Kinships: Dramatic Shorts
Mâmawi Nikamowak: Bawaadan Collective Shorts
Roots: Animated Shorts
Changing Worlds: Shorts
Games and Rain: Two Docs
Portraits: Short Docs
Femme Bodies: Shorts
Not Monsters: Experimental Shorts
Miijim: Documentaries about Indigenous Foods
Displacement and Resistance: Docs
Land Back: Short Docs
Tupaia's Endeavour & The Pakohe Trail
Home From School
All films will be available on the Asinabka Festival website.
There is a separate ticket for each day of the festival. Each ticket gives you access to watch all the films listed for that day. Films will be available to view online for a 48 hour period of time.
Yes you can still buy tickets to watch films online if you're not in Ottawa, or even in Canada. Please note that some films will have geo-blocking. This means that you will not be able to view them outside of Canada. Geo-blocking for any film will be clearly listed.
Since each day of film will be viewable for 48 hours, ticket sales will close when there is only 4 hours left of viewing available.
There is no festival pass, but feel free to buy a ticket for each day of the festival, that will give you access to see all the films at the festival this year!
Tickets are $10 each + additional fees. Payments can be made by Credit or Debit.
We strive to make Asinabka Festival accessible for everyone, if you find the cost of tickets to be a barrier, please email us and let us know which films you'd like to see, and we'll do our best to accommodate your request.
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