streaming our events and films. Sharing stories that matter is at the heart of what we do. Stories can call us to act, challenge our biases, and inspire us to build more inclusive communities. And this year we have more ways to share these stories than ever before.
As always, our festival showcases thoughtfully curated selection of international, national, and local films (including one World Premier, one Canadian Premier, and two Ontario Premieres), with visiting directors/filmmakers, community discussions, and an ever-growing film series of short documentaries by local kid filmmakers, Tiny Docs by Tiny People.
We are delighted to be able to offer the 2022 festival for free to folks under 30, inviting more youth to participate in discussions about our world and community. This year’s festival focuses on diverse perspectives, fighting for the rights of people and the planet, and the importance of voice and agency.
November 4-12 (in-person)
November 13-26 (online)
Get your tickets here!