The wait is over for what will be on the big screen at this fall's Timmins Film Festival.
The festival is featuring five films, a gala, panel discussion, and a short-film contest, with all the movies being screened at Cinema 6. When the Timmins Film Society announced its first-ever festival, the lineup for the event running Nov. 8 - 10 wasn't confirmed yet.
The society revealed the movies yesterday on Facebook.
The inaugural event will feature the Aboriginal film The Grizzlies, French film Une Colonie, documentary Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love, The Last Black Man in San Francisco, and All is True.
Tickets are on sale Sept. 11 at 9 a.m.
They'll be available at the Timmins Museum, as well as online here.
Organizers are encouraging people to puchase them early as they will be limited.
For prices, a film festival package for all five films and the gala will be $65. Limited individual tickets will be available for $15. Individual tickets for the after party are $15.
If you're interested in the short-film contest, more details are available here.