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Film Festival

The mandate of a film festival is usually very simple: present the best films available to a varied audience. But the annual Marda Loop Festival is more than just film. Screenings includes post-show discussions with local and international artists and experts, and opportunities to interact and connect with community, no matter how you define it.

 
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NGO Village


Our NGO Village is where you can meet representatives from local non-profit groups, learn about their missions and volunteer opportunities, and buy crafts and fair trade items. Below are a smattering of past participants.

 

Altamas for Peace and Development

DIG-Doing It Green Calgary

Falun Dafa Association of Calgary

 

Project Ploughshares

Recycling Council of Alberta

Southern Alberta Organ and Tissue Donation Program

 

Sonshine Community Services

Ten Thousand Villages

Ujaama Grandmas

 

United Nations Association in Canada - Calgary Branch

Action for Agriculture

Advocacy for Animal Welfare and the Environment

 

African Children's Choir

AirTerra

Amnesty International Canada

 

Better Business Bureau

CAWST

Eagle Creek Farms

 

Fair Trade Calgary

Fig Tree Foundation

Light Up The World

 

Mennonite Central Committee

Place2Give

Rocky Mountain Civil Liberties Association


Our Venues


Our screenings are held in four venues in Calgary. All venues are accessible.

 
 

JOHN DUTTON THEATRE, 
CALGARY PUBLIC LIBRARY

616 Macleod Trail SE, Calgary 

 

STEPHEN LEACOCK THEATRE,
MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY

4825 Mount Royal Gate SW, Calgary

 

RIVER PARK CHURCH AUDITORIUM

3818- 14A St. SW, Calgary

 

GLOBE CINEMA

617 8 Avenue SW, Calgary 


Sponsors



Still have Questions?


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