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Toronto Motorcycle Film Fest: Best of TMFF
This collection of one feature and four shorts represent some of the award-winning and fan-favourite films from the TMFF. If you’ve never had a chance to attend the Festival, or want to see this movies again, now is your chance! Featuring films from around the world, on topics
Aug 22
The Fall of the American Empire
“Charged with alternating currents of droll wit, sardonic cynicism, and socialist-tinged idealism, writer-director Denys Arcand’s The Fall of the American Empire is a richly amusing rumination on the excesses and amorality of capitalism.
July 19-24
Little Shop of Horrors
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July 16
Midnight Cowboy
“Midnight Cowboy stars Jon Voight as Joe Buck: tall, tanned and beautiful but he’s a man with no one, passing through the script of a wretched life.
July 19
Saturday Night Fever
Saturday Night Fever' has become something of a joke, but John Badham's film deserves better than that. Away from the flashing lights of the discotheque, this is dark stuff, littered with racism, violence, date rape and salty dialogue. Lose the dancing, and you could be forgiven for...
July 20 & 22
Shaun of the Dead
“In the London of Shaun Of The Dead, dead-eyed city-dwellers shamble through the streets. Their glazed eyes suggest no purpose beyond mindless repetition. Eventually, some of them even turn into zombies.
July 21
West Wind: the Vision of Tom Thomson
“West Wind is a documentary on the life, art and death of perhaps Canada's most famous painter, Tom Thompson. It's a lovely piece of work from two of the country's most esteemed documentarians, Peter Raymont ( Shake Hands with the Devil) and Michèle Hozer ( Genius Within:...
July 21-24
All is True
"When it comes to Shakespeare movies, you know you’re in good hands with Kenneth Branagh. In All Is True, the British actor and director does double duty in front of and behind the camera, speculating about the Bard’s bittersweet final years. This handsome film is wondefully acted...
July 23, 25
Scotch: A Golden Dream
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July 25
"This fantastical take on musician Elton John is closer to the unconventional Bob Dylan biopic I’m Not There than a straightforward chronicle, which is undoubtedly how the unconventional artist at its center wanted it to be. The story reshuffles reality, especially time and facts, and...
July 26-31
The Last Black Man in San Francisco
“Director Joe Talbot and actor Jimmie Fails, besties since childhood and the most impressive of filmmaking newcomers, expressively co-write (with Rob Richert) one of the year’s most vivid and satisfying movies.
July 26-Aug 1
“A sort of seafaring Battle of the Sexes, Maiden is an enlivening bit of documentary filmmaking about an all-female sailing crew that takes on harsh oceanic conditions and even rougher treatment from the sexist international sailing community.
Aug 2-6
“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
“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.
July 26-Aug 1
“In the land of the Hårga people, the sun never sets. That makes it a strange spot for a person seeking rest, but for Dani (Florence Pugh), the heroine of Ari Aster’s Midsommar, there aren’t many other options.
Aug 2-6
Exhibition On Screen: Van Gogh and Japan
“‘I envy the Japanese’  Van Gogh wrote to his brother Theo. In the exhibition on which this film is based – Van Gogh & Japan at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam – one can see why. Though Vincent van Gogh never visited Japan it is the country that had the most...
Aug 6 & 10
Exhibition On Screen: KLIMT & Schiele: Eros & Psyche
“At the beginning of 1900, Vienna became the unwitting European capital of thought and the arts, in an era destined to end with the First World War and the fall of the Hapsburg Empire.
Aug 13 & 17
Vita & Virginia
“The affair between writers Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West is ripe for a cinematic version. Here are two fiercely intelligent, independent, well-known women sharing their love of language and embarking on a sexual relationship with the full knowledge of their husbands. In the 1920s.
Aug 9-15
“The opening frames of Honeyland are so rustically sumptuous that you wonder, for a second, if they’ve somehow been art-directed.
Aug 17-21
John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
“John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum lives up the standard of its predecessors. Picking up where the previous film left off, it tells the story of how the titular assassin (Keanu Reeves) flees from those who wish to kill him because he is a marked man.
Aug 11-15
The Godfather Part II
“This magnificent sequel, the centerpiece of director Francis Ford Coppola and writer Mario Puzo's 20th Century gangster saga, is still one of the most ambitious and brilliantly executed American films, a landmark work from one of Hollywood's top cinema eras.
Aug 12
Where'd You Go, Bernadette
“Richard Linklater’s Where’d You Go, Bernadette stars Cate Blanchett  in the title role along with Billy Crudup, Kristen Wiig, Emma Nelson, James Urbaniak, Judy Greer, Troian Bellisario, Zoë Chao and Laurence Fishburne. Linklater co-wrote the screenplay with Holly Gent,...
Aug 16-30
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
Donnie Darko
“In 2001, 27-year-old writer-director Richard Kelly created a pop classic of American suburban paranoia in Donnie Darko. This film made Tears for Fears hip (kind of) and had a tremendous discovery in the young Jake Gyllenhaal, playing Donnie, a high-school kid on medication for the symptoms...
Aug 9
Bubba Ho-Tep
“Based on a short story by cult author Joe R. Lansdale, the winning horror-comedy Bubba Ho-tep has a loose, free-associative quality not unlike the popular creative-writing exercise in which one person starts a story, another picks it up after a sentence or two, and so forth.
Aug 16
Woodstock - 50th Anniversary
Part of our Music Mondays series
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 9
New York Cat Film Festival
The NY Cat Film Festival is very much its own animal. Tracie Hotchner, the festival’s founder, regards online pet videos with about as much enthusiasm as a cat might display for a week-old untended litter box. Her festival, now in its second year, features short films, ranging in length from...
Aug 8 & 11
Paris is Burning
“Director Jennie Livingston’s wildly entertaining, deeply humanitarian and fundamentally educational film, Paris is Burning, has been restored and digitally remastered by the UCLA Film and Television Archive in conjunction with the Sundance Institute and Outfest UCLA Legacy Project, and...
Aug 18 & 22
Rush: Cinema Strangiato 2019
“A little more than four years after the Canadian prog-rock legends, Rush, played their final notes together onstage in 2015, fans will have the chance to celebrate the group at worldwide, one-night-only screenings of a new film called Cinema Strangiato.
Aug 21
Time for Ilhan
FREE SCREENING Presented by Councillor Nrinder Nann • Panel discussion to follow screening
July 30
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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