Victoria Film Festival | VIC Films


Welcome back!

Following Provincial Health Orders, masks are required in the theatre, except when eating and drinking

The BC Vaccine Card and a photo ID is required to access the Vic Theatre


Advance tickets are available online for all shows.
All Screenings are 19+ 

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

There is no advance seat selection available.


The Rocky Horror Picture Show

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Let’s do the Time Warp… Again!

Playing October 22, 29, 30 & 31

Join us for one of the most notorious cult-movie experiences you can possibly have in a darkened theatre!


For over four decades, THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW has been giving absolute pleasure to adoring audiences spaced out on sensations like they’re under sedation. See it the way it was meant to be seen – on the big screen, in the dark. Whether you’re a Virgin or a veteran, you’ll have a blast!


These screenings are going to be awesome with the help of our fantastic host, who will be guiding all the Virgins and veterans, through all the do’s-and-dont’s of this experiential show.


As always, costumes are highly encouraged, we’ll have prizes to be won!!
We’ll also have fun prop bags for sale at the concession!

Best Sellers

Director: Lina Roessler

Length: 100 min

Playing October 14, 18 & 21

Lucy Stanbridge has inherited her father’s publishing house, but the ambitious would-be editor has nearly sunk it with failing titles. She discovers she is owed a book by Harris Shaw, a reclusive, cantankerous, booze-addled author who originally put the company on the map decades earlier. In a last-ditch effort to save it, Lucy and Harris release his new book and embark on a tour from hell that changes them both in ways they didn’t expect.

On Broadway

Director: Oren Jacoby

Length: 85 min

Playing October 13, 14, 15, 17, 20 & 21

For anyone who loves theater, this contemporary history of Broadway is a pure joy! As audiences prepare for the return of live theater after an unprecedented absence of 18 months, an all-star cast tells the inside story of the last time Broadway came back from the brink. On Broadway shows how this revival helped save New York City, thanks to innovative work, a new attention to inclusion, and the sometimes uneasy balance between art and commerce. Interviews with legends of the stage and screen, including Hugh Jackman, Helen Mirren, Christine Baranski, August Wilson, James Corden, Alec Baldwin, John Lithgow, Viola Davis, and Ian McKellen take us behind the scenes of Broadway’s most groundbreaking and beloved shows, from A Chorus Line to Hamilton.

The Lost Leonardo

Director: Andreas Koefoed

Length: 100 min

Playing October 13, 16, 18 & 20

THE LOST LEONARDO is the inside story behind the Salvator Mundi, the most expensive painting ever sold at $450 million. From the moment the painting is bought for $1175 at a shady New Orleans auction house, and the restorer discovers masterful Renaissance brushstrokes under the heavy varnish of its cheap restoration, the Salvator Mundi’s fate is determined by an insatiable quest for fame, money and power. As its price soars, so do questions about its authenticity: is this painting really by Leonardo da Vinci?

I’m Your Man

Director: Maria Schrader

Length: 104 min

Playing October 22, 25, 26 & 28

In order to obtain research funds for her studies, a scientist accepts an offer to participate in an extraordinary experiment: for three weeks, she is to live with a humanoid robot, created to make her happy.

The Electrical Life of Louis Wain

Director: Will Sharpe

Length: 110 min

Playing October 23, 24, 25, 27 & 28

The extraordinary true story of eccentric British artist Louis Wain (Benedict Cumberbatch), whose playful, sometimes even psychedelic pictures helped to transform the public’s perception of cats forever. Moving from the late 1800s through to the 1930s, we follow the incredible adventures of this inspiring, unsung hero, as he seeks to unlock the “electrical” mysteries of the world and, in so doing, to better understand his own life and the profound love he shared with his wife Emily Richardson (Claire Foy).

Horror Halloween at The Vic

A Nightmare on Elm Street

Director: Wes Craven

Length: 90 min

Playing October 23 & 27

In Wes Craven’s classic slasher film, several Midwestern teenagers fall prey to Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund), a disfigured midnight mangler who preys on the teenagers in their dreams — which, in turn, kills them in reality. After investigating the phenomenon, Nancy (Heather Langenkamp) begins to suspect that a dark secret kept by her and her friends’ parents may be the key to unraveling the mystery, but can Nancy and her boyfriend Glen (Johnny Depp) solve the puzzle before it’s too late?

The Exorcist

Director: William Friedkin

Length: 135 min

Playing October 23 & 26

One of the most profitable horror movies ever made, this tale of an exorcism is based loosely on actual events. When young Regan (Linda Blair) starts acting odd — levitating, speaking in tongues — her worried mother (Ellen Burstyn) seeks medical help, only to hit a dead end. A local priest (Jason Miller), however, thinks the girl may be seized by the devil. The priest makes a request to perform an exorcism, and the church sends in an expert (Max von Sydow) to help with the difficult job.

A Touch of Grace at The Vic Saturdays at 2PM

The Swan

Director: Charles Vidor

Length: 104 min

Playing October 23 at 2PM

Princess Beatrice’s days of enjoying the regal life are numbered unless her only daughter, Princess Alexandra, makes a good impression on a distant cousin when he pays a surprise visit to their palace. Prince Albert has searched all over Europe for a bride and he’s bored by the whole courtship routine. He is more interested in the estate’s dairy than Alexandra’s rose garden. And then he starts playing football with the tutor and Alexandra’s brothers. Invite the tutor to the ball that night and watch how gracefully Alexandra dances with him.

Dial M For Murder

Director: Alfred Hitchcock

Length: 105 min

Playing October 30 at 2PM

In London, wealthy Margot Mary Wendice had a brief love affair with the American writer Mark Halliday while her husband and professional tennis player Tony Wendice was on a tennis tour. Tony quits playing to dedicate to his wife and finds a regular job. She decides to give him a second chance for their marriage. When Mark arrives from America to visit the couple, Margot tells him that she had destroyed all his letters but one that was stolen. Subsequently she was blackmailed, but she had never retrieved the stolen letter. Tony arrives home, claims that he needs to work and asks Margot to go with Mark to the theater. Meanwhile Tony calls Captain Lesgate (aka Charles Alexander Swann who studied with him at college) and blackmails him to murder his wife, so that he can inherit her fortune. But there is no perfect crime, and things do not work as planned.

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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