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The 2014 Calgary International Film Festival runs September 18-28

Getting Around

By Transit

  • Eau Claire Market: Riding either the Blue (69th Street/Saddletowne) or Red (Crowfoot/Somerset-Bridlewood) lines, CTrain passengers can access the Eau Claire Market by getting off at the 3rd or 4th Street stations. Eau Claire is a 10-minute walk north, along 2nd Street.
  • Globe Cinema: Riding either the Blue (69th Street/Saddletowne) or Red (Crowfoot/Somerset-Bridlewood) lines, CTrain passengers can access the Globe Cinema by getting off at the 7th Street station. The Cinema is a 4-minute walk south.
  • The Southern Jubilee Auditorium: Riding the Red (Crowfoot/Somerset-Bridlewood) line, CTrain passengers can access The Jubilee by getting off at the SAIT/ACAD/Jubilee Station. The Jubilee is a 2-minute walk SW from the station. 
  • Theatre Junction Grand: Riding either the Blue (69th Street/Saddletowne) or Red (Crowfoot/Somerset-Bridlewood) lines, CTrain passengers can access Theatre Junction Grand by getting off at the 1st or 3rd Street stations. Theatre Junction Grand is a 30 second to two minute walk north, along 1st Street.

By Car

  • Eau Claire Market is located on the corner of 2nd Avenue and 2nd Street SW.
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  • The Globe Cinema is located on 8th Avenue SW, between 5th and 6th Street.
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  • The Southern Jubilee Auditorium is located on 1415 14 Ave NW, beside ACAD.
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  • The Theatre Junction Grand is located on 606 1st Street SW, kitty corner from The Bay. 
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PParking

  • Eau Claire Market provides plenty of above and below ground parking. Affordable evening and weekend rates start at 5 p.m. Street parking is also available around the market.
  • Street parking is available outside the Globe Cinema, and is free after 6 p.m. every day, and all day on Sundays. The city provides various parking lots throughout the downtown core, with evening rates beginning at 4 p.m.
  • The Southern Jubilee Auditorium provides generous parking in their outdoor lot. If full however spots can also be found in SAIT or ACAD lots. 
  • Street parking is available near Theatre Junction Grand, and is free after 6 p.m. every day, and all day on Sundays. The city provides various parking lots throughout the downtown core, with evening rates beginning at 4 p.m.

Ticket & Box Office Information

Tickets 

Single Regular:  $15.00 

Student and Senior:  $13.00 * (With valid ID, seniors 65+)

Galas: $35

Group Rates (11 or more): $13.00*

*Contact boxoffice@calgaryfilm.com

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Doc Soup Series: Off-Season Programming

Nov 2014 - April 2015. Subscritpion $68.  

Click here for details

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Festival Box Office - Eau Claire Market 

200 Barclay Parade SW - Main Floor 

Hours of Operation 

September 2nd - Online Ticket Sales Begin 

September 8th-17th 

Monday - Friday: 11:30am-6:30pm

Saturday - Sunday: 12:00 noon-5:00pm

September 18th - Closed for Opening Gala 

September 19th-28th 

Monday - Sunday: 11:00am-10:00pm

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Theatres 

Cineplex Odeon Eau Claire Cinemas: 200 Barclay Parade SW

The Globe Cinema617 8 Avenue SW

The Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium1415 14 Ave NW

Theatre Junction Grand - Flanagan Theatre: 608 1 St SW

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FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT BOXOFFICE@CALGARYFILM.COM OR 403.283.1490

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Getting Here

By Air

All flights to Calgary arrive at the Calgary International Airport. Upon arrival, many hotels provide shuttle services between the downtown core and airport. There are also options to hire a taxi, limo or purchase a ticket on a private shuttle service.

By Rail

While there is no consistent train travel into Calgary, various independent tour providers run specialty train service between Canada’s biggest cities and Calgary.

By Car

Attendees arriving by car will take either the Queen Elizabeth II highway (running north to south), or the Trans-Canada highway (running east to west). Calgary is a three-hour drive from the Montana border, and about 3 hours south of Edmonton.