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Calgary - 12:00 PM

Title

Double Happiness

Venue Details
Bow Valley College, Room N124
345 6th Ave. SE
Calgary, AB T2G 4S6
Hosted By
Bow Valley College
Additional Details
  • Free Screening


Double Happiness - Directed by: Mina Shum

Jade Li (Sandra Oh) is a feisty, 20-something, trying to achieve that happy medium between respecting her very traditional Chinese parents’ wishes about her future, and fulfilling her own Canadian dreams and desires – an elusive “double happiness”.

Calgary - 7:00 PM

Title

Breakaway

Venue Details
Hosted By
Calgary Economic Development
Additional Details
  • Invitation Only


Breakaway - Directed by: Robert Lieberman

Raj is a Sikh-Canadian struggling to balance the wishes of his traditional family and his own true passion for hockey. A cross-cultural story of self-discovery, Breakaway is a heartwarming, action-filled comedy, bringing a dash of Bollywood to Canada’s favourite sport.

Edmonton - 4:00 PM

Title

One Week

Venue Details
Landmark Cinemas 8 City Centre Edmonton
10200 102nd Avenue
Edmonton, AB T5J 4B7
Hosted By
Landmark Cinemas
Additional Details
  • Free Screening


One Week - Directed by: Michael McGowan

Ben Tyler (Joshua Jackson) is a young guy with a comfortable life, a good job as an English teacher and a sensible fiancée, Samantha (Liane Balaban), when his doctor unexpectedly tells him he’s got cancer, and “maybe two years, maybe one week” to live. Ben’s only chance is to start treatment immediately, but he decides to buy a motorcycle and head out west instead.

A classic road trip movie featuring lots of Canadian icons (like Gord Downie of The Tragically Hip), One Week follows Ben’s journey from Toronto to Tofino. Along the way, Ben makes new friends, reevaluates his life, his job and his upcoming marriage. As his fiancée and family back home struggle to understand his decision, Ben rediscovers himself, reawakens his old passion for writing and ultimately learns to appreciate life.

Fort McMurray - 8:00 PM

Title

Trailer Park Boys: The Movie

Venue Details
Keyano College - Bob Lamb Bldg
8115 Franklin Ave
Fort McMurray, AB T9H 2H7
Hosted By
Fort McMurray Filmmakers Association
Additional Details
  • Free Screening

The short, The Cat Came Back, will also be screened


Trailer Park Boys: The Movie - Directed by: Mike Clattenburg

The boys get arrested for robbing an ATM and spend 18 months in jail. When they get out, they decide to pull off 'The Big Dirty'—which is to steal a large amount of coins because they are untraceable—and quit their life of crime forever.

Fort McMurray - 4:00 PM

Title

Bon Cop, Bad Cop

Venue Details
Landmark Cinemas 6 Fort McMurray
10015 Manning Avenue
Fort McMurray, AB T9H 2C2
Hosted By
Landmark Cinemas
Additional Details
  • Free Screening


Bon Cop, Bad Cop - Directed by: Erik Canuel

A box-office smash, Bon Cop, Bad Cop is an action-packed comedy about two policemen who are thrown together to solve a crime committed on the border between Quebec and Ontario.

Ward (Feore) and Boucher (Huard) couldn’t be more different: one is an English-speaker from Toronto, the other is a French-speaker from Montreal; one never deviates from established procedure, the other is a rebel who refuses to play by the rules. The detectives soon learn that if they are to solve this lurid crime, which is linked to the world of hockey, they need to stop bickering and work together.

With uproarious performances from both leads, Bon Cop, Bad Cop is a genuinely clever take on the buddy cop genre that will keep you captivated throughout.

Grande Prairie - 4:00 PM

Title

Passchendaele

Venue Details
Landmark Cinemas Grande Prairie, Jan
9820 -100th Avenue
Grande Prairie, AB T8V 0T8
Hosted By
Landmark Cinemas
Additional Details
  • Free Screening


Passchendaele - Directed by: Paul Gross

Set during the height of the First World War, Passchendaele tells the story of an important event in Canadian history through the eyes of Sergeant Michael Dunne (Gross), a soldier who is wounded in France and returns to Calgary emotionally and physically scarred.

While recovering, Dunne meets Sarah (Dhavernas) and becomes determined to win her heart. When Sarah’s young asthmatic brother David (Dinicol) enlists to f ight in the war, Michael returns to the battlefield to protect him. The two men are sent to fight against impossible odds in the battle of Passchendaele.

A film about passion, courage, dedication and love, Passchendaele shows us the enormous price Canadians paid during the Great War.

