Princess Mononoke (Subtitled)

Hayao Miyazaki is one of Japan’s greatest and most influential animation directors and storytellers, whose whimsical and breathtaking works have won critical and popular acclaim. We are excited to bring his films back to the big screen throughout May & June! Prince Ashitaka is forced to leave his home after a corrupt demon burdens him … Read more

Prince of Darkness

Time for some springtime spooks courtesy of Master of Horror John Carpenter (a Fox staff and audience favourite!) The second film of his “Apocalypse Trilogy” (between “The Thing” and “In the Mouth of Madness”) finds a quantum physics professor, his students, and a priest holed up in a monastery, investigating an enormous glowing tube of … Read more

Interactive! Monty Python and the Holy Grail – SOLD OUT!

Join us for our Interactive! series, where we transform your fave movies into new, exciting experiences. This sing-along/gallop-along features bags full of imaginative props, a list of audience-led prompts and shout outs – a surefire way to make a movie unforgettable. You’ll even get a pair of coconut halves to clip-clop along with the Knights … Read more

I Don’t Know Who You Are with Writer-Director Q&A

ONE NIGHT ONLY – Join us for a special screening of “I Don’t Know Who You Are” followed by a Q&A with writer-director M.H. Murray’s. After a sexual assault, Toronto musician Benjamin (Mark Clennon) must pull together the money for HIV-preventive PEP treatment in the event that he’s been exposed to the virus — while … Read more

High Tea Cinema: Austenland

Our latest edition of High Tea Cinema falls on Mother’s Day and we think the best gift you could give to every mother you know is the chance to sit in the dark with some tea and a scone, and go on a cinematic trip filled with Regency romance! Keri Russell stars as Jane Hayes, … Read more

Cinema Slumber Party: Clueless

Get ready to put on your most fashionable pyjamas and make a cameo at the coolest slumber party of the season where, for one glorious night, we’ll all become part of the Class of ’95 at Bronson Alcott High School. Upbeat, spunky and downright hilarious, this classic from director Amy Heckerling has become one of … Read more