Gringa by EJ Foerster and Marny Eng and starring Steve Zahn has been voted the Audience Award winner of the 2022 Whistler Film Festival.
Whistler Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Whistler Film Festival
WHERE: Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
“Canada’s Coolest Festival”, the Whistler Film Festival, combines an esteemed international film competition with a concentrated industry summit organized to address the ever-changing landscape of film and media creation. Tailored to fit the moment, the festival includes in-theatre and online screenings, red carpets, talent talks and special events. Industry initiatives include a Content Summit featuring interactive sessions and networking meetings, to provide filmmakers new opportunities to connect around the globe.
Coyote directed by Katherine Jerkovic took the Borsos Award for Best Canadian Feature at the 22nd edition of Whistler Film Festival.
Opening the 2022 Whistler Film Festival is White Noise, Noah Baumbach’s sly parody of an ideal American nuclear family under threat.
Drinkwater, Stephen Campanelli’s funny British Columbia set coming-of-age story, is the winner of 2021 Whistler Film Festival Audience Award.
Cinema Of Sleep directed by Jeffrey St. Jules won the Borsos Award for Best Canadian Feature at the 21st edition of Whistler Film Festiva
Nouveau Québec directed by Sarah Fortin wins this year’s AWFJ EDA Award for Best Female-Directed Feature.
Whistler Film Festival 2021 announced the full film lineup of 81 epic, bold and inspiring films, opening with Maggie Gyllenhaal’s The Lost Daughter.
“We’re excited to connect our audiences with the energy and vitality of independent film.” – says Angela Heck, Whistler Film Festival Executive Director.
The Paper Man, an affectionate look at Claude Lafortune, Quebec’s own version of Mr. Rogers, wins 2020 Whistler Film Festival Audience Award.
Little Orphans directed by Ruth Lawrence wins the Borsos Award for Best Canadian Feature at the 2020 Whistler Film Festival.
Whistler Film Festival 2020 will honor Colm Feore, Kelly McCormack, Gabriel Byrne, Rémy Girard and Tzi Ma with awards.
Due to the rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in British Columbia, the 2020 Whistler Film Festival will now take place entirely online.