The Climb – Ottawa Premiere! Cannes Film Fest: Jury Coup de Coeur award winner, Golden Camera, and Un Certain Regard Award nominee! Deauville Film Fest: Jury Prize award winner, Grand Special Prize nominee! Crescendo – “wonderful characters, genuine emotion, music and witty dialog…I love this film. Highly recommended” (Unseen Films)
Three Ottawa Premieres! -Luzzu- Sundance Film Fest: World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award: Acting award winner, & Grand Jury Prize nominee! “a touching parable…is a slender, rather bleak but tough, rough-cut little jewel that deserves your time and attention.” (Cinevue) -tick…tick…BOOM!- From the Tony Award winning team of director
Don’t Look Down – Ottawa Premiere! Richard Branson’s attempts to break world records flying in a hot air balloon. Using interviews with Branson, his team, archive and dramatic recons, the doc tells a story of courage, determination, despair and triumph. Denial – Held Over for a 3rd Week! A professor
-The Return Of Tanya Tucker: Featuring Brandi Carlile- Ottawa Premiere! SXSW Film Festival: Audience Award winner! “richly creative, utterly captivating” (Montclair Film Festival) -Don’t Worry Darling- 5 Stars! “Wistfully wonderful, Wilde’s psychological thriller is mid-century marvelous…enthralling. Alice is a phenomenal character” (Common Sense Media) -Lawrence Of Arabia- 60th Anniversary!
Bad Lucky Goat – Ottawa Premiere! After accidentally killing a goat with their father’s truck, two teen siblings embark on a journey of reconciliation. They struggle to find the means necessary to conceal the accident, and repair the truck, in a 24-hour adventure around Port Paradise. Mark Felt: The Man
Screening this week – The Rider, The Young Karl Marx is Held Over for a 2nd Week, the Ottawa Premiere of Backstabbing for Beginners, the Kubrick Film Fest concludes with Full Metal Jacket, another free for members / members only presentation of Saturday Night Sinema, plus special single screenings of
Friday May 8th – Thursday May 14th! The Wrecking Crew Boychoir The Riot Club Oru Vandakkan Selfie plus, the Ottawa Premiere of Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley’s Island Of Dr. Moreau …we’re hosting a collection of Heritage Minutes as well, but that is all
A Hologram For The King – Based on the acclaimed Dave Eggers novel. From director / screenwriter Tom Twyker (Run Lola Run), starring Tom Hanks. Miles Ahead – Feature directorial debut of Golden Globe winning and Oscar nominated actor Don Cheadle, who also stars as Miles Davis. Little Prince –
-Hit The Road- London Film Festival: Best Film award winner! 5 Stars! “It’s an intimate, frequently funny, poignant and deeply moving piece of work.” (CineVue) 4/4 Stars! “masterful…unforgettable…unique” (RogerEbert.com) -All My Puny Sorrows- Directors Guild Of Canada: Best Picture Editing, Sound Editing award winner, Best Feature Film nominee!
Maudie – 3rd Week! Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis falls in love with a fishmonger while working as his housekeeper. Starring Oscar nominees Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke! Atlantic Film Fest: Best Feature and Screenwriting winner! Their Finest – In 1940, a married woman and a screenwriter develop a growing