CORNWALL, Ontario – The thirteenth Aultsville Filmfest took place from Jan. 25 to 27 and began with a reception with special guest speaker Filmmaker Eric Ruel of Productionsdelaruelle.com.
“We have a real collection, a real variety this year,” said organizer Melanie Baker-Brown in a previous interview with Seaway News. “A film festival is important because we do a collection of independent, foreign films and it’s a way to share stories around the world. We open our hearts and minds to different cultures and different situations.”
Aultsville Theatre General Manager Janet Martel said there was something for everyone at Filmfest.
“You don’t have to be a die hard film enthusiast to enjoy the filmfest,” said Martel. “Just come, get out of the cold, enjoy a screening.”
Tickets are available online and at the Cornwall Civic Complex box office. Weekend passes cost $130 each and include access to each screening, as well as food and beverages during social breaks. Individual screening tickets are also available for $15 and $10 for students.
For more information and film schedules, visit www.aultsvilletheatre.com.