-The Lost King- 2nd Week! Boulder International Film Festival: Best Feature Film award winner! “The Lost King is an engaging journey by a master filmmaker” (Film Threat) -Emily- 5 Stars! “life and fiction intertwine in a superb directorial debut. Emma Mackey is remarkable as Emily Bronte in this virtuoso
Ottawa Premiere of Madame, Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool, a pair of Best Foreign Language Oscar nominees: The Insult and Loveless, the Final Cut of Best F(r)iends: Volume 1, The Strangers: Prey At Night, No Date No Signature, Death Wish (2018), and free screening of A Fantastic Woman!
-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
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!
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
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
FAKE TRAILERS/REAL FILM FESTIVAL! Friday June 24 at 9:30pm The Mayfair challenges you to produce and submit a fake movie trailer for a non existent film, 2 to 3 minutes in length! The trailer cannot be for a pre-existing film or for a film that the filmmaker
NEVER COMING TO A THEATRE NEAR YOU! Mayfair Theatre presents The FAKE TRAILERS/REEL FESTIVAL An evening of real trailers — for fake movies! Plus, ultra-rare trailers for real cult movies presented on 35mm! In the tradition of Robert Rodriguez’s and Quentin Tarantino’s Grindhouse, the Mayfair presents the
“[Being called] eccentric doesn’t bother me, ‘eccentric’ being a poetic interpretation of a mathematical term meaning something that doesn’t follow the lines — that’s okay.” – Crispin Hellion Glover The great Crispin Glover makes his return to the Mayfair for a pair of live performances and film presentations