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Today - Wednesday February 22, 2017

1:00pm

Movies for Mommies: 20th Century Women

2016, USA, 119 MINS, 14A

Dir: Mike Mills
Starring: Annette Bening, Elle Fanning, Greta Gerwig

With "20th Century Women," acclaimed filmmaker Mike Mills (the Academy Award®-winning "Beginners") brings us a multilayered, funny, heart-stirring celebration of the complexities of women, family, time, and the connections we search for our whole lives. 

Set in Santa Barbara, the film follows Dorothea Fields (Annette Bening), a determined single mother in her mid-50s who is raising her adolescent son, Jamie (newcomer Lucas Jade Zumann, in a breakout performance) at a moment brimming with cultural change and rebellion. Dorothea enlists the help of two younger women in Jamie’s upbringing – via Abbie (Greta Gerwig), a free-spirited punk artist living as a boarder in the Fields’ home, and Julie (Elle Fanning), a savvy and provocative teenage neighbor.


"20th Century Women" is a poignant love letter to the people who raise us—and the times that form us—as this makeshift family forges fragile connections that will mystify and inspire them through their lives.

- comingsoon.net



6:45pm

Manchester By The Sea

2016, 137 MINS, 14A

Dir: Kenneth Lonergan
Starring: Casey Affleck, Michelle Williams, Kyle Chandler

Nominated for 6 Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Actor

In MANCHESTER BY THE SEA, an uncle is forced to take care of his teenage nephew after the boy’s father dies.

After the death of his older brother Joe, Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck) is shocked that Joe has made him sole guardian of his teenage nephew Patrick. Taking leave of his job as a janitor in Boston, Lee reluctantly returns to Manchester-by-the-Sea, the fishing village where his working-class family has lived for generations. There, he is forced to deal with a past that separated him from his wife, Randi (Michelle Williams), and the community where he was born and raised.



9:30pm

Fences

2016, USA, 139 MINS, PG

Dir: Denzel Washington
Starring: Viola Davis, Denzel Washington

Washington is Troy Maxson, once a Negro Leagues all-star baseballer, then an ex-con, and now an embittered garbageman, stuck in a self-made cage of steely regret and an inability to move forward in life. Viola Davis is his wife Rose, patient with her husband’s gin-fueled tirades but also trapped in a marriage that has incrementally gone rancid. Caught between the two is their teenage son Cory (Adepo), who dreams of breaking through his family’s metaphoric fences via a college football scholarship. And then there’s elder brother Lyons (Hornsby), an aspiring jazz musician who mostly drops by the family home to touch Pops for some cash now and then. For Troy, every day is the same: up at dawn on the back of the garbage truck and home by five, emptying a pint of gin on the backyard stoop with fellow ex-con and friend Bono (Henderson), who mostly sits and listens as Troy rails against the plight of the black working man in a white man’s world while never once facing up to the fact that the mess he’s found himself in is wholly his own creation. In between his lengthy harangues about the unfairness of life, he belittles the dreams and ambitions of his sons and seethes, a manic man aflame with a stoic sort of self-loathing. - Marc Savlov, Austin Chronicle

Thursday February 23, 2017

9:30pm

20th Century Women

2016, USA, 119 MINS, 14A

Dir: Mike Mills
Starring: Annette Bening, Elle Fanning, Greta Gerwig

With "20th Century Women," acclaimed filmmaker Mike Mills (the Academy Award®-winning "Beginners") brings us a multilayered, funny, heart-stirring celebration of the complexities of women, family, time, and the connections we search for our whole lives. 

Set in Santa Barbara, the film follows Dorothea Fields (Annette Bening), a determined single mother in her mid-50s who is raising her adolescent son, Jamie (newcomer Lucas Jade Zumann, in a breakout performance) at a moment brimming with cultural change and rebellion. Dorothea enlists the help of two younger women in Jamie’s upbringing – via Abbie (Greta Gerwig), a free-spirited punk artist living as a boarder in the Fields’ home, and Julie (Elle Fanning), a savvy and provocative teenage neighbor.


"20th Century Women" is a poignant love letter to the people who raise us—and the times that form us—as this makeshift family forges fragile connections that will mystify and inspire them through their lives.

- comingsoon.net

Friday February 24, 2017

7:00pm

Lion

2016, USA/UK/Australia, 118 MINS, PG

Dir: Garth Davis
Starring: Rooney Mara, Dev Patel, Nicole Kidman

It’s the story of a lost boy: a five-year-old Indian called Saroo, who grew up in the 1980s in the area around Khandwa. The film begins with him pilfering lumps of coal off a train with his older brother, Guddu, and selling them to buy food. By the end of the first reel, these two are thousands of miles apart, wholly by mistake.