The film won six Genies, including Best Picture and Best Actor, for Paul Gross.

Jasper - 2:00 PM

Title

Selected NFB Shorts

Venue Details
SnowDome Cafe
Jasper National Park
607 Patricia St
Jasper, AB T0E 1E0
Hosted By
Jasper Community Habitat for the Arts
Additional Details
  • Free Screening

The following shorts from the National Film Board's "Best of the Best" series will be shown:
A Chairy Tale
George and Rosemary
Strings
Bob’s Birthday
The Street
Walking
Pas de Deux The Romance of Transportation in Canada
The Drag
The Family That Dwelt Apart


Selected NFB Shorts - Directed by: Various

Jasper - 7:00 PM

Title

Bye Bye Blues

Venue Details
Alpine Summit Lodge
509 Turret Street
Jasper, AB T0E 1E0
Hosted By
Jasper Community Habitat for the Arts
Additional Details
  • Free Screening


Bye Bye Blues - Directed by: Anne Wheeler

Based on the wartime experiences of director Anne Wheeler’s mother, this is a story about a WWII wife and mother who joins a local dance band to provide for her family when her domineering husband is called to war and captured in a Japanese POW camp. As the band's popularity grows, she becomes increasingly confident and independent. A romantic spark with a fellow band member makes her further question her commitment to her missing spouse.

Lethbridge - 3:30 PM

Title

Passchendaele

Venue Details
Galaxy Cinemas Lethbridge
501-1st Avenue South West
Lethbridge, AB T1J 0A1
Hosted By
Cineplex
Additional Details
  • Free Screening


Passchendaele - Directed by: Paul Gross

Set during the height of the First World War, Passchendaele tells the story of an important event in Canadian history through the eyes of Sergeant Michael Dunne (Gross), a soldier who is wounded in France and returns to Calgary emotionally and physically scarred.

While recovering, Dunne meets Sarah (Dhavernas) and becomes determined to win her heart. When Sarah’s young asthmatic brother David (Dinicol) enlists to fight in the war, Michael returns to the battlefield to protect him. The two men are sent to fight against impossible odds in the battle of Passchendaele.

A film about passion, courage, dedication and love, Passchendaele shows us the enormous price Canadians paid during the Great War.

The film won six Genies, including Best Picture and Best Actor, for Paul Gross.

Red Deer - 1:25 PM, 7:20 PM, 10:10 PM

Title

Enemy

Venue Details
Carnival Cinemas
5402 47th Street
Red Deer, AB T4N 6Z4
Hosted By
Additional Details


    Enemy - Directed by: Denis Villeneuve

    Adam Bell (Jake Gyllenhaal) is a glum, disheveled history professor, who spots his exact double in a movie – a bit-part actor named Anthony Clair. When Adam decides to track him down, the identical men’s lives become bizarrely and irrevocably intertwined.


    Campbell River - 4:00 PM

    Title

    Sisters & Brothers

    Venue Details
    Landmark Cinemas 5 Campbell River
    300-489 Dogwood Street
    Campbell River, BC V9W 6K6
    Hosted By
    Landmark Cinemas
    Additional Details
    • Free Screening


    Sisters & Brothers - Directed by: Carl Bessai

    A Hollywood heartthrob, an LA-bound actress, and a schizophrenic who refuses to take his medication cause problems for their siblings in this ensemble comedy. A rich and hilarious journey through siblinghood’s love and dysfunction, this bracingly funny look into the lives of four sets of siblings is the third installment of Carl Bessai’s familial trilogy.

    Dawson Creek - 4:00 PM

    Title

    Bon Cop, Bad Cop

    Venue Details
    Landmark Cinemas Dawson Creek
    648 – 103rd Avenue
    Dawson Creek, BC V1G 2E8
    Hosted By
    Landmark Cinemas
    Additional Details
    • Free Screening


    Bon Cop, Bad Cop - Directed by: Erik Canuel

    A box-office smash, Bon Cop, Bad Cop is an action-packed comedy about two policemen who are thrown together to solve a crime committed on the border between Quebec and Ontario.

    Ward (Feore) and Boucher (Huard) couldn’t be more different: one is an English-speaker from Toronto, the other is a French-speaker from Montreal; one never deviates from established procedure, the other is a rebel who refuses to play by the rules. The detectives soon learn that if they are to solve this lurid crime, which is linked to the world of hockey, they need to stop bickering and work together.

    With uproarious performances from both leads, Bon Cop, Bad Cop is a genuinely clever take on the buddy cop genre that will keep you captivated throughout.

