Family matinees of Goosebumps, starring Jack Black, based on the the phenomenally popular books from R.L. Stine Plus, three dramas very likely to all soon have Oscar nominations in various categories: Room – Held Over for a 2nd week! AFI Awards winner: Movie of the Year, TIFF: People’s Choice Award,
He Names Me Malala – The award winning doc, inspired by the Nobel Peace Prize winner, from the Oscar winning director of An Inconvenient Truth Barbarous Mexico – Ottawa Premiere of the Mexican anthology film featuring eight terrifying tales Entertainment – Ottawa Premiere of the drama set within the harsh
Suffragette – Held Over for a 2nd week! Ottawa Premieres of the award winning films James White & (T)error! Sicario – From Cannes, TIFF, & Genie award winning director Denis Villeneuve, starring Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin, & Benicio Del Toro! Weekend family matinee screenings of Hotel Transylvania 2! The Rocky
Truth – Held Over for a 2nd week! Suffragette – Mothers. Daughters. Rebels. The award winning historical drama starring Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham Carter, and Meryl Streep Victoria – One girl. One city. One night. One take. Winner of 3 Berlin Int Film Fest awards, and 6 German Film Awards!
The Final Girls – Ottawa Premiere presented by Zombieinfo.com Stanley Film Fest: Audience Award Catalonian Int Film Fest: Special Jury Prize, Best Screenplay Labyrinth Of Lies – European Film Fest: Special Jury Prize & Audience Choice Prize Athens Int Film Fest: Audience Award & Best
Grandma – Held over for a 2nd week! Very likely soon to garner multiple acting nominations for living legend Lily Tomlin Freeheld – Ottawa Premiere! Inspired by the true story. Featuring Oscar winner Julianne Moore, and nominees Ellen Page, Steve Carell, and Michael Shannon Back In Time – Ottawa Premiere!
Ottawa Premiere of Cop Car – starring Kevin Bacon – “a harrowing crash course full of mayhem…white-knuckle adventure will leave your heart firmly planted in your throat” (Sundance) “almost excruciating intensity…You have the right to remain silent, because COP CAR will leave you breathless!” (Fantasia) Ricki And The
Mr Holmes and A Lego Brickumentary are both held over for a 2nd week! Ottawa Premiere of Z For Zachariah, the post-apocalyptic thriller starring Margot Robbie, Chiwetel Ejiofor & Chris Pine! How To Change The World – Award winning documentary about the founders of Greenpeace and the environmental movement! Saturday
Woody Allen’s Irrational Man and the Vera Brittain adaptation Testament Of Youth are both held over for a second week! Ottawa Premieres of Robin Williams & Bob Odenkirk in Boulevard, and the all-star tribute documentary I Am Chris Farley Apocalypse Pow! – Third of four weekly classic indie post-apocalyptic secret