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
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!
Arab Blues – Stockholm Film Fest: Best Film nominee! Valladolid Int Film Fest: Best Film nominee! Palm Springs Int Film Fest: New Voices/New Visions Grand Jury Prize nominee! Brotherhood – Ottawa Premiere! Sam Ashe Arnold – one of the stars of Brotherhood – and director Richard Bell will be in
The Diary Of A Teenage Girl – Cinematographt award winner & Grand Jury Prize nominee at Sundance 2015! 93% All Critics / 94% Top Critics on Rotten Tomatoes! Mr. Holmes – Starring Sir Ian McKellen as Sherlock Holmes, directed by Oscar winner Bill Condon! Turbo Kid – Ottawa Premiere! Audience
A trio of diverse Ottawa Premieres: I Smile Back, All Things Must Pass: The Rise And Fall Of Tower Records, and Zombieinfo.com presents A Christmas Horror Story! * plus, filmmakers in attendance for A Christmas Horror Story! Trumbo – featuring an amazing cast, including Bryan Cranston, Diana Lane, Helen
Friday December 19th – Thursday December 25th! Guardians Of The Galaxy, A Christmas Story, Force Majure, The Search For Weng Weng, For Y’Ur Height Only, It’s A Wonderful Life, The Room, Die Hard and Die Hard 2! Closed for Christmas Eve and Christmas…Happy Holidays everybody!
The Danish Girl – Held Over for a 2nd week! Joy – Featuring the Oscar nominated & Golden Globe winning performance from Jennifer Lawrence! Deathgasm – Ottawa Premiere! Winner of 8 awards from Toronto After Dark, including the Audience Award for Best Feature Film! Anomalisa – Oscar & Golden Globe
Ottawa Premiere of Permission! Return of a batch of Oscar nominees with Lady Bird (a new Mayfair record 9th week!), Call Me By Your Name (5th Week!), Darkest Hour (2nd Week!), The Florida Project (8th Week!), + best adapted screenplay nominee Molly’s Game! An encore presentation of the locally produced
Ottawa Premiere of Dim The Fluorescents, Call Me By Your Name (Gotham Awards: Best Picture winner), 5th week for Lady Bird (Golden Globes: Best Picture and Best Actress winner for Saoirse Ronan), 3rd week for The Disaster Artist (Golden Globes: Best Actor winner for James Franco), and filmmakers in attendance
Ottawa Premiere’s – The action packed Ip Man 3, and the doc Al Purdy Was Here, about the iconic Canadian poet. Multiple Oscar nominees Carol and Brooklyn. Plus, Will Smith in is Golden Globe nominated performance in Concussion, and Tom Hardy’s British Independent Film Award winning dual role in Legend.