Second IndieFest comes to Kelowna

The Okanagan Society of Independent Filmmaking is proud to announce its second annual IndieFest – short film, short doc and music video festival.

The festival showcases local Okanagan filmmaking and acting talent.

“There will be over a dozen short films, docs, and music videos to be screened at this event. Please come enjoy a night of glitz and glamour at our second red carpet event in the Okanagan,’ said OSIF president Marc Nadeau. “We’ve had amazing community support and last year was a hit so this year we’re going to show even more local films.”

“Film is an important part of our vibrant arts community in the Okanagan and IndieFest is a great way to showcase the talents of our local filmmakers,” said Kelowna Coun. Ryan Donn.

IndieFest is comprised of locally made short films, documentaries and music videos. There will be prizes for best film, Best documentary, music video, and more.

The red carpet event will take place on Thursday, April 13 at the Rotary Center for the Arts. Doors open at 6 p.m. with the event at 7 p.m.

Earlybird tickets can be purchasing for the centre box office for $15 or online for $16. At the door tickets are $20.


The Trouble with Destiny, by Deb Green and Paul Klyne

CopyKat, by Jim Henry

Reproductive Cycles, by John Gardiner and Rich Travale

MEDIC, by Adam Lolacher

False Friends, by Vince Eger

Late Harvest, by Natasha Howes and Benjamin Musgrave

FAKE, by Zan Klein and Sarah Closson

Welcome to Vernon, by David Greene and Derek Rush

Between Rock Creek and a Hard Place, by Wendy Ord and Glen Samuel


My Kind of Karma – Zelda Fitzgerald, by Chelsea McEvoy

D Double E – Survivor, by Dustin Jeffrey

Tiger Moon – Tennessee, by Chelsea McEvoy

The Boom Booms – Satisfied, by The Film Factory

The Bonsais – Round 11, by Koltyn Gaboury

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