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Fall from Innocence

‘Stand by Me’ used to be the movie and story that Stephen King fans would point to in defense of his ability to write more than just straight horror tales. Sure, he’ll always been known most for bringing us stories of haunted cars, evil dogs, anger inducing hotel’s and

FLicKer review

Happy trails Cormac Rea DJ Spooky and the fantastic dream machine photo: Nik Sheehan Drug-free hallucinations with FLicKeR Imagine your regular weekday night. You get home from work, eat supper and settle down for a little R&R. Maybe a bottle of wine is uncorked,

Flooding with First Blood

“Flooding With Love for the Kid” is a micro budgeted ($96 to be exact) shot on digital adaptation of David Morrell’s 1972 novel First Blood, which of course was later made into the first Rambo film of the same name in 1982. But New York based filmmaker Zachary

Friday December 12th – Thursday December 18th!

Friday December 12th – Thursday December 18th! Why Don’t You Play In Hell – Canadian Premiere! Best Director and Best Picture winner from Austin Fantastic Fest. People’s Choice award winner from TIFF Midnight Madness! Theory Of Everything – “This is a great film in every sense. Superb direction frames every

Friday November 16th – Thursday November 22nd!

Free Solo – The TIFF People’s Choice Award winning documentary is Held Over for a 2nd Week! All About Nina – Ottawa Premiere of the Tribeca Film Fest nominee for Best Narrative Feature! Bel Canto – Based on the best selling novel, starring Oscar winner Julianne Moore, and Oscar nominee

Friday Sept 14th – Thursday September 20th!

-Eighth Grade is Held Over for a 3rd Week! -The Bookshop is Held Over for a 2nd Week! -Ottawa Premiere of We The Animals! -Ottawa Premiere of We’re Still Together! -Saturday Morning All-You-Can-Eat-Cereal Cartoon Party! -The Absent Friends shadow cast present The Rocky Horror Picture

Friday September 8th – Thursday September 14th!

Lost In Paris – Fiona’s orderly life is disrupted by a letter of distress from her 88-year-old Aunt Martha in Paris. She hops on the first plane she can and arrives to discover that Martha has disappeared. A wondrously fun and hectic tale of peculiar people finding love while lost

Go Ape this March!

This March, the Mayfair proudly presents the classic Planet of the Apes series on rare 35mm film. We’re also including a special bonus engagement of three great episodes of the TV series Return to the Planet of the Apes on 16mm! All five films in the saga will

GUNS and DOVES

Back in the good ole’ days (in this case being my high school years of 1989 – 1994) a screening of ‘The Killer’ at the Mayfair was far from your run of the mill watching and enjoying of a new action classic. I can’t lay claim to having

In the beginning: the art of the title sequence

We’re starting something new here at the mayfairtheatre.ca blog. From now on, we won’t just be writing about upcoming or current films at the Mayfair – we’ll be writing about all things film and film-related. We’ll be sharing ideas, opinions, articles, trailers and links of interest cinema-goers and cinemaphiles alike.

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