Film Screenings

UPCOMING FILMS

Run Woman Run

November 18, Bauer Theatre

“Save a mile for yourself. Honor your own life.”

Single mother Beck has been running from reality. Herbreakfast of champions is a 5 cream, 5 sugar coffee and donuts. Something has to give and it does when Beck finds herself in a diabetic coma and visited by a ghostly ancestor, the legendary Indigenous marathon runner Tom Longboat, who becomes her wise-cracking new life coach. Told with a lighthearted touch, Run Woman Run is a feel-good anti-rom-com about a woman who has to tackle the ghosts of her past before she can run toward a new future.

Written and directed by Zoe Hopkins
Featuring Dakota Ray Hebert (Beck), Jayli Wolf (Jess), Asivak Koostachin (Tom)

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This film will be booked at full capacity (centre and balcony sections only) with no physical distancing. Masks are strongly encouraged but not mandatory at this time. This policy may be subject to change pending mandates from Nova Scotia Public Health, StFX University, and/or our own internal COVID-19 protocols. By entering our venue, you agree to adhere to all protocols in place and you confirm that you are not required to isolate or avoid public events based on Public Health guidance. Thank you for helping us create a safe and welcoming environment for all.

FAST Films

Festival Antigonish is pleased to offer select film screenings of local productions, documentaries, and cinematic classics. Most recently, we were thrilled to present “Peace By Chocolate”. This film, partially filmed in Nova Scotia (including portions filmed here in Antigonish) celebrates the joruney of the Hadhad family, focusing on Tareq, a charming young Syrian refugee struggles to settle into his new small-town life, caught between following his dream and preserving his family’s legacy..

Festival Antigonish hopes to continue to screen more films in the coming months. Be sure to check back on this page for a schedule of films and how to book your tickets!

Past Films