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Expo 67: Mission Impossible
“The title may seem grandiose but it’s surprisingly apt. Little known fact: Montreal lost its third bid to hold a World’s Fair in March 1960 to Moscow (by one vote!) only to be awarded it in November 1962 when the Russian capital withdrew.
Oct 28
Margaret Atwood: A Word After A Word After A Word Is Power
Meet the director! Nancy Lang in attendance Nov 8 7PM (Waterloo only) Margaret Atwood has never been more relevant than she is today. Readers are turning to her work as they face the rise of authoritarian politics, rapidly evolving technologies, and the slow-motion disaster of climate change. Her...
Nov 8-14
“Alejandro Landes’ astonishing Monos, seeps in through the skin like a sweet, druggy sickness — the kind that heightens and sharpens your dreams even as it scrambles them, making the brights brighter and the darks darker, while keeping you feverishly uncertain about whether the...
Nov 16-20
Young Frankenstein
“Young Frederick Frankenstein, grandson of the count who started it all, returns by rail to his ancestral home. As the train pulls into the station, he spots a kid on the platform, lowers the window and asks, ‘Pardon me, boy; is this the Transylvania Station?’
Oct 27 & 31
Rosemary’s Baby
“Released at a time when horror mostly meant Vincent Price in a goofy cape, Roman Polanski’s realistic supernatural drama was a transfusion of thick, urbane blood. Much of the movie’s revolutionary impact should be credited to the city itself: The Dakota looms menacingly, every...
Oct 28 & 29
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
The Camino Voyage
‘Early on in The Camino Voyage writer, poet, adventurer Danny Sheehy says: ‘If you're sensible all the time you'd never do anything.’ He is at that point a man in his sixties sailing in a small boat from Ireland, along the west coast of France and down to Santiago in...
Oct 26
Greener Grass
“Greener Grass is an odd and wonderfully upbeat absurdist take on the American dream from improv comedians turned independent filmmakers Jocelyn DeBoer and Dawn Luebbe, who’ve imagined an upper-middle-class community where domestic bliss always seems to be just one lifestyle tweak away.
Nov 2-5
"An exhilarating and furious indictment of class struggle, Parasite might be the masterpiece South Korea's Bong Joon-ho has been working toward his entire career.
Nov 1-14
Pain & Glory
“Pedro Almodóvar has found a more intensely personal register than ever for his tender new movie about an ageing film director in retreat from his profession, facing ill health, depression and the decline of his powers.
Nov 8-13
“Director Brian De Palma and screenwriter Oliver Stone cleverly transpose the action to Fidel Castro's ‘Mariel’ expulsion of jailbirds from Cuba in 1980 in Scarface.
Nov 6
Galaxy Quest
Introduced by Singer-songwriter Garnet Rogers! “An inspired spoof of and tribute to Star Trek, Galaxy Quest stars Tim Allen as the one-time star of the long-canceled, cultishly adored science-fiction show of the title, the captain of a fictional starship whose crew now finds its steadiest...
Nov 14
The Irishman
“Sinful and sorrowful. Those affecting words from a young priest's prayer are loaded with contemplative weight when repeated by Robert De Niro as Frank Sheeran, living out his days in the solitude of a Catholic retirement home.
Nov 22-28
“Judy isn’t a biopic; it takes place over only a few months, in the final year of Judy Garland’s life. Broke, divorced and deeply in debt in 1968, Garland reluctantly agreed to leave her children and travel to London to perform a series of concerts at a swanky nightclub.
Nov 17-21
Depeche Mode Spirit in the Forest
Depeche Mode, Spirits in the Forest, will trace the stories of six of the group’s fans who live all over the world, as they journey to a concert by the band in Berlin.
Nov 21
Fleabag - National Theatre Live
See the hilarious, award-winning, one-woman show that inspired the BBC’s hitTV series Fleabag, captured live to cinemas from London’sWest End.Written and performed by PhoebeWaller-Bridge (Fleabag, Killing Eve) and directed by Vicky Jones, Fleabag is a riproaring look at some sort of...
Nov 23 & 24
Marriage Story
"Marriage Story offers a tricky proposition. Come for the charms of Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson and stay for a thorough evisceration of both.
Starts Nov 29
The Lighthouse
"You can almost taste the salt on your lips in the new psychological horror from Robert Eggers (‘The Witch’) that will leave even the sturdiest of sea legs shaking.

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