Silver Wave runs November 8-11, 2018

There are some big surprises to do with Silver Wave this year as it celebrates 18 years.

The 18th annual Silver Wave Film Festival announces its full festival schedule on Friday, October 19, 12 pm, at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre, upstairs auditorium, 732 Charlotte Street, Fredericton, NB. Refreshments will be served and all are welcome.

Silver Wave annually spotlights the province’s vibrant film talent and cultural legacy in film. The festival draws its inspiration from New Brunswick’s extraordinary and diverse collection of films, created by filmmakers from every age group and walk of life. The festival exists to engage fans of all ages in the art of cinema.

The NB Shorts are a focal part of the festival and draw large crowds. The entire festival is a visual feast with local and international programming. This year, the festival has some exciting programming and industry series day changes.

“Silver Wave is a proud moment for all of us who volunteer to put the festival together annually” said Cat LeBlanc, Silver Wave Organizer, and one of the festival’s three programmers. “This year’s festival is designed to bring out longtime movie lovers and fans, and we have new exciting events and changes in scheduling to unveil.”

The upcoming launch is the perfect opportunity to celebrate and support film in NB. Mix and mingle and see the 2018 Silver Wave promo trailer produced by annual SWFF sponsor Rob Parsons of M.A.D. 5 Films.

The Festival would not be possible without its major sponsors and supporters:

Platinum Sponsors: Province of New Brunswick, City of Fredericton, Picaroons Traditional Ales, Telefilm Canada, CBC, University of New Brunswick’s Faculty of Arts, Nick Wilson Videography, East Coast Camera Rentals, The Canada Council for the Arts, Picaroons, and the New Brunswick Filmmakers’ Co-operative

Gold Sponsors: Don Chapman, M.A.D. 5 Films, The Jane LeBlanc Filmmaker Award

Silver Sponsors: Arrowhead Electric Ltd., Crowne Plaza, Royal Bank of Canada

Bronze Sponsors: Charlotte Street Arts Centre, DOC, DOC Atlantic, Robert Simmonds Clothing, Iron Sights Training Centre, Insurmountable Sounds, Unplugged, Terry Kelly Productions, imagineNATIVE, John Christenson Think Design, Hemmings House, CHSR 97.9 FM, Cinema Politica, WIFT-AT.

Supporters: Mary Brown’s Famous Chicken & Taters Stephen Butters, Sophie Lavoie, Matt Rogers, Heather MacLeod, Jan Miller, Rob Gray, Grid City, Matt Carter, Rob Parsons, Carlee Calver.

Silver Wave also thanks all its dedicated volunteers.

For more information, contact:

Cat Leblanc, Festival Organizer

Silver Wave Film Festival

[email protected]