Get Special Access with a Saturday Day Pass

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$50 to $65 dollars (tax incl.)

Here’s why you should purchase a Saturday Day Pass

This festival pass gives you access to all the films showing on Saturday, Oct 27th. Once inside the festival, you can use this pass for any and all of the screenings, for an incredible discount price of $65 (regular) and $50 (student).

This is your chance to watch amazing films on the big screen, without making a dent in your pocket!

Here’s just some of the films you’ll see on Saturday, October 27.

Start the day with our Family Friendly Program at 10 AM at Wolf Performance Hall. Short animations like Bernie’s Lament and Mr. Slotter are sure to entertain the whole family. These are paired with feature documentary Masters of Resonance — a must watch for music lovers and fans of Neil Peart of Rush!

Still from feature documentary, Masters of Resonance

Still from feature documentary, Masters of Resonance

Around midday, you get to choose from 3 separate programs. Catch an assortment of short animations, films and documentaries at Museum London at 12 PM. Or stop by the Good Foundation Theatre in Downtown Fanshawe Campus at 12.15 PM for a documentary program: Short Kyra, followed by feature documentary, Me The Other whose filmmakers are Londoners and will be present for Q&A. If you’re a fan of gameshows and TV legend, Alex Trebek, we recommend the 12.35 PM screening of Game Changers at the Wolf Performance Hall, which is also followed by a filmmaker Q&A.

Still from feature documentary, Catwalk

Still from feature documentary, Catwalk

Saturday afternoon has another 3 programs that you can choose from. A very special feline-friendly program for cat lovers, the 2.30 PM screening of Catwalk is just the right pick for you — swing by Museum London! A repeat screening of Masters of Resonance accompanied by short documentaries Camista and How To Sell, at the Good Foundation Theatre at 3 PM. If you prefer an action packed afternoon, catch the screening of 22 Chaser with a special Q&A with London star, John Kapelos at the Wolf Performance Hall at 3.25 PM.

Promotional still from Freaks and Geeks (1999)

Promotional still from Freaks and Geeks (1999)

Saturday evening brings a special high school throwback to you with a screening of Freaks and Geeks: The Documentary. Come find out how this 18 episode TV show from the 90’s became a cult classic and launched the careers of your favourite Hollywood stars — Wolf Performance Hall, 6.30 PM. End the evening with a film that will leave you charged up and haunted in the best way — a festival favourite and fabulous debut of Jasmin Mozaffari, Firecrackers is a powerhouse film not to be missed! 9 PM, Wolf Performance Hall.

Speaking of haunted, we’re bringing back our Madness at Midnight screening just in time for Halloween! A doubly spooky night with short film Hey Abbott! and feature film Hellmington, this program is sure to kick off your Halloween weekend!

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Nandita Dutta