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Langley City Launches Tickets For The First Ever Langley City Film Festival (LCFF)!


For Immediate Release
September 29, 2023

Langley City, BC – The City of Langley's Arts, Recreation, Culture, and Heritage (ARCH) Committee and the Langley Arts Council are excited to debut their first Langley City Film Festival (LCFF), under the theme ‘Transitions’. 

The LCFF Film Festival received 76 film submissions, and from those, 37 films have been selected for screening during four sessions from Saturday, October 21 to Sunday, October 22, at Lumiere Film Studios, located at #200 – 20329 Logan Avenue, Langley.

"Join Langley City for a cinematic celebration. Our film festival showcases emerging and established BC filmmakers, offering a curated selection of thought-provoking, entertaining, and visually stunning films," said Co-Chair Langley City Councillor Rosemary Wallace. “Due to events happening worldwide, we can all relate to this year’s 'Transitions' theme. I encourage locals and visitors to take this opportunity to connect with the community in the City and one another on a deeper level of experience and understanding through film. Weekend passes that grant entry to all four screenings are $45.00 and are available now!”

Screening Schedule:

Saturday, October 21

Youth Films
12:30 pm doors open
$5.00 admission

19+ Feature Length Films
4:00 pm doors open
$15.00 admission

Sunday, October 22

19+ Stock Films
9:30 am doors open­­­
$15.00­­­ admission

19+ Short Films 
2:00 pm doors open­
$15.00 admission

Each screening session will include an award presentation concluding with a filmmaker’s panel of the winning film. Guests are encouraged to arrive early as this event has no designated seating.

Street parking is available near Lumiere Film Studios at #200 – 20329 Logan Avenue or at Timms Community Centre/City Hall, 20399 Douglas Crescent.

For more information about the Langley City Film Festival or to purchase your tickets, visit

Learn more about the City of Langley's Arts, Recreation, Culture, and Heritage (ARCH) Committee, and the Langley Arts Council's first Langley City Film Festival (LCFF), visit, or email

Media Inquiries: 

Samantha Paulson, Communications Officer