Climax at the Vic Theatre

From the mind of controversial auteur Gasper Noé (Enter the Void) comes his latest attempt to push the boundaries of cinema. Loosely based on a true story, Climax focuses on a French dance troupe in 1996.

From the mind of controversial auteur Gasper Noé (Enter the Void) comes his latest attempt to push the boundaries of cinema. Loosely based on a true story, Climax focuses on a French dance troupe in 1996. After a gruelling rehearsal period at a secluded boarding school, the dancers decide to unwind with a party on their last night. Things quickly take a turn for the worse when the punch gets spiked with LSD causing tempers and paranoia to explode amongst the company.

Featuring a cast of professional dancers and visionary cinematography, Gasper Noé’s hallucinatory investigation into the rivalries, attractions, and conflicts that form within tribes is one of the most unforgettable cinematic experiences in years.

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Climax at the Vic Theatre

From the mind of controversial auteur Gasper Noé (Enter the Void) comes his latest attempt to push the boundaries of cinema. Loosely based on a true story, Climax focuses on a French dance troupe in 1996.

From the mind of controversial auteur Gasper Noé (Enter the Void) comes his latest attempt to push the boundaries of cinema. Loosely based on a true story, Climax focuses on a French dance troupe in 1996. After a gruelling rehearsal period at a secluded boarding school, the dancers decide to unwind with a party on their last night. Things quickly take a turn for the worse when the punch gets spiked with LSD causing tempers and paranoia to explode amongst the company.

Featuring a cast of professional dancers and visionary cinematography, Gasper Noé’s hallucinatory investigation into the rivalries, attractions, and conflicts that form within tribes is one of the most unforgettable cinematic experiences in years.

Tickets

Climax at the Vic Theatre

From the mind of controversial auteur Gasper Noé (Enter the Void) comes his latest attempt to push the boundaries of cinema. Loosely based on a true story, Climax focuses on a French dance troupe in 1996.

From the mind of controversial auteur Gasper Noé (Enter the Void) comes his latest attempt to push the boundaries of cinema. Loosely based on a true story, Climax focuses on a French dance troupe in 1996. After a gruelling rehearsal period at a secluded boarding school, the dancers decide to unwind with a party on their last night. Things quickly take a turn for the worse when the punch gets spiked with LSD causing tempers and paranoia to explode amongst the company.

Featuring a cast of professional dancers and visionary cinematography, Gasper Noé’s hallucinatory investigation into the rivalries, attractions, and conflicts that form within tribes is one of the most unforgettable cinematic experiences in years.

Tickets

Victoria International Jewish Film Festival

4TH Annual Victoria International Jewish Film Festival To Screen Films from Six Countries.

4TH Annual Victoria International Jewish Film Festival To Screen Films from Six Countries. The fourth annual Victoria International Jewish Film Festival will bring the diverse world of Jewish cinema to the capital city Nov 3-6 at The Vic Theatre, 808 Douglas St.

Of particular note in this year’s Festival is the powerful docu-drama Who Will Write Our History followed by a discussion panel on the theme: The Courage of Remembering , and the Festival’s opening night film, The Cakemaker followed by a reception at the Union Club. Tickets & Festival Passes on sale now!!!

The Vic Theatre
808 Douglas St. Victoria BC V8W 2B6
November 3 – 6, 2018 7:00PM
$13 adult, $10 senior/student, $25 opening night
More info: http://www.vijff.ca

For more information visit vijff.ca

Read more: https://playinvictoria.net/victoria-international-jewish-film-festival/

Victoria International Jewish Film Festival

Victoria International Jewish Film Festival4TH Annual Victoria International Jewish Film Festival To Screen Films from Six Countries. The fourth annual Victoria International Jewish Film Festival will bring the diverse world of Jewish cinema to the capital city Nov 3-6 at The Vic Theatre, 808 Douglas St.

Of particular note in this year’s Festival is the powerful docu-drama Who Will Write Our History followed by a discussion panel on the theme: The Courage of Remembering , and the Festival’s opening night film, The Cakemaker followed by a reception at the Union Club. Tickets & Festival Passes on sale now!!!

The Vic Theatre
808 Douglas St. Victoria BC V8W 2B6
November 3 – 6, 2018 7:00PM
$13 adult, $10 senior/student, $25 opening night
More info: http://www.vijff.ca

For more information visit vijff.ca

The annual Victoria International Jewish Film Festival (VIJFF) — launched in 2015 in Victoria, BC, Canada — aims to enhance our audiences’ enjoyment of films with Jewish themes and related content from around the globe. We celebrate these films as explorations of Jewish culture and as artistic expressions of broadly shared human values.

The Festival’s main objectives are:

  • to exhibit films with Jewish themes which are not readily available at commercial cinemas;
  • to create a sense of community by bringing together film lovers who are interested in, or wish to know more about, Jewish culture;
  • to enhance appreciation of film artistry in a variety of different genres and styles;
  • to provide a venue for independently produced films that explore the complex realities of Jewish cultures, history, religion and identity around the world.

The Victoria International Jewish Film Festival is a project of the Jewish Community Centre of Victoria, British Columbia. The Centre has been providing programs and services in Victoria and throughout Vancouver Island since 1988. The Centre welcomes the community to its 4th Annual Victoria International Jewish Film Festival, to be held November 3 – 6, 2018 at The Vic Theatre on 808 Douglas St.

VIJFF Organizing Committee:

  • Dahlia Beck
  • Lindsay Block-Glass
  • Earl Chochinov
  • Ethel Chochinov
  • Sandra Glass
  • Larry Gontovnick
  • Sydney Kalef
  • Andy Muchin
  • Anne Petrie
  • Ronit Reis
  • Alan Segal
  • Maurice Yacowar

VIJFF Events and Marketing Coordinator: Deborah Bricks

VIJFF Director: Lincoln Z. Shlensky

The Vic Theatre
808 Douglas St. Victoria BC V8W 2B6
November 3 – 6, 2018
7:00PM
$13 adult, $10 senior/student, $25 opening night
More info: http://www.vijff.ca

Movie Night featuring “Ben-Gurion: Epilogue”

The VIJFF is thrilled to announce… planning has begun for the Victoria International Jewish Film Festival – Nov. 3-6, 2018 – and we want to share the fun. Please join us at our not-to-be-missed launch event featuring a special screening of the film… “Ben-Gurion: Epilogue”.

The VIJFF is thrilled to announce… planning has begun for the Victoria International Jewish Film Festival – Nov. 3-6, 2018 – and we want to share the fun.

Please join us at our not-to-be-missed launch event featuring a special screening of the film… “Ben-Gurion: Epilogue”. A new documentary featuring recently discovered interviews with Israel’s founding prime minister, David Ben-Gurion.

“A wistful ode to a lost generation of leaders who viewed simplicity as a virtue even as they strove for giant goals.” —New York Times For more information or to purchase tickets visit – vijff. ca