Ottawa International Film Festival

in Ottawa, Canada

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100 Metcalfe St, Ottawa, ON K1P, Canada
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The Ottawa International Film Festival (OIFF) was an Ottawa-based, publicly attended film festival that held its first annual competition in 2010. The festival runs annually for three days. The festival screens shorts and feature-length films of any genre and of any country of origin. The program for 2010 yielded one full day of Canadian films and another day of international films. Closely linked to local 72-hour film challenges, the Second Ottawa International Film Festival ran from August 17–21, 2011. The 2011 Program holds 24 short films and 7 feature films, including 3 World Premieres and 1 each of Canadian and Ottawa Premieres. The festival closed with a competition of locally produced music videos and bands. Hollywood producer Aaron Ryder] has been linked to the festival and provided a Q + A after screening his films Donnie Darko and Memento in the August program. Ottawa-based film A Violent State by director Adrian Langley was awarded the 2011 Lieutenant's Pump Award for Best Film.


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Ottawa International Film Festival

Address: 100 Metcalfe St, Ottawa, ON K1P, Canada