It is a nine-day film celebration in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, facilitated at Landmark Cinemas at Edmonton City Center. It started in 1986 as 'Nearby Heroes' a little 3-day film celebration in March. After some time the celebration developed in size and extension. In 2003 the celebration was moved to September, extended to 9-days, and renamed the Edmonton International Film Festival.
Their timetable normally has around 50 full-length shows and documentaries and in excess of 100 short movies customized into bundles that incorporate Subway Lunchbox Shorts. For the 2010 celebration, coordinators are anticipating 55 full length and 100 short movies. They will all appear at the Empire Theaters in the Edmonton City Centre. The Edmonton International Film Festival EIFF is a genuinely exceptional celebration that champions the strong and difficulties the norm. It is equivalent amounts of imaginative, requesting, celebratory, segregating and, at last, only one serious part of the fun.