The Gimli Film Festival is a Canadian global film celebration, held yearly in Gimli, Manitoba. It is Manitoba's biggest film celebration, displaying a blend of account, narrative and exploratory component movies and short movies. In 2019, the celebration will occur July 24 - July 29. The Gimli Film Festival started in 2001 in Gimli, Manitoba, only one hour north of Winnipeg. The celebration happens every year on the most recent few days of July and has developed to incorporate five indoor scenes, industry workshops, and occasions, a yearly $10,000 rising movie producer pitch rivalry, a 48 Hour Filmmaking Challenge, and an assortment of honors and gatherings.
The celebration is likewise known for its free open-air shoreline film screenings, where films are anticipated on an 11-meter-tall screen raised every year in the waters of Lake Winnipeg. The Festival was established to a limited extent by previous Senator Janis Johnson. The Gimli Film Festival is broadly perceived as the best film celebration in Manitoba. In the course of the most recent seventeen years, our gathering of people, patrons, and accomplices have bolstered and molded the celebration into what it is today. You can come here with your family and friends.