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2018 Salt Spring Film Festival – Who Needs Cannes?

    Film Festival    February 27, 2018

This coming weekend, Salt Spring Islanders gather for film-going ritual at the Gulf Islands Secondary School. The Salt Spring Film Festival is an annual affair and draws much of the community together for an incredible Friday evening gala, two days of documentaries, and the social justice bazaar. After previewing over 100 documentaries over several months, […]

2018 Salt Spring Film Festival Program and Schedule

    Film Festival    February 27, 2018

The Salt Spring Film Festival Society is a non-profit charitable society incorporated in 2008, whose mission is to educate, inspire and activate our community through a Festival of independent documentary film from Canada and around the world. We present films that explore social justice, the environment, art and culture, politics and food security. Filmmakers are […]

2018 Salt Spring Film Festival: Lund – End of the Road Filmmaker with Tai Uhlmann

    Film Festival, News & Events, People & Places    February 15, 2018

The following article was written by Jennifer Cikaluk as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 2-4, 2018. Filmmaker Tai Uhlmann along with Co-Director Theo Angell will be attending the festival and leading a discussion about the film following the screening. The Filmmaker series is […]

2018 Salt Spring Film Festival: Meet Beau Dick – Maker of Monsters Filmmaker Natalie Boll

    Film Festival, Food & Entertainment, People & Places    February 13, 2018

The following article was written by Jennifer Cikaluk as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 2-4, 2018. Filmmaker Natalie Boll will be attending the festival and leading a discussion about the film following the screening. The Filmmaker series is sponsored by: Stonehouse B&B, Harbour […]

2018 Salt Spring Film Festival: Amplify Her

    Art & Design, Film Festival, News & Events    February 5, 2018

The following article was written by Jennifer Cikaluk as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 2-4, 2018. Filmmaker Ian MacKenzie will be attending the festival and leading a discussion about the film following the screening. The Filmmaker series is sponsored by Stonehouse B&B, Harbour […]

2017 Salt Spring Film Festival: A Feast for Hearts and Minds

    Film Festival, News & Events    March 9, 2017

On Sunday, March 5th, I walked away from the Gulf Island Secondary School with a sense that I was returning from somewhere far away, somewhere incredible. In fact, I was walking away from the 18th annual Salt Spring Film Festival. And it was a fantastic voyage ― right here in our community. This year, the […]

2017 Salt Spring Film Festival – Last Men Standing

    Art & Design, Film Festival    February 28, 2017

The following article was written by Connie Kuhns as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 3-5, 2017. Film subject Jesus Guillen will be attending the festival and leading a discussion about the film following the screening. The Filmmaker series is sponsored by Stonehouse Bed […]

2017 Salt Spring Film Festival – Spirit Unforgettable

    Art & Design, Film Festival    February 27, 2017

The following article written by Patricia Lockie is part of a series profiling filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival, March 3-5, 2017. Director, Pete McCormack, will be leading a discussion following the screening of “Spirit Unforgettable” on Gala Night (March 3). Sponsorship for attending filmmakers is provided by Stonehouse Bed & Breakfast. Filmmaker, […]

2017 Salt Spring Film Festival – Koneline: Our Land Beautiful

    Art & Design, Film Festival, Food & Entertainment    February 23, 2017

The following article was written by Connie Kuhns as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 3-5, 2017. Filmmaker Nettie Wild will be attending the festival and leading a discussion about the film following the screening. The Filmmaker series is sponsored by Stonehouse Bed and […]

2017 Salt Spring Film Festival – Show Me What You Care About

    Art & Design, Film Festival, Food & Entertainment    February 22, 2017

The following article was written by Connie Kuhns as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 3-5, 2017. Filmmakers Brianne Nettlefield and Naomi Mark will be attending the festival and leading a discussion about the film following the screening. The Filmmaker series is sponsored by […]

2017 Salt Spring Film Festival – Filmmaker Interview: The Memory of Fish

    Art & Design, Film Festival    February 20, 2017

The following article was written by Patricia Lockie as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 3-5, 2017. Filmmaker Jennifer Galvin will be attending the festival and leading a discussion about the film following the screening. The Filmmaker series is sponsored by Stonehouse Bed and […]

