The Mayfair theatre plays films in a number of different sound formats depending on the age of the film and what sound format it supports. 1930’s- 70’s MONO Early films mainly before the mid seventies generally only have a mono optical track on the film.
Some press links: Charlatan Newspaper article Nov. 29th OSCAR article in PDF format Nov. 28th Centretown News article Nov. 22nd Ottawa Citizen article Nov. 17th CBC article about the take over Nov. 18th Paul Gordon talks with Adrian Harewood of All
In honour of the 75th anniversary of my favourite character of all time, we are proud to showcase a generational double bill featuring the Batman of 1966 and the Batman of 1989! Both fan favourite films will be presented on ultra rare 35mm prints. We’ll also have some
Thanks to carpenter, stuntman extraordinaire and friend of the Mayfair Dave Cherry, we’re now in the business of selling posters! Spend a few minutes before or after the show (or while in line to buy some refreshments) browsing our collection – and take one home for only five
Take down one sign, put down a whole bunch of other signs! This is a strange new world, but it is nice to take one small step towards normalcy. Bullet points: -50 tickets available per screening. (we’re investigating advance ticket options, stay tuned for news on that) -Wear
Starring: Karine Vanasse, Evelyne Brochu Directed by: Denis Villeneuve Rating: 14A (English version) Playing at: Mayfair Theatre, today through Sunday, and Tuesday – – – The paradox may sound grotesque, but it must be stated loud and clear: director Denis Villeneuve and the cast of Polytechnique have transformed the tragedy
The Mayfair isn’t just a place for people who love movies – it’s a place for people who make them, too. That’s why, as part of our ongoing Filmmakers in Attendance Screening Series, we’re welcoming Canadian documentarians Peter Wintonick and Mira Burt-Wintonick for the premiere engagement of their new
OTTAWA PREMIERE on Wednesday March 30th, encore screening on Thursday March 31st! Special guest Aaron Cayer, co-director of the Ottawa Skateboard Community Association, will be in attendance on Wednesday March 30th. As Montreal gentrifies its red light district, the city goes to war with the drug dealers, crack addicts, alcoholics,
Enough teasing! It’s time to finally reveal the lineup of films for the second annual Painted Lips and Lolly Licks film festival. Whet your appetite here – then come see the films (and some of the filmmakers) in the flesh on Feb 12, starting at 9:30 pm.
By Katherine Monk, Canwest News Service Owl and the Sparrow *** Starring: Cat Ly, Le The Lu, Pham Thi Han, Nguyen Hau, Hoang Long Directed by: Stephane Gauger Rating: PG Playing at: Mayfair Theatre, through April 19 Slums have never been more fashionable, so if you’re