From Sept. 23 - Oct. 4 join us for the 16th Annual Calgary International Film Festival
The Calgary International Film Festival is a 12-day showcase of over 200 multi-genre films from Canada and over 40 other countries. Hosting gala events, screenings, award ceremonies and special presentations, CIFF changes the way visual stories are shared and experienced. The 16th annual Calgary International Film Festival will run from Sept. 23 to Oct. 4, 2015. Tickets for the 2015 festival will go on sale summer 2015.
- 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.
- 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. Note that Eau Claire Market underground parking is now $3.25, credit only.
- 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.
Ticket & Box Office Information
General Admission: $15.00
Student and Senior: $13.00 (With valid ID, seniors 65+)
Cineplex Odeon Eau Claire Cinemas: 200 Barclay Parade SW
The Globe Cinema: 617 8 Avenue SW
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT BOXOFFICE@CALGARYFILM.COM OR 403.283.1490
With a ticket, seating is guaranteed up to 15 minutes before the start of the film. There will be no entry 15 minutes after show time.
No refunds or exchanges for any tickets. Times and locations are subject to change.
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.
While there is no consistent train travel into Calgary, various independent tour providers run specialty train service between Canada’s biggest cities and Calgary. Click here for more information about Visiting the City of Calgary.
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.