2017 Salt Spring Film Festival Preview and Trailer: River Blue

    Art & Design, Film Festival    February 17, 2017

The following article was written by Connie Kuhns as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 3-5, 2017. Filmmaker Roger Williams will be attending the festival and leading a discussion about the film following the screening. The Filmmaker series is sponsored by Stonehouse Bed and […]

2016 Film Festival: Debris

    Film Festival, Food & Entertainment, People & Places    March 1, 2016

The following article was written by Robert McTavish as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 4-6, 2016. Filmmaker John Bolton will be attending the festival and leading a discussion about the film following the screening. The Filmmaker series is sponsored by Stonehouse Bed and […]

2016 Film Festival: Ninth Floor

    Film Festival, Food & Entertainment    February 29, 2016

The following article was written by Robert McTavish as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 4-6, 2016. Filmmaker Selwyn Jacob will be attending the festival and leading a discussion about the film following the screening. The Filmmaker series is sponsored by Stonehouse Bed and […]

2016 Film Festival: For Our Daughters

    Film Festival, Food & Entertainment    February 23, 2016

The following article was written by Robert McTavish as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 4-6, 2016. Filmmaker Daniel Pierce will be attending the festival and leading a discussion about the film following the screening. The Filmmaker series is sponsored by Stonehouse Bed and […]

2016 Film Festival: Sea Blind

    Art & Design, Film Festival, People & Places    February 19, 2016

The following article was written by Robert McTavish as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 4-6, 2016. Filmmaker Sarah Robertson and editor Jennifer Abbott will be attending the festival and leading a discussion about the film following the screening. Sea Blind When filmmaker Sarah […]

2016 Film Festival Program and Schedule

    Film Festival, News & Events    February 17, 2016

The Salt Spring Film Festival Society is a non-profit charitable society incorporated in 2008, whose mission is to educate, inspire and activate our community through a Festival of independent documentary film from Canada and around the world. We present films that explore social justice, the environment, art and culture, politics and food security. Filmmakers are […]

2016 Salt Spring Film Festival: Elder in the Making

    Art & Design, Film Festival, Food & Entertainment    February 2, 2016

The following article was written by Robert McTavish as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 4-6, 2016. Filmmaker Chris Hsiung and film subject Cowboy Smithx will be attending the festival and leading a discussion about the film. Elder in the Making Filmmaker Chris Hsiung […]

Film Festival 2015: The Price We Pay

    Film Festival, Food & Entertainment    March 3, 2015

The following article was written by Robert McTavish as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 6-8, 2015. Filmmaker Harold Crooks will be attending the festival and lead a discussion about the film. The filmmaker series is sponsored by Harbour House. _________________________________ The Price We […]

Film Festival 2015: Coastal Tarsands: Journey to Deleted Islands

    Film Festival, Food & Entertainment    February 26, 2015

The following article was written by Robert McTavish as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 6-8, 2015. Filmmaker Dennis Allen will be attending the festival and lead a discussion about the film. The filmmaker series is sponsored by Harbour House. —————————– Coastal Tarsands: Journey […]

Film Festival 2015: The Pristine Coast

    Film Festival, Food & Entertainment    February 24, 2015

The following article was written by Robert McTavish as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 6-8, 2015. Filmmaker Dennis Allen will be attending the festival and lead a discussion about the film. The filmmaker series is sponsored by Harbour House. —————————– The Pristine Coast […]

Salt Spring Film Festival Guide and Schedule

    Film Festival, Food & Entertainment    February 22, 2015

The 16th Salt Spring Film Festival – March 6 – 8, 2015 (presented by Country Grocer) Welcome to your annual film festival feast! After many months of the selection process, the 16th Salt Spring Film Festival is ready to showcase the best of international and Canadian documentary films. From the Yukon wilderness to the slums […]

Film Festival 2015: Crazywater

    Film Festival, Local News    February 16, 2015

The following article was written by Robert McTavish as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 6-8, 2015. Filmmaker Dennis Allen will be attending the festival and lead a discussion about the film. The filmmaker series is sponsored by Harbour House. —————————– Crazywater How do […]

Film Festival 2015: All The Time In The World

    Film Festival, Food & Entertainment    February 11, 2015

The following article was written by Robert McTavish as part of a series of articles about filmmakers coming to the Salt Spring Film Festival on March 6-8, 2015. Filmmaker Suzanne Crocker will be attending the festival and lead a discussion about the film. The filmmaker series is sponsored by Harbour House. —————————– It wasn’t supposed […]

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