The Old Man and the Gun – From 2x SXSW award winner, and 3x Sundance nominated director David Lowery! Golden Globe nominee: Best Actor (Robert Redford)! TIFF: People’s Choice Award nominee! Can You Ever Forgive Me? – Held Over for a 3rd Week! Screen Actors Guild, and Golden Globe nominee:
Brooklyn – Held Over for a 3rd week! The Peanuts Movie – a 2nd week of weekend family matinees! Macbeth – starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard! Palme d’Or nominated at the Cannes Film Festival, 6 British Independent Film Award nominations! Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence – David Bowie
Parasite – Held Over for a 9th Week! The historic first ever Oscar recognition for a South Korean film! 6 Oscar nominations: Best Picture, International Film, Dir Parasite – Held Over for a 9th Week! The historic first ever Oscar recognition for a South Korean film! 6 Oscar nominations:
Mademoiselle de Joncquieres – TIFF: Platform Prize nominee! Lumiere Awards: Best Film, Actress, Screenplay, and Cinematography nominee! French with English subtitles. Widows – Returning for a 4th Week! Starring Oscar and Golden Globe winner Viola Davis! From the Oscar and BAFTA award winning director of 12 Years a Slave! Can
A batch of return engagements with Lady Bird, Call Me By Your Name, The Disaster Artist, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and another screening of The Room for its 101st consecutive month! Plus, a new film, Ridley Scott’s BAFTA and 3 x Golden Globes nominated (and an Oscar nominee front-runner)
Manchester By The Sea – Held Over for a Mayfair record setting 5th Week! A loner (Golden Globe winner Casey Affleck) returns to his hometown. His brother has died, and he is named guardian to his nephew. If losing his sibling and doubts of raising a teen weren’t enough, his
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.
The Ottawa Premiere of Dear White People, a pair of anticipated Oscar nominated films: Inherent Vice and Wild, Big Eyes held over for a 2nd week, The Room returns for a 65th consecutive month, and a free screening of Top Gun thanks to the Carleton University Alumni Association!
A quartet of Oscar nominees are Held Over: Lady Bird, Call Me By Your Name, The Disaster Artist, and All The Money In The World! If you are a loyal and frequent Mayfair movie goer who has seen those already, don’t fret, we also have a pair of Ottawa Premieres: