Friday July 25 – Thursday July 31! Join us for another week of great cinematic offerings, and an air conditioned excuse to get out of the heat! Chef, Begin Again, Locke, the Ottawa Premiere of Video Games: The Movie, one more screening of The Wind Rises, the Back to the
Thursday August 1st – Friday August 7th! High school teacher romance between Oscar winner Juliette Binoche and nominee Clive Owen in WORDS AND PICTURES. The late great Philip Seymour Hoffman in A MOST WANTED MAN. Sci-fi family friendly matinee fare with EARTH TO ECHO. And the Ottawa Premiere’s of the
Friday August 8th – Thursday August 14th! Jersey Boys, A Most Wanted Man, The Dance Of Reality, The Fault In Our Stars, Fateful Findings, Stop Making Sense, and Nuclear Neighbourhood!
Friday August 15th – Thursday August 21st! Two decades of matrimonial unions are explored in the documentary 112 Weddings. The Ottawa Premiere of the exploration of the inspiration of Dog Day Afternoon in The Dog. Disney magic matinees with the Sleeping Beauty villain origin Maleficant. The highly anticipated Richard Linklater
Friday August 29th – Thursday September 4th! Obvious Child – Magic in the Moonlight – How to Train Your Dragon 2 Plus special events! – OG500 Poetry Slam – Saturday Morning All-You-Can-Eat-Cereal Cartoon Party Volume 3 – Saturday Night Cinema!
The latest addition to our upcoming Ottawa Premiere movie slate: Are You Here, written and directed by the creator of Mad Men, starring Owen Wilson, Zach Galifianakis and Amy Poehler, premieres on Friday September 26th! Other upcoming premieres include: The Congress on Friday September 19th Welcome To
Friday September 19th – Thursday September 25th! Get On Up, Yves Saint-Laurent, The Trip To Italy returns, family matinee of Planes: Fire & Rescue, the 61st month of The Room, the Ottawa Premiere of The Congress & more!
Friday September 26th – Thursday October 2nd! The award winning indie doc Walking The Camino: Six Ways To Santiago. The Ottawa Premiere of Are You Here, written and directed by the creator of Mad Men, starring Owen Wilson, Zach Galifianakas and Amy Poehler. The unprecedented fourth week for Steve Coogan