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April 5 -7, 2019

Don’t miss QUEEN’S FILM & MEDIA’s 50th ANNIVERSARY

Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts

Kingston, Ontario

REGISTER NOW!

 

Events:

Friday, April 5th:

Wine & Cheese and Grad Premiere Party 6-9pm,  Isabel Lobby

Saturday, April 6th:

*Complimentary guided tours of the Kingston Penitentiary 10-11:30

(Registration Required / Limited Space) 

 Isabel Tours 12-1

“Outspoken Voices from the Student Archive” by Clarke Mackey, 1-2:30, The Isabel, Room 222

“Gimme Five: Short Videos from FILM 250” by Derek Redmond 2:30-4, The Isabel, Room 222

Anniversary Gala Reception and Banquet,  Malting Tower, Tett Centre 6:30 -9:30

Sunday, April 7th:

Brunch,  Isabel Lobby 10-12

*Complimentary guided tours of the Kingston Penitentiary 12-1:30

(Registration Required / Limited Space) 

 

* The Kingston Film Office is offering registered Queen’s Film and Media Anniversary guests complimentary guided tours of the Kingston Penitentiary.  (Tickets usually cost $35.) Over the weekend, two time slots for 90-minute tours are available for up to 30 guests each, on a first-come-first served basis: Saturday, the 6th of April, at 10:00 am (before Anniversary events at the Isabel Bader Centre), and Sunday, the 7th of April, at 12:00 noon (after the Anniversary brunch, on your way home).

If you’ve already registered for Anniversary events, just RSVP to Denise Arsenault, at arsenaud@queensu.ca, indicating your preferred date and time for the Penitentiary tour.

 

P.S. If you’re a Studio Q/QTV alum, there’s a reunion event on the Saturday evening, after the Film and Media Anniversary dinner.  Details and registration info are online.

 

Film & Media has secured discounted bookings for local hotels for the event. Please visit the link below to book:

https://www.visitkingston.ca/packages/queens-film-media-50th-anniversary/ 


 

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