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Every year VIFF juries and audiences award a number of outstanding films and filmmakers. Please find below a list of our 2011 award-winners. Check back for a list of 2012 awards categories later this summer.

Juried Awards 2011

Shaw Media Award  for Best Canadian Feature Film ($20,000 prize) -  Nuit #1, directed byAnne Émond (Canada/Québec)

Honourable Mention for Canadian Feature Film - Wetlands, directed by Guy Édoin (Canada/Québec)


Planning a trip to Vancouver?

As one of the world's most beautiful cities, Vancouver has a lot to offer. Between screenings you'll want to check out the great restaurants and attractions. We'll understand if you choose to take a few hours away from the cinema to experience some of the city's stunning beaches and parks.


The 33st annual Vancouver International Film Festival will take place: 
Thursday, September 25th to Friday, October 10, 2014.

With 142,000 admissions, the Vancouver International Film Festival offers exceptional opportunity to interact with young, single, well-educated, affluent urban professionals.The 16-day festival shows some 380 films from 80 countries on 10 theatre screens in downtown Vancouver.

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