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FESTIVAL PASSES

Whether you’re looking to take in the entire festival, or a specific night, imagineNATIVE offers a pass for you.

2021 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, presented by Canada Media Fund


2021 FESTIVAL MULTI-PASSES

Our Multi-Passes are a great option if you plan to take in all that the 2021 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival offers. Community and Industry passes are on sale starting Monday, September 13 until Sunday, October 24. We also have a Free Pass which offers access to all of our free events and films.

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Community Pass

Industry Pass

COMMUNITY PASSINDUSTRY PASS
Festival on demand, available for 48 hours, with daily release + livestreamed Q&As* (The Opening Night Gala, Days 2-6 Films)
Festival on demand, available until October 26th at 10am with daily release + livestreamed Q&As* (The Opening Night Gala, Days 2-6 Films)
Livestreamed Online Special Events and Programming (Opening Night Party, The Beat, Closing Night Gala)
iNdigital Space, Audio Works + VR
Industry Days Panels and Workshops
Industry Days Micro-Meetings Registration
Industry Days Networking Reception + Events
Access to Q&As + Panels after livestreaming
Eligible for Early Bird Merch Discount (20% off until Oct 1)
Indigenous Digital Development Days Registration + Access
Free Screenings + Events (Art Crawl, iN Originals)

Community Pass

Industry Pass

*Passes are on sale until 12:00 PM ET the last day of the Festival (October 24). Access to some events and programs might expire prior to this date. Please be sure to check our schedule to decide if a Day Pass or a Special Event Ticket might be a better option.

** Passes do not give access to In-Person Special Events. Please be sure to check our schedule to decide if a Special Event Ticket might be a better option.

***Some titles will be unavailable in specific regions. Please be sure to check our schedule for more information on geo-blocking and title restrictions.


FREE PASSES

Access Free Festival content and events by registering for our FREE PASS. Pass registration begins on Monday, October 4, 2021, and is available until the last day of Festival, October 24, 2021.

FREE Pass

  • 48-hour access, on demand streaming, starting on October 20 at 6:00 PM ET to the following: 
    • Welcome Gathering
    • iN Originals
    • Festival Q&As and Round Tables
    • iNdigital Space
    • iNdigenous Digital Development Day Registration
    • Daily Director’s Address
    • Awards Gala
    • + More

*Passes are on sale until 4:30 PM ET the last day of the Festival (October 24). Access to some events and programs might expire prior to this date. Please be sure to check our schedule to decide if a Day Pass or a Special Event Ticket might be a better option.
**Passes do not give access to In-Person Special Events. Please be sure to check our schedule to decide if a Special Event Ticket might be a better option.
***Some titles will be unavailable in specific regions. Please be sure to check our schedule for more information on geo-blocking and title restrictions.

TD FREE FRIDAY PASS

Access Free Festival content and online events on Friday, October 22, 2021, thanks to our partner TD Bank. Pass registration begins on Monday, September 27, 2021.

TD FREE FRIDAY Pass

  • 48-hour access on demand streaming starting on Friday October 22 at 10:00 AM ET:
    • Ste. Anne (Ontario only)
    • Tote Abuelo (North America only)
    • Shorts: NORTH
    • Shorts: EAST 
    • KAPOW/ONSHORE Métis Program (Worldwide)
    • + More

*Only 200 Passes available. Please be sure to check our schedule to decide if a Festival Pass or a Special Event Ticket might be a better option.
** Passes do not give access to In-Person Special Events. Please be sure to check our schedule to decide if a Special Event Ticket might be a better option.
***Some titles will be unavailable in specific regions. Please be sure to check our schedule for more information on geo-blocking and title restrictions.


DAY PASSES

Already have your picks for films and events? The Day Pass is an affordable option! All Day passes have access to the Q&As and roundtable talks happening each day. Please be sure to check our schedule for more information on our daily events.

Day Passes are on sale starting Monday, October 4 until Sunday, October 24 at 4:30 PM ET, the last day of the Festival!

Day 2 Pass

Day 2 Pass

  • 48 hours on demand, streaming access, starting on October 20 at 10:00 AM ET to:
    • Solo el mar nos separa (Canada only)
    • Portraits from a Fire (Worldwide)
    • Shorts: EAST
    • Shorts: JÓVENES INSURGENTES (Worldwide)
    • iN Originals (Worldwide)
    • Radical Joy panel
    • Jóvenes Insurgentes: Cinema Of Abya Yala Panel
Day 3 Pass

Day 3 Pass

  • 48 hours on demand, streaming access, starting on October 21 at 10:00 AM ET to:
    • Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy (Canada only)
    • Shorts: SOUTH 
    • Shorts: WEST
Day 4 Pass

Day 4 Pass

  • 48 hours on demand, streaming access, starting on October 22 at 10:00 AM ET to:
    • Ste. Anne (Ontario only)
    • Tote Abuelo (North America only)
    • Shorts: NORTH
    • KAPOW/ONSHORE Métis Program (Worldwide)
Day 5 Pass

Day 5 Pass

  • 48 hours on demand, streaming access, starting on October 23 at 10:00 AM ET to:
    • Brutal Lives – Mo’ui Faingata’a (Canada only)
    • Run Woman Run (Ontario only)
    • Warrior Spirit (Worldwide)
    • Shorts: ABOVE
    • Shorts: BELOW
    • Music Video Program: REVERBERATE (Worldwide)
Closing Day Pass

Closing Day Pass

  • 48 hours on demand, streaming access, starting on October 24 at 10:00 AM ET to:
    • Akornatsinniittut – Kiinappalik (Worldwide)
    • Daughter of a Lost Bird (North America only)
    • Shorts: CENTRE
    • Closing Gala: IWIANCH, EL DIABLO VENADO (Canada only)
    • Awards Screening 1 & 2 (9:00 + 9:30 PM)

*DAY Passes do not give access to In-Person Special Events. Please be sure to check our schedule to decide if a Special Event Ticket might be a better option.
***Some titles will be unavailable in specific regions. Please be sure to check our schedule for more information on geo-blocking and title restrictions.

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