The Death of Stalin, The Leisure Seeker, 104th consecutive month of The Room, and 3 Ottawa Premieres: Mary Goes Round, A Swingers Weekend, and Love Cecil, plus special screenings of 8 Minutes Ahead, Back To The Future, and Grease!
-Emily- 5 Stars! (The Times UK) -Women Talking- 5 Stars! (The Guardian) -Sakra- Ottawa Premiere! -A Clockwork Orange- 5 Stars! (Empire) -Breaking Boundaries: The Science Of Our Planet -Animation Show N Tell Ottawa -Saturday Night Sinema- Free for Members/Members Only!
Personal Shopper – An American in Paris is a personal shopper for a celebrity. She seems to have the ability to communicate with spirits, like her recently deceased twin brother. Soon, she starts to receive ambiguous messages from an unknown source. The Lego Batman Movie – Easter weekend matinees! There
-Cyrano- Capri, Hollywood International Film Festival: Best Actor, Costume Designer, Makeup and Hairstyling award winner! 5 Stars! “a swooningly romantic musical…Dinklage is hypnotic as Cyrano…This tale of unrequited love will win your heart.” (The Sun UK) -The Tribe- Philadelphia Film Festival: Best Film award winner! 5 Stars! “one
Gloria Bell – 2nd Week! From the writer/director of Best Foreign Language Film Oscar winner A Fantastic Woman, starring Oscar winner Julianne Moore! Woman at War – 2nd Week! Montreal Festival of New Cinema: Best Actress award winner, and Best Film nominee! Hamburg Film Festival: Best Feature award
Held Over for a 2nd Week: The Death of Stalin, and The Leisure Seeker! Ottawa Premiere: The Devil & Father Amorth (special bonus – a 24 minute companion piece screens after the feature)! 50th Anniversary Restoration: The Great Silence! 20th Anniversary screening of The Big Lebowski – a Collective Arts
-Women Talking- Held Over for a 4th Week! Academy Awards: Best Adapted Screenplay award winner, Best Motion Picture nominee! 5 Stars! “a stellar ensemble…superbly inventive adaptation…at once timely and timeless” (The Guardian) -Showing Up- Cannes Film Festival: Palme d’Or nominee! 10/10! “A sneaky, funny little masterpiece…slyly wicked” (New
The Zookeeper’s Wife – In 1939, two Zookeeper’s in Poland are forced to report to the Reich. They covertly begin working with the Resistance, putting into action plans to save the lives of hundreds from what has become the Warsaw Ghetto. Maudie – Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis falls in
-Death On The Nile- 5 Stars! “exhilarating big-studio escapism.” (Movies for Grownups) 3.5 / 4 Stars! “an expert, beautifully-crafted job of filmmaking, with a pleasing balance of flourishes and subtleties.” (Combustible Celluloid) -Atlantis- Ukrainian Film Festival! Montréal Festival of New Cinema: Best Film award winner! 3.5 /
-A Man Called Otto- 5 Stars! “remarkably warm and fulfilling” (Common Sense Media) “Tom Hanks gives one of the best performances of his career…is one of the best films of the year.” (NYC Movie Guru) -The Quiet Girl- Montclair Film Festival: Audience Award winner! 4/4 Stars! “a masterpiece”