Mush-ru-mentary will hold your attention Bizarre fungal lore rivals science fiction By Jay Stone, The Ottawa Citizen March 6, 2009 Know Your Mushrooms **** Written & directed by: Ron Mann (documentary) Rating: G Playing at: Mayfair Theatre, through March 10 Ron Mann’s documentary Know Your Mushrooms
Playing Saturday-Monday Virtual JFK: Vietnam If Kennedy Had Lived Rating: 3 1/2 Directed by: Koji Masutani Parental advisory: none Playing at: Mayfair Theatre to Monday The point behind the “virtual history” called Virtual JFK: Vietnam If Kennedy Had Lived, is summarized in the theory of Cleopatra’s nose. If the queen
The Exiles out of exile Hailed as a `masterpiece of indie cinema’ The Exiles is finally released into theatres. By Jay Stone, Canwest News ServiceFebruary 23, 2009 The exiles in The Exiles are a group of American Indians who have left their reserves in the Southwestern United States
Saturday is your last chance to catch Metropolis with a live band… this will probably never happen again! “Metropolis” at the Mayfair, accompanied by live, improvised music Saturday, February 21 – 9 p.m. (120 min) $5 for Mayfair members; $9 non-members (membership $10) Mike Dubue – keyboards
February 22nd, 8pm Live telecast, doors open at 7:15pm | ~200 min. | 2009 | US | DV Sponsored by SAW VIDEO and CKCU FREE FOR MAYFAIR AND SAW VIDEO MEMBERS This year, the biggest and best Oscar party in Ottawa takes place at the Mayfair! Walk the
Happy trails Cormac Rea DJ Spooky and the fantastic dream machine photo: Nik Sheehan Drug-free hallucinations with FLicKeR Imagine your regular weekday night. You get home from work, eat supper and settle down for a little R&R. Maybe a bottle of wine is uncorked,
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
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.
We just installed a new popcorn machine… as the old just couldn’t handle the crowds and was on its last legs… This new one is more then double the capacity of the old one, 32oz of corn at a time…. and pops fast!
The Mayfair is looking for someone or some group to donate a piano to the cinema. The plan is to do more silent film screenings with a piano player. Whoever donates a working pinao will get a gold pass for free movies for year. Thanks