The Windsor Film Society

The Windsor Film Society is something that every film buff in Windsor will want to know about. Outside of Silvercity and Devonshire’s small Classic Films Series, Windsorite’s do not really have a lot of options for seeing older movies. WIFF, and the newly devised WIFF365 which seeks to show movies at least once a month …

A Brief History of Windsor Cinema Review

Over the 20thcentury, Windsor was home to almost 20 movie theatres of various size and success. A few of them, for the better part of that century, had a glorious run in this city and were staples of the local entertainment culture; two of them – The Olde Walkerville Theatre, and the Capitol Theatre, still …

Big City Lights 2

Windsor’s Jackson Park is again lit up with festive Christmas lights and designs for the holiday season. This year’s festive opening featured a speech from the mayor making this feel already like a much loved civic event. Train rides, hot chocolate, face painting, and other attractions – like guys on stilts and guys in Santa …

Five Great Things About Windsor

Intimate Neighbourhoods Windsor is comprised of many smaller neighbourhoods all woven together to form one tightly knit little city. In any one of them you’ll find lovely walking routes, neighbourhood parks and green spaces, the beautiful architecture of schools built in the early 1900’s, and a community of citizens that know and support each other. …

The Ontario Film & Television Tax Credit

The Ontario Film & Television Tax Credit is a key reason Hollywood shoots movies in Toronto as often as they do; and something that Windsor can capitalize on to draw new industry. The OFTTC is a refundable tax credit for Ontario labour expenses from a qualifying production company with respect to an eligible Ontario based …

WIFF Short Films Presentation

I saw the WIFF Short Films Presentation 2017 last night at the Capitol Theatre on University Ave. in beautiful downtown Windsor. The Capitol offers a more artistic atmosphere than the modern big box cinema because of it’s open viewing space, well maintained architecture and of course the dazzling paint display; reminding us that we go …