The Fort Langley Film Festival March 12th – Fort Langley Community Hall – 9167 Glover Road
The Festival will screen full feature films, shorts & documentaries by BC Independent Filmmakers and beyond. An afternoon of Short Films followed by features and documentaries will be scheduled throughout the day.
Full Day Pass – March 12th – Fort Langley Film Festival – $25.00
Individual Tickets $10 will be available after March 1st
Vaccine passports will be required
10:00AM – Doors open – Coffee Social
11:00AM – Welcome Speeches & Short Films
Fort Flicks Winning Film (TBA) – 3-5 mins
Refuge in the Rockies – Documentary – 12 mins
Existential Therapy – 10 mins
Through Darkness I See You – 10 mins
Salmon Parks – Documentary – 11 mins
TORN – 10 mins
Jump – 19 mins
A Conversation with Justin MacGregor
Join Justin MacGregor at the Fort Langley Film Festival, where he’ll be taking part in a Film Talk about directing and filmmaking, with a focus on our upcoming feature film, The Founder Effect — which was filmed in part in Fort Langley! Catch a glimpse behind-the-scenes of this exciting new film, starring Rick Edwards (Santa Barbara, Best F(r)iends, Miracle Valley), as well as a slew of amazing local BC talent.
PAVE THE ROAD
DIRECTOR – KELLY MASON
Kelly Mason’s poetic memoir, self-shot over a decade, documents hers’ and her children’s compassionate separation from their father to pave a new road, not only for the well-being of the broken family but for the planet itself.
Join Director Kelly Mason for a Q&A after the show.
PORTRAITS FROM A FIRE
DIRECTOR – TREVOR MACK
Portraits From A Fire is a coming-of-age film that follows Tyler, an eccentric and lonely teenager who spends his days filmmaking, vlogging his Indigenous community, and hanging out with his grandparents. His father, Gord, is physically present but remains emotionally absent from Tyler’s life for reasons Tyler cannot understand.
That is until he meets Aaron, a mysterious, charismatic, and influential figure who encourages Tyler to showcase his most personal film about his mother’s disappearance to the community, leading to a reckoning between past and future, life and death, and father and son.
The film follows Tyler’s journey to heal the wounds of the past by opening them once again. And by finding the courage to face the fear of the unknown, he weaves together the strong sacred bonds of family through both living and ancestral realms.
Join Director Trevor Mack and Producer Rylan Friday for a Q&A directly after the show.
Any current COVID-19 protocol by BC Health & Safety will be in effect.