    Kelowna - 4:00 PM

    Title

    C.R.A.Z.Y.

    Venue Details
    Famous Players Orchard Plaza 5 Cinemas
    160-1876 Cooper Road
    Kelowna, BC V1Y 9N6
    Hosted By
    Cineplex
    Additional Details
    • Free Screening


    C.R.A.Z.Y. - Directed by: Jean-Marc Vallée

    A box-off ice blockbuster and the winner of a whopping 11 Genies, C.R.A.Z.Y. is an infectious, entertaining coming-of-age drama. When Zac Beaulieu (Grondin) is born on December 25, 1960, it becomes clear that he is different from his four brothers. He vies desperately for attention and acceptance from both of his parents, but in particular, from his loving and old-fashioned father, Gervais (Côté).

    The f ilm follows Zac over the next 30 years, as life takes him on an epic journey to come to grips with his sexual identity. Buoyed by a vibrant soundtrack, C.R.A.Z.Y. boasts countless moments of true movie magic. It is at once a poignant and personal auteur f ilm and a crowd-pleaser.

    Vancouver - 6:30 PM

    Title

    We Are Here

    Venue Details
    Vancity Theatre
    1181 Seymour St
    Vancouver, BC V6B 2E8
    Hosted By
    Vancouver International Film Festival
    Additional Details


      We Are Here - Directed by: Francine Zuckerman

      A poignant cinematic look at the attempt to revive Jewish life in Poland since the Holocaust, this documentary details the difficulty of constructing a new Polish-Jewish identity.

      Vancouver - 8:30 PM

      Title

      Neurons to Nirvana

      Venue Details
      Vancity Theatre
      1181 Seymour St
      Vancouver, BC V6B 2E8
      Hosted By
      Vancouver International Film Festival
      Additional Details


        Neurons to Nirvana - Directed by: Oliver Hockenhull

        Through interviews with the world’s foremost researchers, writers, psychologists and pioneers in psychedelic psychotherapy, this fascinating doc explores the history of five powerful psychedelic substances and their now-established medicinal potential.

        Vancouver - 7:00 PM

        Title

        Reaching Blue

        Venue Details
        Cinematheque Theatre
        1131 Howe Street
        Vancouver, BC V6Z 2L7
        Hosted By
        Ocean Networks Canada
        Additional Details

          Other shorts will also be screened: Twenty-Eight Feet, Well Fished and The Questions We Ask.


          Reaching Blue - Directed by: Ian Hinkle

          With imagery from fifteen cinematographers, Reaching Blue explores the Salish Sea to expose the changes our coastal waters face, and connect to our world’s oceans. Do we have the knowledge and technology required to understand ocean change before time runs out?

          Vancouver

          Title

          Double Happiness

          Venue Details
          This is not a public event.
          Hosted By
          REEL CANADA
          Additional Details
          • This is a REEL CANADA School Screening

          With director Mina Shum in attendance. Miyoung Lee from CBC will also be in attendance.


          Double Happiness - Directed by: Mina Shum

          Jade Li (Sandra Oh) is a feisty, 20-something, trying to achieve that happy medium between respecting her very traditional Chinese parents’ wishes about her future, and fulfilling her own Canadian dreams and desires – an elusive “double happiness”.

          Victoria - 7:00 PM

          Title

          Rhymes for Young Ghouls

          Venue Details
          The Vic Theatre
          808 Douglas St.
          Victoria, BC V8W 2B6
          Hosted By
          The Vic Theatre
          Additional Details


            Rhymes for Young Ghouls - Directed by: Jeff Barnaby

            Guided by the spirits of her departed mother and brother, an Aboriginal teenager plots revenge against a sadistic government official on her Rez, in this poignant and innovative indictment of the abuses suffered in the residential schools system.

            Victoria - 7:00 PM

            Title

            Horses in Winter

            Venue Details
            CineVic Society of Independent Filmmakers
            1119 Fort St.
            Victoria, BC V8V 3K9
            Hosted By
            CineVic Society of Independent Filmmakers
            Additional Details
            • Free Screening

            RSVP to office@cinevic.ca.


            Horses in Winter - Directed by: Rick Raxlen and Patrick Vallely

            Through the eyes of a child, we experience the anxiety of half-understood events and feelings of powerlessness. This film juxtaposes an eight year old's last summer at the cottage with his adult self's more complicated existence. Horses in Winter will screen with clips from Leaving Montreal Behind.

