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Edmonton Film Fest around the corner, with changes

4 Venues. 115 Movies. 11 Days. It's a Marathon. The 37th Edmonton International Film Festival (EIFF) is back, September 21 - October 1.
Get ready, film buffs. The Edmonton International Film Festival (EIFF) is back. Photo supplied.

4 Venues. 115 Movies. 11 Days. It's a Marathon. 

The 37th Edmonton International Film Festival (EIFF) is back, September 21 - October 1. New this year, the Oscar-Qualifying festival will be presented at four venues around Edmonton: Lecore Theatre  at the Art Gallery of Alberta, The Muttart Theatre at the Stanley A. Milner Library, Metro Cinema at the Garneau Theatre and the Telus World of Science. 

This year's festival boasts 90 short films and 25 feature films, featuring major titles such as: Anatomy of a Fall (Palme d'or 2023 Winner); Michel Gondry's The Book of Solutions; the uproarious (and Canadian!) Suze, and Close to You, which marks Elliott Page's first leading role in six years. Film fans can enjoy the festival with a range of screening times and ticket options. Plus, enjoy Q&As and their famous Opening Night and Closing Night Galas. 

For more information and a full schedule, visit

Festival Passes and Tickets are On Sale Now

6 Pack $75  All-Access Pass $199 Individual Tickets $15


About Edmonton International Film Festival

The Edmonton International Film Festival Society’s (EIFFS) mission is to present a film festival in theatres to celebrate diverse cinema for audiences. To achieve this, they showcase high quality cinema from around the world to allow filmmakers to interact in a forum that creates and fosters community, while placing EIFF on the global film festival map. EIFF presents films produced within 20 months of each festival. These films are curated from submissions and solicited from distributors. The festival also presents a generous dose of filmmaker chats, Q&A’s, gala screenings, a local filmmaker spotlight, ‘buzzy’ films that are travelling the festival circuit, shorts with lunch, and more. Films are selected on the basis of story, quality and originality. All films must be EDMONTON premieres.