FCFF 2020 Winning Films
Best Short Film: Breaking Up For the Modern Girl- Sydney Nicole Herauf
Best Narrative Feature: The Cuban- Sergio Navarretta
Best Documentary Short: Hollie’s Dress- Annie Sakkab
Best Documentary Feature: The Walrus and the Whistleblower- Nathalie Bibeau
Best Short Animation: Scribblings- Tori Richards
Winning Screenplay: Sluts- Mary Cross
Old Oak Audience Choice Award: Into the Light by Janice Zolf
Pitchfest Winner: My Regularly Scheduled Chemo Appointment- Tyson Breuer Watch Awards Celebration
See What’s On
Discover your regional pride at FCFF as we honour world class films and filmmakers that have a connection to Southwestern Ontario. Come to the festival and rub shoulders with filmmakers at parties and screenings, ask them your questions, join them for up-close conversations, learn about the craft of filmmaking and see fabulous and unique films! This is a week that no film lover should miss!
UP CLOSE CONVERSATIONS
A series of live and online events designed to educate, entertain and inspire emerging filmmakers and film fans alike. Each event features successful industry professionals sharing their experiences and insights through instructional dialogue, cautionary tales and fascinating conversation. Learn what’s current and coming up in film and TV from the people in the know.
FCFF 2021 submissions open March 1, 2021.
Ontario’s Banner Event For High School Filmmakers 2021
High school student filmmakers of Southwestern Ontario bring the best of their creativity to the big screen and stand to win $5000 in prizes!
Forest City Youth Film Festival provides year-round experiences for students to learn from film industry professionals and post-secondary educators.
October 20, 2021