The FIN Atlantic International Film Festival returns with a full program and special events – Halifax

The FIN Atlantic International Film Festival (AIFF) has announced a full program of 178 films and the return of all special events, after a few years of pandemic hiatus.

For the first time since 2019, the festival will host in-person parties, receptions, live Q&As and panels.

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The AIFF says the screenings will be presented over eight days in Halifax, while 77 films will be available virtually online from September 15-22.

The opening gala will be the film by Clément Virgo, Brother.

In addition, there are several presentations from Atlantic Canada during the festival, including Jackie Torrens’ documentary Bernie Langille wants to know what happened to Bernie Langille and Ashley McKenzie Qing dynasty queens.

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Special presentation programs include Tara Thorne compulsive and that of Koumbie Passers-by.

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Full screening and event schedules are available on the AIFF website.

The AIFF will also include an industry event, with 142 participants from 14 countries.


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