Curtain is closing on the most successful Canada Film Days. Record crowds. Sold out shows. ONE NIGHT LEFT!

Waterloo – Only one night left to be a part of the most successful Canada Film Days festival. This is the 8th year of the festival showcasing Canadian feature films.

Canada Film Days attracted nearly 1000 people over the past seven days to Uptown Waterloo’s Princess Cinema. It has seen record crowds since the event started eight years ago!

“When I am on stage announcing the films and talking about the festival, audiences cheer and shout out ' we love it,” Princess Cinemas owner John Tutt explains. “Canadian audiences are fiercely loyal and interested in Canadian cinema.”

Two of the many highlights in this year's festival have been Bruce McDonald's 'The Husband' and Don McKellar's 'The Grand Seduction,' which had three capacity crowds loving its humour and charm..

Great partnerships have been vital, with CIGI presenting Arctic Defenders, and a special fundraiser for 10,000 Trees showcasing a series of short animated films by Canadian legend Frederic Back.

Feel like you missed out? There are still two Canadian films left!

 Thom Ernst will introduce both closing films tonight and host post-screening Q & A's with 'Algonquin' Director Jonathan Hayes and 'Super Duper Alice Cooper’s Director/Editor Reginald Harkema. After, there will be a Closing Night party at Ethel's Lounge!

Upcoming films:

May 8, 2014 - 7:00PM Algonquin

May 8, 2014 - 9:20PM Super Duper Alice Cooper


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