Left sleeping one night on a railway station bench, Saroo woke up alone and scared, and stumbled onto a decommissioned passenger train. Before he knew it, he was speeding his way to Calcutta, with no one to help, no Bengali to explain, and a place name for his home town that no one at the other end recognised. - Tim Robey, Telegraph



9:30pm

Moonlight

2016, USA, 111 MINS, 14A

Dir: Barry Jenkins
Starring: Naomie Harris, Alex R. Hibbert, Ashton Sanders, Duan Sanderson, Herman 'Caheei McGloun, Jaden Piner, Janelle Monáe, Mahershala Ali, Shariff Earp

Nominated for 8 Academy Awards, including Best Picture!

MOONLIGHT is an astonishing testament to the power of empathy and love. 

A timeless story of human connection and self-discovery, MOONLIGHT chronicles the life of a young black man from childhood to adulthood as he struggles to find his place in the world while growing up in a rough neighborhood of Miami. At once a vital portrait of contemporary African American life and an intensely personal and poetic meditation on identity, family, friendship, and love, MOONLIGHT is a groundbreaking piece of cinema that reverberates with deep compassion and universal truths. Anchored by extraordinary performances from a tremendous ensemble cast, Jenkins’s staggering, singular vision is profoundly moving in its portrayal of the moments, people, and unknowable forces that shape our lives and make us who we are. 




Saturday February 25, 2017

2:00pm

Moana 3D

2016, USA, 107 MINS, PG

Dir: Don Hall, Chris Williams, John Musker, Ron Clements
Starring: Dwayne Johnson, Naomi Sequeira, Auli'i Cravalho

On the island of Motunui, 16-year-old Moana (newcomer Auli’i Cravalho) spends her days dreaming about a life lived out at sea. The daughter of the chief of the tribe, she is destined to continue the proud traditions of her ancestors. Much like her eccentric Gramma Tala (Rachel House), however, she values the water over the land, to the point where she forms a spiritual, often intimate relationship with her salty surroundings. She knows the tides are tough and that her travels won’t be easy, but she’s bold, persistent and head-strong all the same. And in the midst of her island crumbling on account of its missing Heart of Te Fiti, Moana volunteers to find the demigod that stole it, Maui (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson), in order to rescue her people. Maui, of course, is stubborn, reluctant and bull-headed in his storied ways, even when stranded and abandoned by the gods that once guided him, but Moana doesn’t give up on a challenge easily. Together, they’ll begrudgingly sail the South Pacific, learning gradually that they’ll need to work with one another to save the world as they know it, whether Maui likes it or not. - Will Ashton, The Playlist

4:15pm

Lion

2016, USA/UK/Australia, 118 MINS, PG

Dir: Garth Davis
Starring: Rooney Mara, Dev Patel, Nicole Kidman

It’s the story of a lost boy: a five-year-old Indian called Saroo, who grew up in the 1980s in the area around Khandwa. The film begins with him pilfering lumps of coal off a train with his older brother, Guddu, and selling them to buy food. By the end of the first reel, these two are thousands of miles apart, wholly by mistake.

Left sleeping one night on a railway station bench, Saroo woke up alone and scared, and stumbled onto a decommissioned passenger train. Before he knew it, he was speeding his way to Calcutta, with no one to help, no Bengali to explain, and a place name for his home town that no one at the other end recognised. - Tim Robey, Telegraph



7:00pm

Lion

2016, USA/UK/Australia, 118 MINS, PG

Dir: Garth Davis
Starring: Rooney Mara, Dev Patel, Nicole Kidman

It’s the story of a lost boy: a five-year-old Indian called Saroo, who grew up in the 1980s in the area around Khandwa. The film begins with him pilfering lumps of coal off a train with his older brother, Guddu, and selling them to buy food. By the end of the first reel, these two are thousands of miles apart, wholly by mistake.

Left sleeping one night on a railway station bench, Saroo woke up alone and scared, and stumbled onto a decommissioned passenger train. Before he knew it, he was speeding his way to Calcutta, with no one to help, no Bengali to explain, and a place name for his home town that no one at the other end recognised. - Tim Robey, Telegraph



9:30pm

Toni Erdmann

2016, Austrian, 162 MINS, 14A

Dir: Maren Ade
Starring: Peter Simonischek, Sandra Hüller

Winfried Conradi, a lonely, divorced and older man, disguises himself as Toni Erdmann, a business type with a ridiculous wig and fake dollar-store teeth. Estranged from his daughter, Ines, who works for a consulting firm that is helping to outsource Romanian jobs, Winfried implants himself in the middle of her cold, one-percenter lifestyle.

