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RiP: A Remix Manifesto at the Mayfair

RiP: A Remix Manifesto Copyleft manifesto Meg Hewings RiP: A Remix Manifesto hits the Mayfair Montreal filmmaker Brett Gaylor’s doc RiP: A Remix Manifesto is the first open-source film to be made about copyright, and is actually more of an ardent manifesto about why Canada – and the

Review of 9-5 Days of Porn

9 to 5: Days in Porn *** Featuring: Otto Bauer, Audrey Hollander, Sasha Grey, Sharon Mitchell Directed & filmed by: Jens Hoffman Rating: R (explicit sex, nudity, coarse language, adult themes, not suitable for children.) Playing at: Mayfair Theatre, today through Saturday Near the end of the endless documentary 9

Questions about cinema sound!

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.

Polytechnique June 12-14, 16th

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

PilgrIMAGE premiere – filmmakers in attendance!

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

Owl and the Sparrow this weekend only!

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

Ottawa Premieres at the Mayfair

Ottawa Xpress review of Sukiyaki Western Django Ballast review by the Ottawa Sun, Jan. 16th 2009 Jay Stone talks with Spencer Rice about Confessions of a Porn Addict Jay Stone’s review of Ballast (Playing Jan. 16th-18th at the Mayfair)

On with the show this is it! It's the Bugs Bunny Festival!

Here’s the listing of the 35mm collection of classic Looney Tunes the will be screening at the Bugs Bunny Festival in January There are a total of 26 cartoons, 13 in each set – part 1 screens January 1, 2 & 6 at 1:00pm…part 2 screens January

Nothing says goodbye like a bullet

Raymond Chandler is one of my favourite authors of all time, and Robert Altman‘s The Long Goodbye (playing, not coincidentally, Aug 12 & 13 at the Mayfair) is my favourite screen adaptation of his writing. Turns out Roger Ebert is pretty big on it, too. Take a look

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