A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story – Ottawa Premiere of the inspirational documentary. Audience Award winner at SXSW, Traverse City, and Newport Beach Film Festivals! One More Time – Ottawa Premiere of the music biz dramatic comedy starring Oscar winner Christopher Walken! I Saw The Light – Country music
-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
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
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!
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!
Friday April 1 – Thursday April 7! -Bloodthirsty- Ottawa Premiere! Director Amelia Moses and star Lauren Beatty will be in attendance on opening night to introduce the movie, and for a Q&A afterwards! -Studio 666- “always constant fun” (Consequence) “a cross between This Is Spinal Tap and The Texas
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
Oscar winning actor Ernest Borgnine passed away today at the age of 95. The Mayfair salutes one of cinema’s warmest and most likable character actors, who had over 200 film and TV credits to his name. He even shot a film here in Ottawa back in 2000 called
“Movies are the memories of our lifetime. We need to keep them alive.” That’s part of what Martin Scorsese had to say in his speech at the Golden Globes about the importance of preserving old. You can hear and see the rest of what he had to say here: