Film Festival Comes to Niagara Wineries in June

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Bill Marshall – founder of Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) announces the premier of the Niagara Integrated Film Festival (NIFF)
The Niagara Region, including St. Catharine’s will be host to the first INAUGURAL NIAGARA INTEGRATED FILM FESTIVAL (NIFF), which will premier June 19-22, 2014. For more information, and the complete program guide, visit http://www.niagarafilmfest.com
According to Associate Editor Michael Crisolago at Zoomer Magazine…. plans were announced by founder Bill Marshall today at the TIFF Lightbox in Toronto, for the premiere and release of films scheduled in June. Multiple Niagara-on-the-Lake wineries will be offering movie-goers food and wine pairings followed by film screenings.
“NIFF will translate Niagara to the world as a destination of fine cuisine, stellar wineries, and spectacular film festival experiences,” Marshall said in a statement.
When you are planning your NIFF visit, why not plan on staying here at demi’s place bed and breakfast. Our great central location offers guests the opportunity to explore on foot much of famous Queen Street and the surrounding neighborhood. There are 27 wineries all within an easy drive. And we are a couple of blocks away from cycling paths that take you along the scenic route of the Niagara River to Queenston.
Demi’s Place is an elegant and spacious home located within the “Historical District” of the old town of Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Check us out at www.demisplacebb.ca

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