CineVic president Darlene Tait is featured in an article in the Dec 2019 / Jan 2020 issue of Douglas Magazine, about the rapidly growing film scene in Victoria BC: The Victoria Film Industry is Gaining Traction
Another banner year for the Short Circuit Film Festival has come and gone. We welcomed more than 20 local and visiting filmmakers attending from near and far, and garnered our largest audiences yet with a capacity crowd of over 200 for the Local Films program. And now (drum roll please) your 2019 Short Circuit and CINE⚡️SPARK…
The latest addition to our roster of professional-grade cinema cameras. In 2012 CineVic was an early adopter of 4K filmmaking with our RED Scarlet camera. In 2019 we’re taking things to the next level, bringing new 5K capability to filmmakers and media artists on Vancouver Island.
Thank you to everyone that came out to our SOLD OUT Film Festivus show at The Mint on Dec. 1! We resurrected films from Festivus’ past, while host Jennifer Elle Cannon and comedians Curran Dobbs, Piper Gordon, and Evan Mumford brought the laughs — definitely a night to remember.
Thank you to Josef Jacobsen at the Nanaimo News Bulletin for writing a feature on our Short Circuit: #PNW Tour! Read the full article, here.
That’s right, CineVic’s Short Circuit Film Festival is going on tour! This first-ever tour showcases a diversity of artists with nine exceptional short films that highlight regional intersections between land, air, water, and people. Read the entire film line-up, and find out if Short Circuit: #PNW Tour is coming to your city, at shortcircuitfilmfestival.com.
It’s a wrap! At last, we can finally say that our first ever Shock Therapy: Short Canadian Horror Films screening event was a big success. Based on feedback, it sounds like audience members and attending filmmakers alike all had a bloody good time. 😉
Shock Therapy: Short Canadian Horror’s full line-up is available here!