Victoria Film Festival | VIC Films


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Advance tickets are available online for all shows.

Tickets may also be purchased in person at the Vic Box Office
30 min prior to screenings.

There is no advance seat selection available.



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Six Minutes to Midnight

Director: Andy Goddard

Length: 99 min

Playing July 22, 24, 26 & 29

Based on true events from 1939, the film follows teacher Thomas Miller (Izzard) who has taken a last minute and controversial role teaching English to the daughters of high-ranking Nazis at the Augusta- Victoria College, Bexhill-on-Sea – a finishing school on the south coast of England. Under the watchful eye of their headmistress Miss Rocholl (Dench), and her devout assistant Ilse Keller (Juri), the girls practice their English and learn how to represent the ideal of German womanhood.


Director: Victor Kossakovsky

Length: 93 min

Playing July 22, 23, 25, 27 & 28

Experiential cinema in its purest form, GUNDA chronicles the unfiltered lives of a mother pig, a flock of chickens, and a herd of cows with masterful intimacy. Using stark, transcendent black and white cinematography and the farm’s ambient soundtrack, Master director Victor Kossakowsky invites the audience to slow down and experience life as his subjects do, taking in their world with a magical patience and an other worldly perspective. GUNDA asks us to meditate on the mystery of animal consciousness, and reckon with the role humanity plays in it. Executive produced by Joaquin Phoenix.


Director: Chloé Zhao

Length: 110 min

PLaying July 23 to 29

Following the economic collapse of a company town in rural Nevada, Fern (Frances McDormand) packs her van and sets off on the road exploring a life outside of conventional society as a modern-day nomad. The third feature film from director Chloé Zhao, NOMADLAND features real nomads Linda May, Swankie and Bob Wells as Fern’s mentors and comrades in her exploration through the vast landscape of the American West.

Cary Cary Cary

Saturdays at 2pm

To Catch A Thief

Director: Alfred Hitchcock

Length: 106 min

Notorious cat burglar John Robie (Cary Grant) has long since retired to tend vineyards on the French Riviera. When a series of robberies is committed in his style, John must clear his name. Armed with a list of people who own the most expensive jewels currently in the area, John begins following the first owner, young Francie (Grace Kelly). When her jewels are stolen, Francie suspects John, destroying their tentative romance. John goes on the lam to catch the thief and clear his own name.

Arsenic and Old Lace

Director: Frank Capra

Length: 1118 min

Mortimer Brewster (Cary Grant) is a newspaperman and author known for his diatribes against marriage. We watch him being married at city hall in the opening scene. Now all that is required is a quick trip home to tell Mortimer’s two maiden aunts. While trying to break the news, he finds out his aunts’ hobby; killing lonely old men and burying them in the cellar. It gets worse.

All screenings are 19+ | A $2 annual membership is required if the film is unrated. The film description will say, ” Membership Required”.

Memberships  can be bought at the door or online.

Advance tickets are only available online. Door sales and memberships are available 30 minutes before showtime.

Service fees will be added to the transaction at checkout 

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