This November the Guelph Film Festival and Hillside Festival come together to present two fantastic nights of cinema and music.Like pairing fine wine and cheese, we’ve worked hard to pair a documentary with the best live music. You can attend the film and concert seperately, but we suggest making a night of it and doing both!

Friday, November 10th, 2017

‘A Night for Colour’

 
7:00 PM Doors
Mitchell Hall, St Georges Church, Guelph
Tickets can be purchased for just the documentary, just the band, or a collective ticket.

http://www.ticketfly.com/event/1569397

 

ABOUT THE BAND

Lemon Bucket Orkestra is an underground favourite; once you hear them, you’ll be a fan for life. This Toronto-based band fuses traditional Serbian, Ukrainian and Turkish folk sounds with a modern musical flare. You’ll be guaranteed to be up dancing.

 
ABOUT THE FILM

This stunning documentary looks at the Mexican town of Tultepec, a town whose identity and livelihood is on the creation and destruction of fireworks. From the creators of Beasts of the Southern Wild, Brimstone & Glory promises a visual documentary like you’ve never experienced.

 
 
 
 

Saturday, November 11th, 2017 

‘A Night for Drama’

 
7:00 PM Doors

Mitchell Hall, St Georges Church, Guelph

Tickets can be purchased for just the documentary, just the band, or a collective ticket. Purchase tickets here!

Tickets for the film only will be available soon.

ABOUT THE BAND

Timber Timbre is a Canadian band with members hailing from Toronto and Montreal.

Their swampy, folksy music suggests a flare for the dramatic, making the perfect pairing for a documentary about the limits of drama.

 
 
ABOUT THE FILM
“Once upon a time, a tiny town in Tuscany turned its life into a play…”

Spettacolo is the story of a tiny hill town in Tuscany that found a remarkable way to confront their issues – they turned their lives into a play. Every summer for the past 50 years, their piazza becomes their stage and villagers from 6 to 90 play a part – the role of themselves.