The Fundy Film Society (FFS) was established (2001) as a nonprofit society to bring high quality independent, Canadian and foreign films to the Annapolis Valley.
The Fundy Film Society gratefully acknowledges our partnership (2001) with the Toronto International Film Festival’s Film Circuit and its sponsors.
Fundy Film members initiated the establishment of the Acadia Cinema Coop Ltd. which in turn developed the new Al Whittle Theatre. As anchor tenant, the Fundy Film Society’s screening of Since Otar Left opened the new theatre on November 7, 2004, at which time the newly renovated landmark Acadia marquee was also lit for the first time.
Fundy Film’s original programme (January 2002–December 2015) consisted of two distinct series (Feature and Documentary) with the occasional Whimsical Wednesday screening (wW) and Special presentations. This programme continues, now presented by Noemi Volovics as a small business under the new name Fundy Cinema, which also screens at Acadia Cinema’s Al Whittle Theatre, behind the Acadia marquee, 450 Main Street, Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
The Fundy Film Society is no longer associated with the series, but will continue in maintenance mode and will consider cinematic opportunities that may arise.
The Board of the Fundy Film Society thanks each volunteer who served over the years, making the successful series possible.