Atlantic Film Festival
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|Location||Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada|
- 1 Events
- 2 Attendance
- 3 Awards, Premieres, and Gala Screenings
- 3.1 2016 Atlantic Film Festival
- 3.2 2015 Atlantic Film Festival
- 3.3 2014 Atlantic Film Festival
- 3.4 2013 Atlantic Film Festival
- 3.5 2012 Atlantic Film Festival
- 3.6 2011 Atlantic Film Festival
- 3.7 2010 Atlantic Film Festival
- 3.8 2009 Atlantic Film Festival
- 3.9 2008 Atlantic Film Festival
- 3.10 2007 Atlantic Film Festival
- 3.11 2006 Atlantic Film Festival
- 3.12 2005 Atlantic Film Festival
- 3.13 2004 Atlantic Film Festival
- 3.14 2003 Atlantic Film Festival
- 4 References
- 5 External links
FIN holds multiple events throughout the year. The FIN: Atlantic International Film Festival is an 8-day event, screening films from Canada and around the world, and showcasing Atlantic Canadian films and artists. During the first three days of the Festival, FIN simultaneously runs Strategic Partners, an international co-production market focusing on film & TV and early stage projects that is limited to 200 top industry players from around the world. In the spring, FIN holds the ViewFinders: International Film Festival for Youth, a 5-day event designed to engage, entertain and educate young people. The Outdoor Film Experience, (formerly alFresco filmFesto) is FIN's outdoor summer film series held in various locations.
The 2005 festival experienced a 24 per cent attendance increase from the previous year with 29,400 in overall attendance, including 28 sold-out screenings and events. In 2007 attendance was up 18 per cent over 2006, with a record-setting 33,500 people taking part in the 27th annual event.
Awards, Premieres, and Gala Screenings
2016 Atlantic Film Festival
Maudie was awarded Best Atlantic Feature, the Audience Award was won by Moonlight , and Ashley McKenzie won Best Director for Werewolf. This year's other selections included Weirdos, Theatre Of Life, It's Only the End of the World, Manchester by the Sea, Paterson, Toni Erdmann, The Salesman, Perfume War, and Exit Thread.
2015 Atlantic Film Festival
Across the Line (Previously titled Undone) was awarded Best Atlantic Feature.
2014 Atlantic Film Festival
Cast No Shadow was awarded Best Atlantic Feature and Best Director (Christian Sparkes).
2013 Atlantic Film Festival
There Are Monsters was awarded Best Atlantic Feature and Best Director (Jay Dahl).
2012 Atlantic Film Festival
Blackbird was awarded Best Atlantic Feature and Best Director (Jason Buxton). This year's festival also featured the premieres of Roaming, the first film produced through Telefilm Canada's First Feature Program, The Disappeared, and Paul-Émile d'Entremont's documentary Last Chance.
2011 Atlantic Film Festival
Charlie Zone won Best Atlantic Feature and Best Director (Michael Melski) and Thom Fitzgerald's Cloudburst won the People's Choice Audience Award. A number of high-profile actors, including Brenda Fricker, Billy Boyd, Adam Sinclair, Kristin Kreuk and Famke Janssen, were in attendance. The opening film was Rollertown, the closing film was Mike Clattenburg's Afghan Luke, and the CBC Shorts Gala featured short films by Cory Bowles and Christian Sparkes.
2010 Atlantic Film Festival
2009 Atlantic Film Festival
The opening film was Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day.
2008 Atlantic Film Festival
2007 Atlantic Film Festival
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2005 Atlantic Film Festival
2004 Atlantic Film Festival
2003 Atlantic Film Festival
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- "Barry Jenkins' 'Moonlight' Nabs Audience Award at Atlantic Film Festival". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved July 7, 2017.
- "Cape Breton film ‘Werewolf’ a howling success at Atlantic Film Festival". Cape Breton Post. 26 September 2016. Retrieved 21 January 2017.
- "Film dealing with persecution of gays to be available on NFB website". Canadian Press. CTV News. 4 December 2012. Retrieved 7 December 2012.