Season Memberships & Single Tickets
$10 for the duration of 2012/2013 season (September to May)
Download Membership Application
PLEASE DO NOT send in applications with payments; payments must be made in person at screenings.
$6 for members
$9 for non-members
Cash only sales at the theatre. ATM is available.
Advance single tickets are available at the theatre approximately one hour prior to the screening.
Please arrive early to ensure your seat. The purchase of a ticket does not guarantee a seat.
Film Festival at Silver City April 7th & 14th, 2013
Prelude screenings April 4th and 11th, 2013
Festival Pass Packages for NOSFA Members
Six Pack $30 (admission to 6 films)
Memberships $10 Regular
Gala ticket to April 4th party at Bight on the Waterfront $10 - no membership required, gala party tickets do NOT include film admission
Festival Admission for Single Film
$6 Members, $9 Non-members Cash only
FESTIVAL BONUS FOR
The ever-popular 6-packs will be on sale at our March 7th screenings and
you can use 6-pack tickets
to gain admission TO BOTH
April 'prelude' films! April 4th and April 11th.
Festival tickets are not for use to gain entry to gala party. Gala tickets are $10. Tickets will be available at the door at Bight.
FOR THE SCHEDULE AND COMPLETE LINE-UP click here: Schedule
Membership is required for purchase and available for $10
ATM Available At Theatre
Members please note:
Six Packs and Memberships Available at
The UPS Store
1100 Memorial Avenue
across from Bistro One
ON SALE NOW!
Where can I purchase a membership?
You can purchase a membership for $10 at any NOSFA film screening. We show films on Thursday nights, once or twice a month at Silver City. Each film has two showings per night at 6:30 and 8:30 - 9 PM.
Do I need to purchase a membership to see a film?
No. The admission to a film for non-members is $9.
When does the membership expire?
The membership lasts from time of purchase until the conclusion of the season. The NOSFA season runs from late September to May. Memberships are also normally applicable to the Northwest Film Fest, the status of which as indicated above is TBA.
Why should I buy a membership?
Members save on admission prices - $6.00 for members vs. $9.00 for non-members per film. See a few films during the season and the membership pays for itself! In addition to discounted admission, members receive our seasonal flyer with film previews and scheduling information. Members will also receive an upcoming film email reminder (if requested), and a special sneak-peek festival flyer a few weeks before the event.
How do I find out about upcoming films?
The Chronicle-Journal will feature a NOSFA ad & we try to be highlighted in the paper's "What to Do" section. We also place ads in the TB Source weekly newspaper for imminent screenings. NOSFA does try to place ads for upcoming screenings in The Argus wherever possible, in order to inform the student body.
What is the film festival like?
For the past several years at the Cumberland Theatre (usually at the end of March) NOSFA hosts the annual Northwest Filmfest. The four-day festival format began on Thursday and finished on Sunday evening. The line-up usually featured 18 films from around the world. Each film has multiple showings, resulting in between 50 to 60 screenings over the four days. However, with a change in venue, chances are that the Northwest Film Fest, if operational, will adopt a radically different format. For instance, prior to tenancy at the Cumberland, the festival was shown in two-screen venues at the Paramount (when Paramount One was still an active theatre) and the now-defunct Odeon Victorias. This formats were more modest in scope, featuring single showings of roughly 14 titles over the four days. With the closing of the Cumberland Cinema last season, we have moved our regular screenings to our new home: Silver City Thunder Bay, 850 May Street. We have a new festival format: Super Cinematic Sundays! The festival takes place on March 25th and April 1st this year.
How can I volunteer?
We need many volunteers during the festival and at our regular screenings. Volunteer opportunities include handing out information, taking tickets, working the membership table, and ushering patrons to their seats. If you would like to volunteer for the festival or during the regular season, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our membership form also has a volunteer section that can be filled out and added to our database.