Next Series Film List
Posted 1158 days ago

The next series of films presented by the Kelowna Film Society has tentatively been scheduled to begin Wednesday September 3rd, 2014.

Film details and dates will be announced as soon as availability can…

Next Series List – Coming Soon.

Welcome to the Kelowna Film Society’s Home Page

Thanks to all Kelowna film fans for your support over the past years, and welcome!

All films are at the Orchard Plaza Cinema 7:00 p.m. on Wednesdays. Our Spring 2014 Brochure is now available online.

Admission is $7.00. Multiple show passes are available at the door. For information about ticket purchase, please visit our Tickets page.

Please feel free to contact us if you are interested in helping out or have any concerns or questions.
Be sure to join our email list so you will receive schedules and news of the society.

We wish to express our appreciation for the ongoing assistance of the Film Circuit organization.
We are very pleased to have been mentioned in the Summer 2011 TIFF/Film Circuit Newsletter, following a visit to this area by Ryan Redford (Oliver Sherman) and TIFF Coordinator Ming-Jenn Lim.

Camera Package for Rent
Thanks to our loyal members and ardent film-lovers, KFS is pleased to provide a state-of-the-art professional camera equipment package to Okanagan Film & Video Professionals and Artists at a fraction of the cost. Click here for more information.

See the camera in action.

Special Needs?
Four seats are available every showing for wheelchair audience and their companions. Contact us to confirm availability.

Scholarship or Bursary support for students and/or film projects.

The Kelowna Film Society is pleased to offer scholarships or bursaries each year in support of students in film programs. Similar support may also be available for local film projects.

Thanks to the steady audience attendance, the Society is able to aid budding film students and local filmmakers with substantial scholarships and grants. Total funds awarded by the Kelowna Film Society for 2013 is $5400.00.  At the committee’s discretion, applicants may be awarded use of the KFS camera in addition to, or in lieu of, financial assistance. This year (2013) students Ryan Ermacora, Riley Patten and Mats Schram have been awarded scholarships to assist with their post-secondary studies in institutions as varied as Simon Fraser University, SAIT Polytechnic and the Emily Carr University of Art & Design. The Society is also pleased to support local film projects by Kelly Veltri, Ryan Telbutt, Anne Marie Nedelec, and Kiano Zamani.

Click here for more information.