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May 2019

Mesmerica 360

May 17 @ 5:30 pm - May 19 @ 5:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 5:30pm on Sunday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until May 19, 2019

Telus World of Science, 11211 142 St NW
Edmonton, AB T5M 4A1 Canada
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$12 – $39

"In these fast-paced, and often challenging times, music and art can provide us with relief from stress, and provide us with a sense of peace, tranquility, and renewal." Mesmerica features the mesmerizing music of Grammy-nominated composer and percussionist, James Hood, as well as visually-hypnotic, 3D animated art curated from artists around the world. This visual music journey is an amalgamation of music and art that creates an immersive, transcendent experience designed to soothe the mind and stimulate the senses. The…

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Edmonton Jewish Film Festival

May 21 - May 30
Landmark Cinemas, 10200 102 Ave
Edmonton, AB Canada
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The Edmonton Jewish Film Festival (EJFF) is a celebration of Jewish culture, identity, religion and history, through film.  Organized by the Jewish Federation of Edmonton, the EJFF is one of the largest and most visible Jewish cultural events in our city.   The EJFF presents a variety of Jewish-themed dramas, comedies, mysteries and documentaries from all over the world.  All are high-quality films, playing in Edmonton for the first time.  Guest speakers and special events enhance the film screenings, engaging…

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Nextfest

May 30 - June 9
Various Edmonton, + Google Map

Nextfest is a common ground for the next generation of creators and producers. Unapologetically unique and exceptionally experimental, Nextfest revels in the creative voice of the next generation of artists. The 2019 festival boasts the brightest new comers to the stage, screen, page, and everywhere imaginable in between, showcasing Edmonton’s emerging professional artists in theatre, dance, music, film, spoken word, visual art, and multidisciplinary collaborations for eleven unforgettable days in June. Click here for schedule, location and ticket information.

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September 2019

Kaleido Family Arts Festival

September 20 - September 22

Kaleido Family Arts Festival is a joyous, exuberant, radically open arts festival that shares the love of the Alberta Avenue Arts District. Kaleido welcomes arts and cultural experiences with multi-arts collaborative performances such as music, dance, theatre, film, literary and visual arts with performances on rooftops, sides of buildings, back alleys, parks and found spaces. It’s an extravagance of creative exploration, imagination, and play.

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Mosquers Film Festival

September 21
Winspear Centre, 4 Sir Winston Churchill Square Northwest
Edmonton, AB T5J 4X8 Canada
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The Mosquers Film Festival aims to educate, entertain and build bridges by showcasing talent and the diverse Muslim experience. Indulge in an event filled with incredible short films, feature entertainment, an award ceremony, and an after party for the ages. This festival started eleven years ago as a short-film competition tackling day-to-day issues, talents and stories of the local Muslim community. Designed to entertain audiences of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds, today the Mosquers Film Festival draws talented amateur filmmakers…

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Edmonton International Film Festival

September 26 - October 5
Landmark Cinemas, 10200 102 Ave
Edmonton, AB Canada
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Indulge in your love of the silver screen during 10 days of independent, international and eye-opening films every autumn at the Edmonton International Film Festival. The Edmonton International Film Festival (EIFF) is produced by a charitable, non-profit, cultural organization (EIFF Society) whose mission is to present an annual celebration of cinema as a means to transform the way people see the world. They’re looking for films that tell strong stories, regardless of the genre— whether they make you question your…

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“In these fast-paced, and often challenging times, music and art can provide us with relief from stress, and provide us with a sense of peace, tranquility, and renewal.”

Mesmerica features the mesmerizing music of Grammy-nominated composer and percussionist, James Hood, as well as visually-hypnotic, 3D animated art curated from artists around the world. This visual music journey is an amalgamation of music and art that creates an immersive, transcendent experience designed to soothe the mind and stimulate the senses.

The magic of this 360 degree immersive art and music cinema experience is brought to Edmonton in the Zeidler Dome.

The Edmonton Jewish Film Festival (EJFF) is a celebration of Jewish culture, identity, religion and history, through film.  Organized by the Jewish Federation of Edmonton, the EJFF is one of the largest and most visible Jewish cultural events in our city.

 

The EJFF presents a variety of Jewish-themed dramas, comedies, mysteries and documentaries from all over the world.  All are high-quality films, playing in Edmonton for the first time.  Guest speakers and special events enhance the film screenings, engaging audiences and giving everyone the opportunity to learn, to question and to gain perspective on Jewish experiences.

 

Founded in 1996, the EJFF is the result of the hard work and talent of the volunteer Edmonton Jewish Film Festival Committee, made up of film enthusiasts and experts from throughout the community. The Committee spends each winter screening dozens of films before selecting the final film line-up for the annual Festival, which takes place each May at Landmark City Centre Cinemas.

 

The Jewish Federation of Edmonton is very grateful to the many generous individuals, organizations and companies who make the EJFF possible through their sponsorships and donations.  Proceeds from the EJFF are the primary source of funding for Partnership 2Gether (P2G), The Jewish Federation of Edmonton’s bridge-building partnership with the communities of the Galilee panhandle in Northern Israel. For more information about P2G, click here

 

The Edmonton Jewish Film Festival — Come explore, discover, and schmooze with us!

For information, to volunteer or to sponsor, please contact Susan Schiffman

Nextfest is a common ground for the next generation of creators and producers.

Unapologetically unique and exceptionally experimental, Nextfest revels in the creative voice of the next generation of artists. The 2019 festival boasts the brightest new comers to the stage, screen, page, and everywhere imaginable in between, showcasing Edmonton’s emerging professional artists in theatre, dance, music, film, spoken word, visual art, and multidisciplinary collaborations for eleven unforgettable days in June.

Click here for schedule, location and ticket information.

Kaleido Family Arts Festival is a joyous, exuberant, radically open arts festival that shares the love of the Alberta Avenue Arts District. Kaleido welcomes arts and cultural experiences with multi-arts collaborative performances such as music, dance, theatre, film, literary and visual arts with performances on rooftops, sides of buildings, back alleys, parks and found spaces. It’s an extravagance of creative exploration, imagination, and play.

The Mosquers Film Festival aims to educate, entertain and build bridges by showcasing talent and the diverse Muslim experience. Indulge in an event filled with incredible short films, feature entertainment, an award ceremony, and an after party for the ages.

This festival started eleven years ago as a short-film competition tackling day-to-day issues, talents and stories of the local Muslim community. Designed to entertain audiences of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds, today the Mosquers Film Festival draws talented amateur filmmakers and audiences from North America and all across the globe.

Indulge in your love of the silver screen during 10 days of independent, international and eye-opening films every autumn at the Edmonton International Film Festival. The Edmonton International Film Festival (EIFF) is produced by a charitable, non-profit, cultural organization (EIFF Society) whose mission is to present an annual celebration of cinema as a means to transform the way people see the world. They’re looking for films that tell strong stories, regardless of the genre— whether they make you question your own values, move you in some mysterious way, or leave you laughing out loud!

Each autumn, the Edmonton International Film Festival hoists the curtains on a cinematic feast that celebrates the power of film. The menu consists of more than 150 films from 50+ countries, ranging from short to feature-length, dramatic to documentary, comedy to gut-wrenching, and studio to independent.