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Welcome to the Barrie Film Festival

Discover unique films year-round through Barrie Film Festival programming. We provide film fans unique experiences and seek out the best of the best in Independent cinema, featuring films from Canada and around the world. With over 160 public events and screenings in a typical year, there are many opportunities to enjoy award-winning and festival favourites on the big screen.

Although all our in-theatre screenings are currently suspended due to COVID-19, we have introduced some online programming. See our Virtual Cinema program where we have teamed up with film distributors to bring the theatrical experience to your home. We want to thank everyone that attended our digital Reel Stories Film Festival this year. We are grateful to all our Best Friends for Film!

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The BFF YOUTH MEDIA PROJECT is a new video series developed to inspire and give you useful filmmaking tips and techniques. Via our website and our YouTube channel you can view the series of short films and “how to” talks with filmmakers.Enjoy this short film “Be Thankful by Flavia Guimaraes, an experimental and inspirational short using words, not pictures, that focuses on a spoken message from Flavia’s 12-year-old daughter.Flavia GuimaraesInstagram: flaviafieldsFacebook: @flavia.guimaraes.58Find the link to her short and read her bio and her advice to filmmakers through our website,Find the link to her short and read her bio and her advice to filmmakers through our website, barriefilmfestival.ca/youth-media-project/ This is a project of the Barrie Film Festival and supported by the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund and Barrie Community Foundation, with additional outreach support from the City of Barrie. This initiative is presented in partnership with Talk Is Free Theatre.Special thanks to: Phillip Daniels, Wyeth Clarkson, and all the filmmakers that contributed their time and talent to this project. ... See MoreSee Less
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The BFF YOUTH MEDIA PROJECT is a new video series developed to inspire and give you useful filmmaking tips and techniques. Via our website and our YouTube channel you can view the series of short films and “how to” talks with filmmakers.Enjoy this short film "Create For You" by Abby Chung, "to build inspiration and positivity". Find the link to her short and read her bio through our website - barriefilmfestival.ca/youth-media-project/This is a project of the Barrie Film Festival and supported by the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund and Barrie Community Foundation, with additional outreach support from the City of Barrie. This initiative is presented in partnership with Talk Is Free Theatre.Special thanks to: Phillip Daniels, Wyeth Clarkson, and all the filmmakers that contributed their time and talent to this project.#ECSFund #barriefilmfestival @CommFdnsCanada @ESDC_GC @BarrieCommunit1 @citybarrie @talkisfreetheatre ... See MoreSee Less
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The BFF YOUTH MEDIA PROJECT is a new video series developed to inspire and give you useful filmmaking tips and techniques. Via our website and our YouTube channel you can view the series of short films and “how to” talks with filmmakers.Enjoy a short film, "LOCKED DOWN" by emerging filmmaker Marina Mascarin, her debut as both writer and director. Find the link to her short and read her bio through our website - barriefilmfestival.ca/youth-media-project/Marina Mascarin Instagram: mascarina_ Portfolio: marinamascarin.wixsite.com/filmThis is a project of the Barrie Film Festival and supported by the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund and Barrie Community Foundation, with additional outreach support from the City of Barrie. This initiative is presented in partnership with Talk Is Free Theatre. Special thanks to: Phillip Daniels, Wyeth Clarkson, and all the filmmakers that contributed their time and talent to this project. #ECSFund #barriefilmfestival @CommFdnsCanada @ESDC_GC @BarrieCommunit1 @citybarrie @talkisfreetheatre ... See MoreSee Less
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