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Blinded by the Light
Being hailed by critics as the feelgood movie of the year, Blinded by the Light is a British comedy-drama by Gurinder Chadha (Bend it like Beckham) inspired by the life of journalist Sarfraz Manzoor and his love of songs by Bruce Springsteen.
Sept 30 - Oct 2
Cold Case Hammarskjold
"The titular protagonist of Cold Case Hammarskjöld is Dag Hammarskjöld, the secretary general of the United Nations who died in a plane crash in 1961, in what was then northern Rhodesia.
Oct 11-15
The Peanut Butter Falcon
“The Peanut Butter Falcon is a sweet, funny and heartfelt look at friendship and strength. Zak, played by Zack Gottsagen who has Down syndrome, lives in a retirement community where Eleanor (Dakota Johnson) works and cares for him. Most of his days are spent watching an old wrestling video...
Oct 4 - 10
Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am
“Toni Morrison’s artistic, cultural and historical legacies are by now firmly established, which doesn’t prevent Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am from revealing them anew and setting them out in an appreciative, and appropriate, package.
Sept 26, 29
Free Trip to Egypt
“As a Canadian Egyptian and a Muslim, entrepreneur Tarek Mounib has a lofty goal: to unite Muslims and those Americans who fear them. The documentary Free Trip to Egypt offers no judgment of anyone on either side; instead, it celebrates the opportunity for the two groups to find common ground.
Sept 20, 22, 23
Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool
“In Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool, Sundance vet Stanley Nelson offers a documentary broader in chronological scope than his most visible films, celebrating a musician whose career was not just long but constantly transformational.
Sept 23, 24
Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band
“The documentary recounts the story of one of Canada’s musical legends — a man who served as both lead guitarist and primary songwriter on a group that introduced the likes of ‘The Weight’ and ‘The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down’ into the pop culture...
Sept 27-Oct 3
Phantasm - 40th Anniversary
“An incoherent but effective horror picture on the dreams-within-dreams theme as two teenagers discover that the local mausoleum is run by an extra-dimensional psychopath who has been killing people, shrinking their corpses into dwarf-sizes, stuffing them in yellow barrels, and shipping them...
Oct 5, 7
Brittany Runs a Marathon
"Written and directed by first-timer Paul Downs Colaizzo and starring Jillian Bell in a performance that defines breakout, 'Brittany' not only goes places you won’t be expecting but it also manages to be simultaneously sympathetic and unsentimental, a picture with a laugh-out-...
Starts Oct 15
The Exorcist: Director’s Cut
"Strictly speaking this is not the director’s cut as most of the changes were made at the behest of writer/producer William Peter Blatty, who has fought for this version since 1973.  The running time now stands at a generous 128 minutes, for the story is slight - little girl starts...
Oct 19, 20
Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice
The new documentary Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice, directed by Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman, proves aptly titled. Not only does the pic provide many examples of the glorious vocals that made its subject a pop music superstar, it also allows us to once again hear her voice as she...
Oct 29 - Nov 3
Taxi Driver
“Travis Bickle drives cabs all night. He can't sleep. But what he sees whilst cruising the NY city streets he finds so disgusting that it drives him to a climactic moment of violence, which some may deem equally disgusting.
Oct 12-13
Design Canada
Art, Design & Architecture. Co-presented by Collective Form.
Sept 23
From the filmmaking team behind the highly-acclaimed documentary THE BEATLES: EIGHT DAYS A WEEK — THE TOURING YEARS, this riveting film lifts the curtain on the icon who brought opera to the people. Academy Award winner Ron Howard puts audiences front row center for an exploration of the...
Sept 18, 20-21
Apocalypse Now: Final Cut
“Apocalypse Now is a movie that drove Coppola to the brink of both financial ruin and actual madness. Its first release was two-and-a-half hours, an overwhelming psychedelic horror vision of will and inhumanity.
October 17
Becoming Nobody
“Becoming Nobody truly represents the core arc of Ram Dass’ teachings and life. His ability to entertain and his sense of humor are abundantly evident in a conversation that brings us around to address the vast question of ultimate freedom.
Oct 8-11
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
“Bill (Alex Winter) and Ted (Keanu Reeves) are cool dudes, but to their teacher, they're high school no-hopers. They fantasise about forming a rock band called 'Wyld Stallyns'; one day they'll pull themselves together and learn how to play guitar.
Sept 30-Oct 1
Don’t Look Back
“Don’t Look Back is a cinema verite documentary by D. A. Pennebaker of Bob Dylan’s spring 1965 concert tour of Britain. Pennebaker has fashioned a relentlessly honest, brilliantly edited documentary permeated with the troubador-poet’s music.
Sept 16 & 19
Exhibition on Screen: Rembrandt
“Rembrandt is so high in the ranking of great artists that our amassed reverence has sunk like syrup into the brown and gold surfaces of his paintings. “There he is in the first room of this startling exhibition, gazing back from his self-portraits, a sage and infinitely gentle soul:...
Sept 17, 18, 21
Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles
‘Max Lewkowicz’s Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles provides an entertaining overview of how the unlikely success Fiddler on the Roof came to be.
Sept 27-Oct 1
Life Is Beautiful
"Life Is Beautiful is the role Roberto Benigni was born to play. The film falls into two parts. One is pure comedy. The other smiles through tears. Benigni, who also directed and co-wrote the movie, stars as Guido, a hotel waiter in Italy in the 1930s.
Oct 3, 6
Mike Wallace Is Here
“One of the giants of American television news broadcasting gets an extended close-up in Mike Wallace Is Here, a compulsively engrossing account of a career notable for its gutsy, confrontational attitude toward the power brokers in business and politics.
Oct 4-7, 9
They Live
“They Live, John Carpenter’s 1988 paranoid freakout, deserves to be thought of as a masterpiece, an artist’s defiant last grab at substance before losing the thread. It’s a cheesy but lovable movie about a working-class hero (WWF wrestler 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper),...
Sept 28
This Is Spinal Tap
"This Is Spinal Tap, one of the funniest movies ever made, is about a lot of things, but one of them is the way the real story is not in the questions or in the answers, but at the edge of the frame. There are two stories told in the film: the story of what the rock band Spinal Tap thinks,...
Oct 12, 14
Wild at Heart
"Imagine The Wizard Of Oz with an oversexed witch, gun-toting Munchkins and love ballads from Elvis Presley, and you’ll get some idea of this erotic hellzapoppin from writer-director David Lynch. Lynch’s kinky fairy tale is a triumph of startling images and comic invention.
Oct 15, 16
La Strada
Fellini’s vision of the world as a whirling, bittersweet carnival begins with this tragicomic fable, which features the indelible pairing of two icons of world cinema. Anthony Quinn is the brutish traveling-circus strongman Zampanò, who takes as his performing partner Giulietta Masina...
Sept 19
“In the role of Amélie, a waitress in a Paris cafe, 23 year-old Audrey Tautou is utterly captivating. Ditto the movie. There’s magic in it.
Sept. 27
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
“Italian director Sergio Leone tells the story of The Good the Bad and the Ugly more with pictures than words. Examine the masterful scene in the cemetery. A fortune in gold is said to be buried in one of the graves, and three men have assembled, all hoping to get it. The actors are Clint...
Oct 10, 11

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