Special guest juror Lisa Jodoin has selected THE SNOWBALL TREASURY as her top pick this year. In this unique and playful documentary, colourful tales of the Klondike Gold Rush are told by the current residents of Dawson City. Catch the Ontario premiere screening in TRUE STORIES, Sat. July 27th @ 4pm at Arts Court Theatre, co-presented by Carleton University Art Gallery. Director Kara Blake in attendance!
Festival director Christopher Rohde has selected RIPLIST as his top pick this year. RIPLIST follows a group of friends that get together once a year and draft celebrities they think might die. But while playing the game of death, they learn the value of life. Don’t miss the Canadian premiere screening Sat. July 27th @ 10pm at Arts Court Theatre. Director Mike Scholtz and producer Valerie Coit in attendance!
Special guest juror Tyler Byrnes has selected BADAL by Ronak Jafari as his top pick this year. In this eerie and surreal drama, an actress and her double experience a blurring of identities. See the Canadian premiere screening in INTERNATIONAL SELECTIONS at Arts Court Theatre, Sat. July 27th @ 2pm, co-presented by Carleton University Art Gallery. Watch the trailer
Special guest juror Anne Koizumi has selected Ali Aschman’s BODY ECHO as her top pick this year. In this haunting stop-motion animation, a woman discovers her own fractured self in the room next door. See the Canadian premiere screening in LINES DRAWN at Arts Court Theatre on Saturday, July 27th at 6pm.
It’s here! The complete 2019 Mirror Mountain Film Festival lineup and schedule of events has been announced.
Check out this year’s selection of original films from the world’s most unique creative minds. Featuring groundbreaking independent drama, documentary, animation, music video, live performance, interactive media and more!
July 26 – 27 at Arts Court Theatre. Tickets $10 / Passes $25. Advance tickets + passes are available for pre-order now.
Our sincere & heartfelt thanks to all the filmmakers who shared their work with us this year. We’re continually inspired by your creativity, passion & imagination as artists. Submissions are now closed. Final selections will be announced June 27th!
There are just 2 weeks left to submit your film to Mirror Mountain for our 2019 festival! Our team is excited to see your unique, creative and original films. All genres and lengths are welcome. Submit your work before the final deadline on June 7th, and visit our Submissions page for more info.
Visitors traveling to Ottawa for Mirror Mountain Film Festival this July 26 – 27 can get a special discount on accommodations at Les Suites Hotel Ottawa, located across the street from Arts Court! Follow this link and enter the password 200437 to access the preferred rate for Mirror Mountain guests – $179 for a One Bedroom suite (fits up to 4 people, normally $205), or $259 for Two Bedroom Suite (fits up to 6 people, normally $295).
We are thrilled to announce the lineup for the 2019 live music + film performance at Mirror Mountain Film Festival, which will be happening July 26 – 27 at Arts Court Theatre & Studio.
This year’s immersive multi-media extravaganza will be performed by Ottawa post-rock duo Novusolis, with live cinematic visuals created in real time by local media artist VJ Cinetik.
Based in Ottawa-Gatineau, Novusolis (Zachary Perron & Amanda Lowe) have created a new haven of post-rock in the local scene. Zachary steadily builds the music with intricately charming electric guitar live loops, while Amanda’s synth swells and voice sways us into a trance. Together, they are haunting, enchanting, and cinematic.
Novusolis on YouTube
Novusolis on Bandcamp
As VJ Cinetik, Eric Archambault has been creating live visuals for electronic music producers in the Ottawa-Gatineau region since 2015. Trained as an architect and documentary filmmaker, he explores the practice of live cinema using lens-based recordings of urban environments as the foundation for live visual performances. He has performed at local events including the Ottawa Art Gallery’s Opening Gala Dance at Dusk, the Not Normal Experimental / Electronic Nights organized by Low Noise Productions at Black Squirrel Books, La Nuit des Cosmonautes featuring Jeunesse Cosmique at House of Common, and Drone Day at General Assembly. Born in Montreal, he has lived in Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, Detroit, and as far north as Oulu, Finland.
VJ Cinetik on Vimeo
Visit mirrormountainfilmfest.com for updates on our 2019 lineup, schedule of events, ticket information and more coming soon!
We are excited to be working once again with incredibly talented Ottawa photographer Kamara Morozuk, who will be returning to capture the magic at Mirror Mountain Film Festival this July 26 – 27 at Arts Court. Come be a part of her work! 📷