Attention all film buffs!
The annual AGH (Art Gallery of Hamilton) Film Festival is beginning this Friday October 14th and running a full 9 days long until October 23rd! Presented by BMO Financial Group, the 2016 AGH Film Festival features a variety of works that will be showcased in various theatres around the city. Movies range from a variety of genres including dramas, comedies and of course documentaries! Some works include Canadian film Operation Avalanche, Woody Allen’s latest Café Society, Little Men, and many more!
Also, did you know that The Art Gallery of Hamilton was founded way back in 1914? It’s the oldest and largest public art gallery in all of southwestern Ontario and features of 10,000 works of art ranging from historical european art to contemporary art. If you can’t make it to this week’s film festival, definitely be sure to pop by sometime soon anyway!
This week on the MorningFile, we brought in AGH Film Curator, Ryan Ferguson. Ryan told us a bit more about what we can expect from this year’s film festival, how the movies get chosen in the first place, and we even chatted a bit about some of our current movie obsessions. Be sure to check out the full interview below:
For more information on how you can get your tickets to the AGH Film Festival and what time the films will be showcased, be sure to visit: http://www.aghfilmfest.com/index.php