Langley International Film Festival to offer Q&A with Jacob Tremblay

Young Langley star of Room will chat with festival patrons on Feb. 21 following 3:30 screening of his movie

He’s been seen on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live — and most notably — the 2016 Critics’ Choice Awards, and now fans in Langley will have the opportunity to meet Jacob Tremblay in person at the Langley International Film Festival (LIFF).

The nine-year-old Langley actor will be part of a Q&A session on Feb. 21, following the screening of the film Room at 3:30 p.m.

Tremblay won the Best Young Actor Critics’ Choice Award in January for his role as five-year-old Jack in Room, which tells the dramatic story of a mother and son’s escape from captivity.

Tickets are available online at www.langley or by contacting Susan Cairns at or 604-532-1464.

LIFF runs Feb. 19-21 at the Chief Sepass Theatre (9096 Trattle St.)

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