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Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind
"From the song he refuses to perform to his admiration for Drake, a songwriting legend reflects on his lyrics and longevity with candour and humour. At 80 years young (and currently recording another album), Gordon Lightfoot continues to entertain and enlighten.
May 31 - June 6
The Grizzlies
"Set in 2004 in tiny Kugluktuk, Nunavut – an isolated town with the highest suicide rate in Canada – the movie casts Pride’s Ben Schnetzer as Russ Sheppard, a young white guy who arrives in the Arctic to spend a year teaching high-school English before trading up to a cushy...
Waterwalker, is the late Bill Mason’s ‘Canoe Odyssey’ - a feature length collection of Bill's best canoeing shots from a life spent filming and photographing the wilds of Algonquin, near North shield country and north of Superior rivers and lakes and shorelines. It has become...
June 12
The Godfather
THE GODFATHER will be introduced by Trevor Cole, author of The Whisky King, who will speak briefly on the Rocco Perri gangster-era in Hamilton. “Marlon Brando’s magic is revived in The Godfather in his intuitive grasp of Mario Puzo’s Don Corleone, a living symbol o
May 31
The Dam Busters - Book launch & screening
TED BARRIS BOOK LAUNCH & SCREENING OF THE 1955 FEATURE FILM In attendance at this screening will be two Dam Busters family members: Marilyn McDowell (daughter of gunner Jimmy McDowell) and Hartley Garshowitz (nephew of wireless air gunner Al Garshowitz).
May 29
Five Seasons: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf
Co-presented by Royal Botanical Gardens. Immerse yourself in some of the world’s most beautiful gardens in this documentary on revolutionary landscape designer Piet Oudolf.
May 28, 29, June 1
The Biggest Little Farm
Co-presented by Royal Botanical Gardens. Many of us have fantasized about it; cutting ourselves off from the hustle and bustle of the big city and escaping to a “simpler” life out in the country. But as much as we’d like to get closer to nature, nature is not always the most...
Starts Jun 7
Iyengar: The Man, Yoga, and the Student's Journey
“Hailed as ‘the Michelangelo of yoga’ and considered to be one of the most important masters in the world, B.K.S. Iyengar is credited with bringing the ancient art of yoga to the modern masses. Born in Southern India 100 years ago, the legendary guru is the founder of Iyengar Yoga...
June 10 & 11
The Maltese Falcon
“John Huston made his debut as a film director with The Maltese Falcon after several years as a film writer. His entrance into the directorial field was noteworthy, with display of keenest knowledge in tempo development and handling of the various players. Huston also wrote the script solo,...
June 12 & 13
The Gardener
Co-presented by Royal Botanical Gardens. “The Gardener is a documentary reflecting on the meaning of gardening and its impact on our lives.
June 4, 5, 8
Far. The Story of a Journey Around the World
“With its feet on the ground and head in the clouds, Far. The Story of a Journey Around the World follows German filmmakers and partners Patrick Allgaier and Gwendolin Weisser on a three and a half year trip from their home in Germany, across eastern Europe, into the Middle East, all around...
June 4 - 5
“Full of thunderous passions, Mike Leigh’s urgent grassroots epic about an infamous 1819 massacre of peaceful protesters by cavalry is a whole lot of movie.
June 7-11
"Sir is ostensibly a Mumbai-set romance about the sparks that fly between a servant and her well-to-do employer. But if you take away the slow-brewing attraction that serves as an appealing logline, you still have a mighty fine picture about a village girl who wants to defy the patriarchy and...

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