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Ottawa Comiccon 2013!

The Ottawa Comiccon makes it’s grand return on May 10, 11 & 12! Last year we presented the Ottawa premiere of the Morgan Spurlock documentary Comic Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope in association with the con. This year we take on a more horror themed turn with

Oscars on the Big Screen

Get dressed in your red carpet best and join us at the Mayfair for the 86th Annual Academy Awards big screen telecast! Sunday March 2nd at 8:00pm. Free for Members Only. Licensed for Alcohol.

Oscar Telecast this Sunday the 26th! Free for members!

PRESENTED BY CKCU FM | FREE FOR MEMBERS | LICENSED FOR ALCOHOL This Sunday Feb. 26, the biggest and best Oscar party in Ottawa takes place right here at the Mayfair! Walk the red carpet, enjoy fit-for-a-star refreshments and watch as motion picture history unfolds where it’s supposed

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

Old seats. New home.

Remember back in December of ’08 when we tore all the old seats out of the Mayfair and put in the brand new (to us) seats we have today? We sold nearly all of the original seats, and here’s where a few of them ended up:

Oh Canada!

We celebrate and present Canadian cinema much more frequently then just once a year. So, on the heels of National Canadian Film Day, join us again for a special Canadiana double-bill on Thursday May 1st: Algonquin an 7:00pm and The Husband at 9:30pm. Algonquin director Jonathan Hayes

OBVIOUS CHILD

Obvious Child – The highly acclaimed and requested indie comedy, from director / writer Gillian Robespierre and starring Jenny Slate in her breakthrough performance, makes its Mayfair Premiere on Friday August 29th! If we pretend we’re in the UK, that means we got it on its actual premiere date! Winner

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

Nosferatu – with LIVE music from Shooting Guns!

A pair of extra special Halloween Month screenings on October 20th and 21st at 9:00pm of F.W. Murnau’s 1922 silent horror classic with a live music score from Shooting Guns! Advance tickets on sale now – $12 members / $15 non-members!

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