Winfried is lonely and his daughter lacks guidance. They need each other but they can’t connect. Through the façade and the distance of the caricature that Winfried creates, there is potential for reconciliation and liberation: reconciliation for a strained parental relationship and liberation from conditional friendships. - Josh Cabrita, We Got This Covered



Sunday February 26, 2017

1:45pm

Moana 3D

2016, USA, 107 MINS, PG

Dir: Don Hall, Chris Williams, John Musker, Ron Clements
Starring: Dwayne Johnson, Naomi Sequeira, Auli'i Cravalho

On the island of Motunui, 16-year-old Moana (newcomer Auli’i Cravalho) spends her days dreaming about a life lived out at sea. The daughter of the chief of the tribe, she is destined to continue the proud traditions of her ancestors. Much like her eccentric Gramma Tala (Rachel House), however, she values the water over the land, to the point where she forms a spiritual, often intimate relationship with her salty surroundings. She knows the tides are tough and that her travels won’t be easy, but she’s bold, persistent and head-strong all the same. And in the midst of her island crumbling on account of its missing Heart of Te Fiti, Moana volunteers to find the demigod that stole it, Maui (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson), in order to rescue her people. Maui, of course, is stubborn, reluctant and bull-headed in his storied ways, even when stranded and abandoned by the gods that once guided him, but Moana doesn’t give up on a challenge easily. Together, they’ll begrudgingly sail the South Pacific, learning gradually that they’ll need to work with one another to save the world as they know it, whether Maui likes it or not. - Will Ashton, The Playlist

4:00pm

Lion

2016, USA/UK/Australia, 118 MINS, PG

Dir: Garth Davis
Starring: Rooney Mara, Dev Patel, Nicole Kidman

It’s the story of a lost boy: a five-year-old Indian called Saroo, who grew up in the 1980s in the area around Khandwa. The film begins with him pilfering lumps of coal off a train with his older brother, Guddu, and selling them to buy food. By the end of the first reel, these two are thousands of miles apart, wholly by mistake.

Left sleeping one night on a railway station bench, Saroo woke up alone and scared, and stumbled onto a decommissioned passenger train. Before he knew it, he was speeding his way to Calcutta, with no one to help, no Bengali to explain, and a place name for his home town that no one at the other end recognised. - Tim Robey, Telegraph



7:00pm

89th Annual Academy Awards Live Broadcast

2017, 0 MINS, G

With so many phenomenal movies/performances this past year, we've got an event you don't want to miss! So join us for our LIVE screening of the 89th Annual Academy Awards! The show starts at 7pm for the red carpet pre-show and we’ll be showing the broadcast all the way to the finale!

With Oscar Bingo and awards/prizes for Best Dressed, Best Impression and more, you'll want to invite all your friends for this night of fun and film!

While this is a free event, this year the Fox will again be accepting donations for the AIDS Committee of Toronto. Any amount will be greatly appreciated and 100% of the proceeds will go to ACT.

Monday February 27, 2017

6:45pm

Lion

2016, USA/UK/Australia, 118 MINS, PG

Dir: Garth Davis
Starring: Rooney Mara, Dev Patel, Nicole Kidman

It’s the story of a lost boy: a five-year-old Indian called Saroo, who grew up in the 1980s in the area around Khandwa. The film begins with him pilfering lumps of coal off a train with his older brother, Guddu, and selling them to buy food. By the end of the first reel, these two are thousands of miles apart, wholly by mistake.

Left sleeping one night on a railway station bench, Saroo woke up alone and scared, and stumbled onto a decommissioned passenger train. Before he knew it, he was speeding his way to Calcutta, with no one to help, no Bengali to explain, and a place name for his home town that no one at the other end recognised. - Tim Robey, Telegraph



9:15pm

Toni Erdmann

2016, Austrian, 162 MINS, 14A

Dir: Maren Ade
Starring: Peter Simonischek, Sandra Hüller

Winfried Conradi, a lonely, divorced and older man, disguises himself as Toni Erdmann, a business type with a ridiculous wig and fake dollar-store teeth. Estranged from his daughter, Ines, who works for a consulting firm that is helping to outsource Romanian jobs, Winfried implants himself in the middle of her cold, one-percenter lifestyle.

Winfried is lonely and his daughter lacks guidance. They need each other but they can’t connect. Through the façade and the distance of the caricature that Winfried creates, there is potential for reconciliation and liberation: reconciliation for a strained parental relationship and liberation from conditional friendships. - Josh Cabrita, We Got This Covered



Tuesday February 28, 2017

6:45pm

Lion

2016, USA/UK/Australia, 118 MINS, PG

Dir: Garth Davis
Starring: Rooney Mara, Dev Patel, Nicole Kidman

It’s the story of a lost boy: a five-year-old Indian called Saroo, who grew up in the 1980s in the area around Khandwa. The film begins with him pilfering lumps of coal off a train with his older brother, Guddu, and selling them to buy food. By the end of the first reel, these two are thousands of miles apart, wholly by mistake.

