18th Annual Fairy Tales Film Festival May 20th-28th!
We are officially launched!
Mark your calendars, this year’s festival will take place from May 20th-28th. Join us for nine days of LGBTQA film and events guaranteed to provoke, challenge and entertain. Our programming committee has been hard at work curating important queer films from around the world for our 2016 festival and we couldn’t be more excited to share with you what we have planned! Our full lineup, passes and single tickets are now available!
Share your 2016 Festival experiences using the hashtags #fairytales2016 and #fairytalesturns18
Support Fairy Tales!
Are you interested in doing more to support Fairy Tales and help us continue to thrive in our festival, diversity education and youth mentorship initiatives? It couldn’t be easier with our new text to donate campaign! Donations $25 or more receive a tax receipt.
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2016 Festival Trailer!
Need Even More Reasons To Become a Fairy Tales Pass or Ticket Holder?
As if a full line up of Queer films and events weren’t enough, Fairy Tales ticket and pass holders get sweet discounts at local businesses in The Kensington Neighbourhood during the festival!
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- 10% discount on wine at Vine Styles during the festival with proof of festival pass or ticket purchase.
- Free Signature cocktail at Brasserie Kensington with proof of ticket or pass, when also ordering additional food/drink. Only available in upstairs space and pending restaurant availability (reservations recommended).
- Free corkage at Brasserie Kensington for wine purchased at Vine Styles (with proof of receipt) for Fairy Tales ticket and pass holders. Only available May 20th-28th (excluding Friday and Saturday from 5:30-8:30pm).
- Happy hour prices at Pie Cloud all festival long! Enjoy $4.95 house wine & beer and $4.95 sweet slices of pie with proof of ticket or pass purchase.
- 10% off Flipp’n Burgers with a festival pass or proof of ticket purchased for patrons who attend a film the same day
- Free tea for festival volunteers at Naked Leaf