The beloved cartoon characters in this image are not necessarily those that will be up on the Mayfair screen for the next round of the Saturday Morning All-You-Can-Eat-Cereal Cartoon Party! Kick in the New Year and wrap up your Holiday season with 3 hours of surprise animated teevee
It’s A Wonderful Life, the quintessential Christmas movie classic, returns to the Mayfair for a pair of family matinee screenings on Saturday December 20th and Sunday December 21st. Even if you’ve seen it two dozen times on teevee, nothing beats seeing it on the big screen at the Mayfair
Family Matinees – The Boxtrolls, Alexander & The Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day, and another 3 hour marathon round of the Saturday Morning All-You-Can-Eat-Cereal Cartoon Party! Foxcatcher – the highly acclaimed, award winning, Golden Globe nominated and sure to be Oscar nominated drama. Starring Steve Carell, Mark Ruffalo
Interstellar – Held Over! Special 35mm presentation of the sci-fi epic from director Christopher Nolan (Dark Knight, Inception), starring Matthew McConaughey, Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway, and Michael Caine! Nightcrawler – 95% Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes! “Restless, visually sleek, and powered by a lithe star performance from Jake Gyllenhaal, Nightcrawler
Friday December 26th – Thursday January 1st: A collection of Looney Tunes classics, Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day , St. Vincent, Force Majeure, The Boxtrolls, Citizenfour, Saturday Night Sinema, and the Ottawa Premiere of Dead Snow 2: Red vs Dead!
Friday December 19th – Thursday December 25th! Guardians Of The Galaxy, A Christmas Story, Force Majure, The Search For Weng Weng, For Y’Ur Height Only, It’s A Wonderful Life, The Room, Die Hard and Die Hard 2! Closed for Christmas Eve and Christmas…Happy Holidays everybody!
Friday December 12th – Thursday December 18th! Why Don’t You Play In Hell – Canadian Premiere! Best Director and Best Picture winner from Austin Fantastic Fest. People’s Choice award winner from TIFF Midnight Madness! Theory Of Everything – “This is a great film in every sense. Superb direction frames every