The Art Gallery of Hamilton (AGH) is gearing up for their annual Film Festival which kicks off this Thursday (Oct. 17).
The AGH Film Festival is Hamilton’s largest showcase of independent and Canadian cinema as well as films from across the globe.
Over the past 11 years, the festival has grown to become one of the largest in Ontario, working with more than 100 community and corporate partners to bring premium cinema to the area.
The festival includes an array of talks, panels, performances, parties, and other activities, fostering community, engaging in critical dialogue, and promoting cultural diversity.
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Operated by the Art Gallery of Hamilton since 1999, the festival screens in theatres across the city and this year includes two special screenings celebrating the Life of Agnès Varda.
Venues this year include the AGH, FirstOntario Concert Hall, Westdale Theatre and the Playhouse Theatre.
For more details, tickets and a list of featured films and events, visit the AGH website.
The festival runs until Oct. 27.