The latest 72 hour short film-making challenge film festival screens at the Mayfair this Sunday March 9th at 3:00pm. $10 tickets will be available before the screening from the Mayfair box office. For more information on the event, check out the 72 Hour Films website.
SEX! Now that we’ve got your attention, Painted Lips and Lolly Licks: The Sexy Film Festival returns to the Mayfair Feb 13, and we want to show your movie! Any film that explores themes of sex, romance or the erotic is eligible, provided it’s: 10 minutes or
THE ROOM, which Mayfair audiences have turned into a cult hit, will now be a monthly feature at the Mayfair Orleans (250 Centrum Blvd). It’s next screening is March 31! Now there will be more than one place to enjoy what Entertainment Weekly has called “The Citizen
The era of classic family cinema returns to Orleans! Mayfair Theatre Orleans announces its grand opening December 2, 2011 The Mayfair Theatre Orleans officially opens its doors — and revives the era of classic family cinema — on December 2, 2011 at 6:00PM. The Mayfair Theatre
A very talented editor with a channel on Youtube cut together two montages showcasing the films of Martin Scorsese including clips from his indie debut Who’s That Knocking At My Door? (1968) all the way to The Departed (2006). Accompanying this collage of memorable and iconic cinematic imagery is
Might some of these animated favourites be screened for the next round of Saturday Morning Cartoons? Find out what surprises are in store, and get ready to eat a lot of cereal, on Saturday March 21st at 10:00am! Tickets: $7 Kids, $8 Members, $9 Seniors, $12 Non-Members
The beloved cartoon characters in this image are not necessarily those that will be up on the Mayfair screen for the next round of the Saturday Morning All-You-Can-Eat-Cereal Cartoon Party! Kick in the New Year and wrap up your Holiday season with 3 hours of surprise animated teevee
I often think how sad it is that kids today can never truly experience the joy and wonder that I experienced on Saturday mornings of my youth. There was some magic in the anticipation of and the partaking of watching cartoons between the hours of 6am and noon