Left sleeping one night on a railway station bench, Saroo woke up alone and scared, and stumbled onto a decommissioned passenger train. Before he knew it, he was speeding his way to Calcutta, with no one to help, no Bengali to explain, and a place name for his home town that no one at the other end recognised. - Tim Robey, Telegraph



9:15pm

Moonlight

2016, USA, 111 MINS, 14A

Dir: Barry Jenkins
Starring: Naomie Harris, Alex R. Hibbert, Ashton Sanders, Duan Sanderson, Herman 'Caheei McGloun, Jaden Piner, Janelle Monáe, Mahershala Ali, Shariff Earp

Nominated for 8 Academy Awards, including Best Picture!

MOONLIGHT is an astonishing testament to the power of empathy and love. 

A timeless story of human connection and self-discovery, MOONLIGHT chronicles the life of a young black man from childhood to adulthood as he struggles to find his place in the world while growing up in a rough neighborhood of Miami. At once a vital portrait of contemporary African American life and an intensely personal and poetic meditation on identity, family, friendship, and love, MOONLIGHT is a groundbreaking piece of cinema that reverberates with deep compassion and universal truths. Anchored by extraordinary performances from a tremendous ensemble cast, Jenkins’s staggering, singular vision is profoundly moving in its portrayal of the moments, people, and unknowable forces that shape our lives and make us who we are. 




Wednesday March 1, 2017

6:45pm

Lion

2016, USA/UK/Australia, 118 MINS, PG

Dir: Garth Davis
Starring: Rooney Mara, Dev Patel, Nicole Kidman

It’s the story of a lost boy: a five-year-old Indian called Saroo, who grew up in the 1980s in the area around Khandwa. The film begins with him pilfering lumps of coal off a train with his older brother, Guddu, and selling them to buy food. By the end of the first reel, these two are thousands of miles apart, wholly by mistake.

Left sleeping one night on a railway station bench, Saroo woke up alone and scared, and stumbled onto a decommissioned passenger train. Before he knew it, he was speeding his way to Calcutta, with no one to help, no Bengali to explain, and a place name for his home town that no one at the other end recognised. - Tim Robey, Telegraph



9:15pm

Toni Erdmann

2016, Austrian, 162 MINS, 14A

Dir: Maren Ade
Starring: Peter Simonischek, Sandra Hüller

Winfried Conradi, a lonely, divorced and older man, disguises himself as Toni Erdmann, a business type with a ridiculous wig and fake dollar-store teeth. Estranged from his daughter, Ines, who works for a consulting firm that is helping to outsource Romanian jobs, Winfried implants himself in the middle of her cold, one-percenter lifestyle.

Winfried is lonely and his daughter lacks guidance. They need each other but they can’t connect. Through the façade and the distance of the caricature that Winfried creates, there is potential for reconciliation and liberation: reconciliation for a strained parental relationship and liberation from conditional friendships. - Josh Cabrita, We Got This Covered



Thursday March 2, 2017

6:45pm

Lion

2016, USA/UK/Australia, 118 MINS, PG

Dir: Garth Davis
Starring: Rooney Mara, Dev Patel, Nicole Kidman

It’s the story of a lost boy: a five-year-old Indian called Saroo, who grew up in the 1980s in the area around Khandwa. The film begins with him pilfering lumps of coal off a train with his older brother, Guddu, and selling them to buy food. By the end of the first reel, these two are thousands of miles apart, wholly by mistake.

Left sleeping one night on a railway station bench, Saroo woke up alone and scared, and stumbled onto a decommissioned passenger train. Before he knew it, he was speeding his way to Calcutta, with no one to help, no Bengali to explain, and a place name for his home town that no one at the other end recognised. - Tim Robey, Telegraph



9:15pm

Toni Erdmann

2016, Austrian, 162 MINS, 14A

Dir: Maren Ade
Starring: Peter Simonischek, Sandra Hüller

Winfried Conradi, a lonely, divorced and older man, disguises himself as Toni Erdmann, a business type with a ridiculous wig and fake dollar-store teeth. Estranged from his daughter, Ines, who works for a consulting firm that is helping to outsource Romanian jobs, Winfried implants himself in the middle of her cold, one-percenter lifestyle.

Winfried is lonely and his daughter lacks guidance. They need each other but they can’t connect. Through the façade and the distance of the caricature that Winfried creates, there is potential for reconciliation and liberation: reconciliation for a strained parental relationship and liberation from conditional friendships. - Josh Cabrita, We Got This Covered



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