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.
Our Staja pals refilled the button machine! Don’t forget to bring a Toonie the next time you come to watch a movie. Collect and trade with your friends!
The next time you visit the Mayfair, you may notice something other than a movie listed on our marquee. It’s a web address: StopLansdowneMall.ca We’ve been pretty vocal in our opposition to the Lansdowne Partnership Plan (formerly known as Lansdowne Live). And now, we’d like to ask you
Coming Soon! A special matinee screening of Time Bandits in honour of the publication of Kelly Tindall‘s family friendly pirate comic book Strangebeard! Kelly will be on hand with brand new copies of the comic, so you can pick one up for yourself, after enjoying one
Lauren Gerro, a former Mayfair employee, was seriously injured in last week’s wind storm when both her legs were broken by a tree branch. She is currently recovering in hospital. We are taking cash donations for her at the box office and candy bar. Anything you can donate would be
We regret to inform you that our planned screening of Suspiria, featuring a live musical score by Goblin, has been cancelled. According to an email we received from the production company presenting the event, a member of the band was admitted to hospital yesterday, and all appearances are currently on
Since Hard Ticket to Hawaii was such a success last month and audience members showed a real curiosity towards more films by late filmmaker Andy Sidaris, the Mayfair is presenting another one of his 1980s masterworks, the tantalizingly titled “Picasso Trigger” a sexy art heist/spy thriller set in Paris,
Our friends at The Comic Book Shoppe present the new Sin City collaboration from Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller. Sin City: A Dame To Kill For – Wednesday October 1st and Thursday October 2nd at 9:00pm!
It’s with a heavy cinema geek heart that we announce the cancellation of our Kids Club program. The harsh reality is that despite best of efforts, and seemingly high enthusiasm from our patron base, the program never managed to get off the ground. Any other business with more logic based
Upon realization that we were screening a Burt Reynolds movie in November, we thought that that would be a good opportunity to collect donations for the Movember cause. What better movie icon to rally around than the actor with one of the most famous mustaches of all time?