The Calgary International Film Festival kicks off tomorrow, and more than 35,000 people are expected to attend.
This will be the festival’s 17th year, as it debuted in 2000 and was attended by 8,000 people. Now it features more than 200 feature-length and short films from Canada and 40 other countries around the world.
One of the feature-length films at the festival is famed Spanish director Pedro Almodovar’s film “Julieta,” which is about a woman who has harboured a deep secret for over 30 years.
Passes and tickets are still on sale, and the festival takes place at various locations throughout the city.
When: Wednesday, September 21 to Sunday, October 2
Where: Various locations. Click here for more.