Here's the Full Lineup for the Guelph Film Festival

Here's the Full Lineup for the Guelph Film Festival
Canada's year-round festival calendar continues to expand with the official lineup announcement for the Guelph Film Festival.

As always, the festival inspires audiences to think globally with its programming. Here's an excerpt from the official fest press release:

The festival aims to inspire community engagement and appreciation of the arts by connecting people with stories of global reach and local relevance. The focus on themes of Social Justice, the Environment, and Community Building makes the Guelph Film Festival a unique destination for groundbreaking and hard-hitting films. The festival's commitment to showcasing stories of marginalized people and communities make it an important event for Southern Ontario.

The festival will hit various venues in Guelph from November 2 to 10. Its full lineup is available below, and it's worth noting that Exclaim! is an official sponsor on the screening of The Strange Sound of Happiness.

Feature-length films:

Don't Be Nice (Max Powers, USA)
Royal City Summer 2000, (Bry Webb, CAN)
War and Cheese (Ben Garfield, USA)
The Haircut (Maya Annik Bedward, CAN)
Warrior Women (Christina D. King and Elizabeth A. Castle, USA)
Nuuca (Michelle Latimer, CAN/USA)
Pick of the Litter (Dana Nachman and Don Hardy, USA)
What is Democracy? (Astra Taylor, CAN)
The Silver Branch (Katrina Costello, IRELAND)
United Skates (Yana Winkler and Tina Brown, USA)
Algo Mio – Argentina's Stolen Children (Jenny Hellman and Regina Mennig (GERMANY)
The Strange Sound of Happiness (Diego Pascal Panarello, ITALY/GERMANY) Inventing Tomorrow (Laura Nix, USA)
Anthropocene (Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal, and Nicholas de Pencier, CAN)
Rebels on Pointe (Bobbi Jo Hart, CAN)

Shorts:

Black Sheep (Ed Perkins, UK)
Suzanne Gauthier: One Thing Leads to Another (Ariella Pahlke, CAN) Salaam B'y (Amar Wala, CAN)
Beauty (Christina Willings, CAN)
Why I'm Here (Joao Franca, CAN)
Prince's Tale (Jaime Miller, CAN)
Coe Hill (Matt Greyson and Adam Crosby, CAN)
The Song and the Sorrow (Millefiore Clarkes, CAN)
Shift (Kely Milner, CAN)
Three Thousand (Asinnajaq, CAN)
Turning Tables (Chrisann Hessing, CAN)
Holy Angels (Jay Cardinal Villeneuve, CAN)
dukwibəәɫ swatixwtəәd (Changer's Land) (Tracy Rector, USA)