This year we're trying out a new feature by offering another convenient way to purchase your event tickets by using an online ticketing service called Eventbrite.  The reason we chose Eventbrite is that it offers a secure webservice to process credit card payments for a small fee.  To check it out, you can click on the "Tickets" tab and follow the link, or head to

Don't worry though!  Tickets are still available for purchase in-person from members of the World Community Film Festival organizing committee or at the offices of the Skeena Diversity Society at 4617 Lazelle Avenue in Terrace (beside Northwest Specialty Foods and Wine n' Suds).  Please bring exact change for your ticket purchase.

Anyone who has planned an event in Terrace knows that Terracites are notorious for purchasing their event tickets at the last minute - our film festival venue has limited seating (58 seat capacity), so please consider getting your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.

If the event is a sell-out success, we will consider moving to a larger venue for our 2012 festival, but we certainly like the atmosphere of the Skeena Junior Secondary School Drama Room.  If you haven't been there before, you're in for a treat.  The small venue is well appointed with comfortable theatre seating and a nice, big viewing screen.  They also have their very own old fashioned popcorn maker too!

The 2011 Film Schedule has been finalized and is posted on the "Films and Schedule" tab.  Be sure to check out the movie trailers and note the films that you don't want to miss!
Preparations are underway for Terrace's third annual World Community Film Festival.  The organizing committee is in the final stages of setting the schedule for November's event, and as usual, it's been a difficult task selecting from so many high calibre, independent productions.

Look forward to a line up of positive, uplifting films but also selections of thought-provoking movies that shed light on social justice and environmental issues.

In previous festivals, we noted that after many of the films, festival attendees wanted to discuss the powerful topics of the movies once the credits started to roll.  This year we aim to create a 'coffeehouse' area where people can gather after the film to informally chat and find out more information on the current developments happening on the topics highlighted in the films.

Stay tuned to our blog, website and Twitter feed for more information and updates as we count down to the opening night on Friday November 18!