Thu. Jan 17th, 2019
Claire Foy stars in Breathe, along with Andrew Garfield. It will be screened at the Capitol Theatre in Windsor on 11 January 2018 as part of WIFF365.Image via trailer screen shot.

Claire Foy stars in Breathe, along with Andrew Garfield. It will be screened at the Capitol Theatre in Windsor on 11 January 2018 as part of WIFF365.
Image via trailer screen shot.

Windsor Film Fest Introduces WIFF365

Claire Foy stars in Breathe, along with Andrew Garfield. It will be screened at the Capitol Theatre in Windsor on 11 January 2018 as part of WIFF365.Image via trailer screen shot.
Claire Foy stars in Breathe, along with Andrew Garfield. The film will be screened at the Capitol Theatre in Windsor on 11 January 2018 as part of WIFF365.
Image via trailer screen shot.

(WINDSOR, ON) – The Windsor International Film Festival has announced the creation of WIFF365, a monthly screening of select films. Citing patron growth and demand, the new feature of WIFF will commence with Breathe and Loving Vincent on January 11 at the Capitol Theatre with screenings scheduled for February 8, March 8, and April 12.

“We are so thrilled to be able to connect with our patrons year-round by offering them more of what they love; an opportunity to step out of their world and into WIFF,” said Vincent Georgie, WIFF’s executive director and chief programmer. “We look forward to continuing to offer quality programming that we know patrons will enjoy.”

Breathe by Andy Serkis, and starring Andrew Garfield and Claire Foy, is the the inspirational true story of a young couple who refuse to give up in the face of immense adversity. Additionally, the the world’s first fully oil-painted feature film and 2017 LiUNA People’s Choice Award, Hugh Welchman’s  Loving Vincent recounts the tale of the beloved, troubled artist.

Loving Vincent is scheduled at 5:50pm between two showings of Breathe at 3:30pm and 7:45pm.

Tickets can be purchased in advance by credit card online at the Windsor International film festival website or by cash on the day of the showings and the theatre.

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