WIFF transformed Charles Clark Square into a free outdoor cinema with a state-of-the-art LED screen and sound that filled the square.
Celebrate in WIFF Village, a vibrant downtown event featuring a tented space on the streets of downtown Windsor near the Capitol Theatre during festival.
Through the addition of increased lighting and incredible public art installations, WIFF Alley attracts locals and tourists alike to celebrate film and downtown Windsor.
is a Windsor-based Visual Artist. Brandt was commissioned by WIFF to help beautify the alley by integrating the built environment with engaging and fun art pieces. This includes the rainbow staircase that highlights famous movie quotes, as well as silhouettes of famous film characters, and fun food items that enhance the look of the alley.
is a Windsor-based, multidisciplinary artist who’s known for large-scale murals, integrating graffiti and fine-art using vivid/energetic methods. DERKZ was commissioned by WIFF to paint a small mural that pays tribute to the Windsor community by showcasing the city’s roots of being known as “Rose City,” while also being fun and engaging for patrons to interact with.
is a Windsor-based, Canadian pop/mural artist whose aerosol and stencil artworks critique contemporary politics, capitalism, consumerism, and the human condition. DENIAL was commissioned by WIFF to design and execute a large mural collage that pays homage to the escapism of going to the movies and enjoying all things about being at the cinema.