The Vic Theatre in Victoria, BC

  • MUG!
    MUG!
  • The Steps
    The Steps
  • The Meddler
    The Meddler
  • Mia Madre
    Mia Madre
  • The First Monday in May
    The First Monday in May
  • The Witness
    The Witness
  • Viva
    Viva
  • De Palma
    De Palma
  • The Man Who Knew Infinity
    The Man Who Knew Infinity
  • Love & Friendship
    Love & Friendship

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The Steps

The Steps

  • Jul 01, 2016 until Jul 03, 2016
  • Showtime:
    Friday July 1 at 7pm,
    Saturday July 2 at 4pm,
    Sunday July 3 at 7pm

     Best of the Fest!

     

    Director Andrew Currie will be on hand Friday, July 1 for a Q&A!

      

    Victoria native Andrew Currie’s film examines the intricacies of family dynamics with his usual mix of drama and laughs. When Jeff (Jason Ritter) and Marla (Emmanuelle Chriqui) receive an invitation from their dad (James Brolin) to spend the weekend with his new wife and her kids, they are hesitant but need a chance to escape the city. What follows is a clashing between the two families, a drink-infused weekend, an arrest, and all-out war in this broad comedy.

     

    19+ Event

    The Meddler

    The Meddler

  • Jul 01, 2016 until Jul 07, 2016
  • Showtime:
    Friday July 1 at 4pm,
    Saturday July 2 at 7pm,
    Sunday July 3 at 4pm,
    Monday July 4 — Thursday July 7 at 7pm

     

    Susan Sarandon gives one of her best performances in years as lonely widower Marnie, who relocates to Los Angeles to be closer to her daughter (Rose Byrne). While adjusting to her new life as a single woman, Marnie’s mothering touch kicks into high gear, which starts to smother Lori. A film for parents and adult children, this cast and topic will make you reevaluate your relationship with your parents.

     

    19+ Event

    Mia Madre

    Mia Madre

  • Jul 08, 2016 until Jul 11, 2016
  • Showtime:
    Friday July 8 at 7pm,
    No show July 9
    Sunday July 10 at 4pm,
    Monday July 11 at 9pm

    Victoria Premiere!

      

    Margherita is a filmmaker working on a film with a difficult American-Italian actor (John Turturro). On top of that, there’s her boyfriend, an actor in the film, who she’s broken up with, her ex-husband all while dealing with the illness of her mother. This award-winning Italian film reflects on the roles we fill and the roles we are given, both in a family and externally.

     

    UNRATED, therefore Membership Required • 19+ Event

    The First Monday in May

    The First Monday in May

  • Jul 08, 2016 until Jul 14, 2016
  • Showtime:
    Friday July 8 at 4pm,
    No show Saturday July 9,
    Sunday July 10 — Thursday July 14 at 7pm

    Victoria Premiere!

     

    Documentary filmmaker Andrew Rossi gives unprecedented access to the collision of high fashion and celebrity at the Met Gala with Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour at the head of one of the biggest fashion events of the year. This film examines the overlap between art and fashion while following the creation of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s most attended fashion exhibition in history, “China: Through the Looking Glass”. Does art influence fashion or vice versa?

     

    19+ Event

    The Witness

    The Witness

  • Jul 15, 2016 until Jul 17, 2016
  • Showtime:
    Friday July 15 at 9pm,
    Saturday July 16 at 4pm,
    Sunday July 17 at 7pm

    Victoria Premiere!

      

    Kitty Genovese is a name known from the New York Times front page. On March 13, 1964, Genovese was murdered on her way home in Queens, NY. What the New York Times reported was that 38 witnesses stood by while she was murdered and took no action. Decades later, her brother looks for answers among the survivors and what really happened to his sister. Take a look into the case that started the concept of urban apathy, the heartlessness of New York City and the long term affects of violent crimes.

     
    UNRATED, therefore Membership Required19+ Event

    Viva

    Viva

  • Jul 15, 2016 until Jul 21, 2016
  • Showtime:
    Friday July 15 at 4pm,
    Saturday July 16 at 7pm,
    Sunday July 17 at 4pm,
    Monday July 18 — Thursday July 21 at 7pm

    Victoria Premiere!

     

    Making the shortlist for Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards, this drama set in Havana allows a glimpse into the drag scene through the eyes of Jesus. Working as a hairdresser in a nightclub focusing on drag performances, his life suddenly goes awry with the reappearance of his father who disapproves of his son’s lifestyle. This coming of age film is set on the vibrant backdrop of Havana and gives a peek into a country and culture not regularly caught on film.

     

    19+ Event

    De Palma

    De Palma

  • Jul 22, 2016 until Jul 24, 2016
  • Showtime:
    Friday July 22 at 7pm,
    Saturday July 23 at 4pm,
    Sunday July 24 at 7pm

    Victoria Premiere!

     

    One of the most iconic and influential directors of the 20th Century, Brian De Palma’s career has spanned 50 years and included classics such as Carrie, Scarface, Carlito’s Way, and Mission: Impossible. This documentary from Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow serves as a masterclass with De Palma and a director’s analysis of his wide retrospective from the past half century. For film novices and fanatics alike, this film peers into the mind of the filmmaker and lets you immerse yourself in De Palma.

     

    19+ Event