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Windsor International Film Festival Announces Full Lineup

Thursday October 6th, 2022, 11:02am


The Windsor International Film Festival (WIFF)announced the full lineup Thursday morning for this year’s Festival, taking place from October 27th to November 6th.

After a two-year hiatus, WIFF is back and bigger than ever, with a slate of 177 feature films from 32 countries and more than 300 screenings. For the first time, WIFF will be running for a full eleven days, allowing for an increase in programming and special events. For the complete lineup, visit the WIFF website.

“Going into our 18th festival, we are so proud to be presenting such a high caliber selection of films to our audience,” says Vincent Georgie, Executive Director and Chief Programmer of WIFF. “In addition to bringing some of the biggest films of 2022 to our audiences, we are delighted to be highlighting some fan favourites alongside some incredible international and Canadian discoveries.”

The opening weekend of the Festival will focus on the WIFF Prize in Canadian Film. The nominees for the prize were announced earlier this Fall at the annual WIFF at TIFF party. Over the opening weekend, all ten nominees will be shown twice, and the winner will be announced on Sunday, October 30th, 2022. The nominees include Clement Virgo’s Brother, Jason Loftus’ Eternal Spring, Charlotte Le Bon’s Falcon Lake, Chandler Levack’s I Like Movies, Maxime Giroux’s Norbourg, Carly Stone’s North of Normal, Anthony Shim’s Riceboy Sleeps, Luis De Filippis’ Something You Said Last Night, Lindsay MacKay’s The Swearing Jar and Nisha Pahuja’s To Kill A Tiger.

Tickets and full listings are available online now at

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