R2R Festival 2022

This year R2R presents a hybrid festival, in-person and online, from April 3-13, 2022!

Our small and dedicated team has been working tirelessly to find the best of the best films for children and their families from around the globe. R2R Online presents 10 films and 63 shorts, from over 29 countries and Indigenous nations. There’s something for everyone!

IN-PERSON

The in-person events and screenings will take place in Vancouver at the Roundhouse Community Centre in Yaletown, and the Vancity Theatre (for selected school programs). We’re excited to welcome you back to the cinema! Check the R2R 2022 Schedule.

Reel 2 Real’s top priority is the safety and well-being of the public audience, workshop participants, and teachers. All activities will follow BC’s current Health Guidelines.

 

  • Adult (19+) $11 | Child/Youth/Senior (65+) $9 | Groups of 10 or more $7 (per person)
  • Sunday Fun Day: $7 per person – includes snack pack, screenings, workshops
  • School Programs: please see details for Elementary & High School Programs
ONLINE

The entire program is also presented on Eventive, a world class platform that is easy to navigate. You will need to purchase a pass and will receive an ‘online ticket’ to redeem for each feature film or short film program you want to watch. You will be able to view the unlocked films as many times you desire; however, once you unlock a film with your festival pass, you only have 48 hours to watch it.

 

  • Access for a household is $40
  • Early Bird access for a single class is $75 (price includes educational materials) until March 25 / Regular access is $90 (starting March 26): Register your Elementary or High School class
A big thank you to our funders, sponsors, and supporters who make it possible to keep our prices affordable for youth and families.

The Reel to Real Society is based in the city of Vancouver, located on the unceded xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) and Tsleil-Waututh territories. We are devoting ourselves to justice, in recognition of the role of the arts as a vehicle for social change. You can learn more at native-land.ca.

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