Tickets now available for purchase and reservations
Cambridge, ON – The Grand River Film Festival (GRFF), is pleased to bring the best independent films to the region with free and affordable combination ticket packages. The festival runs May 9-13, 2023 and will feature nine feature films and 40 shorts collected in seven shorts programs across Waterloo Region. “We’re thrilled to celebrate our 15th season by bringing together the community and showcasing exceptional films from around the world,” said Michael Clark, Festival Chair.
To help make the festival accessible to everyone, GRFF is offering free afternoon events on Saturday in Kitchener and Cambridge, providing an opportunity for all film enthusiasts to experience the festival.
Saturday May 13 – Afternoon FREE SCREENINGS
● Indigenous Shorts: KPL Main Theatre, 1pm
● Canadian Shorts (Kitchener Edition): KPL Main Theatre, 2pm
● International Shorts (Kitchener Edition): KPL Main Theatre, 3pm
● Women Captains: Cambridge Community Players Theatre, 1pm
● Local Shorts: Cambridge Community Players Theatre, 2pm
● Canadian Shorts (Cambridge Edition): Cambridge Community Players Theatre, 3pm
● International Shorts (Cambridge Edition): Cambridge Community Players Theatre, 4pm
In addition to the free screening, GRFF is offering four combo ticket packages for $20 each: with programming in Waterloo on Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday; and in Cambridge on Friday and Saturday nights. “We want everyone to have the opportunity to experience the festival and the films we’re showcasing, and these combo tickets offer an affordable and convenient way to do that,” Clark said.
The Opening Night combo ticket includes a ticket to each of the two Tuesday night shows at the Princess, while the Friday Night Uptown combo ticket includes a ticket to each of the two Friday night shows at the Princess. For those who want to attend both Saturday night shows at the Princess, the Saturday Night Uptown combo ticket is available. GRFF is also offering the Cambridge Combo, which includes a ticket to each of the two features showing in Cambridge, one on Friday and one on Saturday.
With a diverse range of films and events, the Grand River Film Festival promises to be an exciting and engaging experience for everyone. Don’t miss your chance to be part of this incredible festival. Visit grff.ca to learn more and purchase tickets.
ABOUT GRAND RIVER FILM FESTIVAL
Founded in 2007, the Grand River Film Festival (GRFF) is committed to celebrate and inspire community through the shared experience of film and is in part supported by a grant from the Ontario Trillium Resilient Communities Fund. Featuring compelling documentaries, engaging shorts and premiere features, GRFF presents an integrated cultural experience. The festival encourages community involvement through a shared love for cinema by offering unique and diverse programming with creative community partnerships.
Organization Contact for Media Inquiries:
Michael Clark, firstname.lastname@example.org
Grand River Film Festival (GRFF)