Gloria Bell – From the writer/director of Best Foreign Language Film Oscar winner A Fantastic Woman, starring Oscar winner Julianne Moore! Woman at War – Montreal Festival of New Cinema: Best Actress award winner, and Best Film nominee! Hamburg Film Festival: Best Feature award winner! The Beach Bum –
Wild Tales returns for a 2nd week, Timbuktu, The Duke Of Burgundy, and a one-night-only screening of Vampyros Lesbos! Plus, the Ottawa Premiere of The Voices! And, The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out Of Water returns for a 2nd family matinee weekend!
Audible.com is celebrating their release of a series of Woody Allen audiobooks (including Without Feathers, Getting Even, Mere Anarchy and Side Effects) by giving away free downloads of Woody’s short story “The Apology” – read by Woody himself. To get the story, you do have to sign up for
Four-Wheeled Furies, a documentary about Ottawa’s own Rideau Valley Roller Girls, makes its national television debut on Saturday March 30th at noon. You can join me, the rest of the crew, and a bunch of derby girls at the Mayfair for the event and watch the live telecast
“Flooding With Love for the Kid” is a micro budgeted ($96 to be exact) shot on digital adaptation of David Morrell’s 1972 novel First Blood, which of course was later made into the first Rambo film of the same name in 1982. But New York based filmmaker Zachary
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,
We expect to have our first schedule posted here by the last week of December (hopefully earlier). We will be posting updates throughout the month of December leading up to our grand re-opening on January 2nd. The website will also undergo some changes during that time, making it more interactive.
Two very dedicated Ghostbusters fans – Matt Provencal and Phil Trottier – showed up at our November Ghostbusters double bill in full uniform. And after the show, they powered up their proton accelerators and got rid of an ugly little spud who’d been hanging around the North balcony since the
‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’ looks, well…fantastic. Hate to sound like a bad film critic looking to get his quote tagged onto the add campaign…but it does. A stop motion animation movie directed by cult indie visionary Wes Anderson (‘Rushmore’, ‘Royal Tenenbaums’), based on a book by Roald Dahl, starring George
‘Stand by Me’ used to be the movie and story that Stephen King fans would point to in defense of his ability to write more than just straight horror tales. Sure, he’ll always been known most for bringing us stories of haunted cars, evil dogs, anger inducing hotel’s and