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calgary film

Q+A: Calgary actress Erin Carter talks silver screen success

By BRIAN FRENCH

When kids dream of being a movie star, they usually have no idea how much hard work and sacrifice it will take to realize their dream. Like becoming a fireman or an astronaut, such dreams usually fade with adolescence, giving way to more conventional career goals. For Calgary’s Erin Carter, the ambition never faded, the hard work and sacrifice endured, and the dream was realized.

After graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles, and studying at the Canadian Film Centre’s prestigious Actors Conservatory, Erin has begun making quite a name for herself in the film industry as an actor, as a writer, and as a producer. Erin was in Calgary recently promoting her newest feature film, Suck It Up—set in Calgary and Invermere—which premiered at the closing gala of the 2017 Calgary International Film Festival. We had a chance to catch up with Erin and ask a few questions. (more…)

6 holiday films screening in Calgary

By SILVIA PIKAL and MICHAELA RITCHIE

There are many classic festive flicks screening in Calgary until Christmas, and some are free! Check out our list of movies, all of which have been previously viewed and loved by us in the past and are often part of our holiday season traditions. (more…)

18th Calgary International Film Festival Hits the Silver Screen

By RACHAEL FREY

Tickets for the Calgary International Film Festival don’t last long—grab them while you can! (Photo courtesy of the Calgary International Film Festival)

Ready the popcorn, extra butter please! The Calgary International Film Festival is hitting theatres in 2017 from September 20 to October 1. Over the past 18 years the festival has grown steadily, proving that Calgarians really love their cinema — last year the festival hit a record attendance of 36,700 film-goers eager to watch 200 multi-genre feature and short films from more than 40 countries. (more…)