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Best F(r)iends
Double-bill with Best F(r)iends Vol 2, with special video introduction by Greg Sestero. “Lest you dismiss Tommy Wiseau as a one-trick pony, know that the writer, director, producer, and star of The Room is back with a new project.
Aug 23
Best F[r]iends: Volume 2
“More than 15 years since the cult phenomenon, The Room, premiered Tommy Wiseau is back with Greg Sestero in Best F(r)iends Volume One and Two. Technically this is just the one story split into two movies, but the return of the duo on-screen has been hotly anticipated by The Room fans for...
Aug 23
"If you want to feel joy, head straight to Yesterday. It’s a heartfelt and humorous tale from Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire) and screenwriter Richard Curtis (Love, Actually) about a struggling musician (Himesh Patel) who wakes up in an alternate reality where he...
Starts Aug 30
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
After a career of celebrating, dismantling, and reviving every corner of cinema history he can find, master filmmaker and provocateur Quentin Tarantino finally turns his attention to the movie business itself.
“Luciano Pavarotti stands out among opera singers in the late 20th century. A big man with an amazing voice, a lack of discipline undermined his oversized abilities; internationally famous, he had little interest in bringing new audiences to the opera house, instead going for the big bucks in...
Aug 10-15
Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love
Return engagement! “The Greek island of Hydra was Eden for a group of 1960s free-love artists and intellectuals who flocked to an idyllic paradise with sun-dappled beaches, cheap living and plentiful mind-expanding drugs to turn on, tune in, drop out.
Sept 6-9
After The Wedding
“After the Wedding is a sharp new English-language remake of the Oscar-nominated Danish drama of the same name by director Susanne Bier.
Aug 30-Sept 5
The Farewell
“‘Based on an actual lie’ is writer-director Lulu Wang’s way of introducing her (actually true) story; a sly title card to qualify the bittersweet dramedy of deception that follows.
Aug 23-Sept 1
New York Dog Film Festival
The NY Dog Film Festival is an annual celebration of the love between dogs and their people,  through short films from around the world that inspire, educate and entertain, benefiting local animal welfare groups that bring people and pets together. Tracie Hotchner, a Vermont author and radio...
Aug 24 & 26
Exhibition on Screen Young Picasso
“The Exhibition on Screen strand makes one of its occasional forays into the 20th century with this account of the early years of one of modernism’s founding fathers.
Aug 20, 21, & 24
Gimme Shelter
“It’s not an exaggeration to say Albert and David Maysles‘ famous documentary Gimme Shelter about the Rolling Stone‘s ill-fated free concert at the Altamont Speedway, is the best rock film ever made. It is.
Aug 26
Rush: Cinema Strangiato 2019
*** With a MUST SEE musical introduction! Local Hamilton singer/songwriter Jacob Moon has had the honour of performing and working with his heroes from the band RUSH many times over the years. The Playhouse welcomes Jacob to perform some renditions of your favourite RUSH classics to kick off the...
Aug 21
David Crosby: Remember My Name
“In David Crosby: Remember My Name, A.J. Eaton’s moving and elegiac rock-nostalgia documentary, David Crosby appears before us as an older and wiser hippie troubadour, his signature long locks and frontier mustache now white, his spirit chastened but still keyed to the muse of his holy...
Sept 4 & 5
“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.
“There are certain science-fiction films, such as Blade Runner and Kubrick's 2001, that are so well realized that they can influence the genre for decades to come. Now Akira has been around for some 30 years, we have seen how long a shadow it has cast not only over science fiction but...

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