$100 Film Festival

The $100 Film Festival is Calgary’s only celluloid-based film festival. When the $100 Film Festival was born in 1992, it showcased eight short films on Super 8. The name sprung from the challenge to shoot a short film on four rolls of Super 8 – which tallied to the cost of $100. In following years, the festival dropped the budgetary limit and allowed 16 mm film, which shifted the focus from low budget to quality small-format films. The festival is now an international celebration of creative story telling on celluloid.

Over the years, the $100 Film Fest has expanded to include the popular Film/Music Explosion!, commission projects, and various partnerships.

The $100 Film Festival is one of only a handful of festivals worldwide that exhibit exclusively on small-format celluloid. We are proud to be among the select few that continue to keep this unique medium alive, and to draw celluloid lovers to Calgary each year.

Persona de contacto: 

Nicola Waugh



#103, 223 12 Ave SW
T2R 0G9   Calgary
Teléfono: 40 205 4747
51° 2' 28.4136" N, 114° 4' 2.154" W