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Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival Returns with In-Person Event [Line Up]

By Marina Antunes [11.09.20]


Just when you thought that film festivals in North America would be mostly relegated to online screenings, in comes the annual Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival.


In its 11th year, the annual festival will run a theatrical-only experience at their long-time home the Broadway Theatre, from November 23 to 28.


During those six days, fans will have the opportunity to take in some of the best genre titles of the year including screenings of Uncle Peckerhead (review), Zoé Wittock's Jumbo, Noah Hutton's outstanding Lapsis (review), Lawrence Michael Levine's excellent Black Bear and one of my favourite films of the year, Madeleine Sims-Fewer and Dusty Mancinelli's Violation (interview).



To keep with health and safety regulations and ensure that everyone is safe, a limited number of tickets and passes will be sold to this year's event so you don't want to delay if you plan on attending.


For a full line-up and pass information, visit the SFFF website.


  • Wumpus (3 weeks ago)

    Saskatchewan's case count has been low (4x lower than Wyoming, despite having 2x the population) but COVID is spiking there just like everywhere else. Is this a good idea?
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