            Whistler - 7:30 PM

            Title

            Watermark

            Venue Details
            Whistler Public Library
            329 Main Street
            Whistler, BC V0N 1B4
            Hosted By
            Whistler Film Festival
            Additional Details
            • Free Screening


            Watermark - Directed by: Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky

            This beautifully shot documentary is the second collaboration after Manufactured Landscapes from this award-winning team. The film brings together diverse stories from around the globe about our relationship with water: how we are drawn to it, what we learn from it, how we use it and the consequences of that use.


            Manitoba

            Brandon | Flin Flon | Winkler | Winnipeg |

            Brandon - 4:00 PM

            Title

            Meatballs

            Venue Details
            Landmark Cinemas 9 Brandon
            Unit 100 - 1570 18th St
            Brandon, MB R7A 5C5
            Hosted By
            Landmark Cinemas
            Additional Details
            • Free Screening


            Meatballs - Directed by: Ivan Reitman

            This ode to summer camp is a true Canadian classic and features Bill Murray in his first starring role. Here, he’s Tripper Harrison, a prankster and seducer who can’t help teasing his boss and the counsellors at the nearby rich kids camp.

            Everyone, including Tripper, is sick and tired of perennially losing the Camp Olympics. It’s only by encouraging all campers to try their hardest, including young Rudy (Makepeace) who has self-esteem issues, that Tripper and his troops can hope to emerge triumphant. Full of wacky pranks, lively hi-jinx and a lot of touching moments, Meatballs is sure to entertain audiences of all ages.

            Flin Flon - 7:00 PM

            Title

            The Red Violin

            Venue Details
            Hapnot Collegiate’s DOROTHY ASH THEATRE
            115 Green St
            Flin Flon, MB R8A 0P7
            Hosted By
            Central Canada Film Group
            Flin Flon Arts Council
            Additional Details


              The Red Violin - Directed by: François Girard

              Girard and McKellar’s The Red Violin tells the tale of a very special instrument — a perfectly crafted 17th-century violin finished with a mysterious red glaze. The final masterpiece of a virtuoso craftsman, the violin sits in a Montreal auction house waiting to be sold. As the auction proceeds, the violin’s history is revealed through four interconnected tales spanning 300 years. As it passes through the hands of musicians in Italy, Vienna, London and Shanghai, the violin f ills its owners’ lives with romance, adventure, intrigue and tragedy. At the centre of the story is the instrument’s dark secret, which is revealed only at the f ilm’s suspenseful finale.

              Winkler - 4:00 PM

              Title

              One Week

              Venue Details
              Landmark Cinemas 5 Winkler
              777 Norquay Drive
              Winkler, MB R6W 2S2
              Hosted By
              Landmark Cinemas
              Additional Details
              • Free Screening


              One Week - Directed by: Michael McGowan

              Ben Tyler (Joshua Jackson) is a young guy with a comfortable life, a good job as an English teacher and a sensible fiancée, Samantha (Liane Balaban), when his doctor unexpectedly tells him he’s got cancer, and “maybe two years, maybe one week” to live. Ben’s only chance is to start treatment immediately, but he decides to buy a motorcycle and head out west instead.

              A classic road trip movie featuring lots of Canadian icons (like Gord Downie of The Tragically Hip), One Week follows Ben’s journey from Toronto to Tofino. Along the way, Ben makes new friends, reevaluates his life, his job and his upcoming marriage. As his fiancée and family back home struggle to understand his decision, Ben rediscovers himself, reawakens his old passion for writing and ultimately learns to appreciate life.

              Winnipeg - 7:00 PM

              Title

              Come Worry With Us

              Venue Details
              Cinematheque
              100 Arthur Street
              Winnipeg, MB R3B 1H3
              Hosted By
              Winnipeg Film Group
              Additional Details


                Come Worry With Us - Directed by: Helene Klodawsky

                Violinist Jessica Moss and singer/guitarist Efrim Menuck are struggling to balance parenthood with making music in their internationally acclaimed Montreal-based band Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra. In this funny and touching documentary, we see their adventures on tour, juggling babysitting with onstage performance.

                Winnipeg

                Title

                Selected Short Films

                Venue Details
                This is not a public event.
                Hosted By
                REEL CANADA
                Additional Details
                • This is a REEL CANADA School Screening

                With filmmaker Janelle Wookey in attendance


                Selected Short Films - Directed by: Various

                Winnipeg

                Title

                Selected Short Films

                Venue Details
                This is not a public event.
                Hosted By
                REEL CANADA
                Additional Details
                • This is a REEL CANADA School Screening


                Selected Short Films - Directed by: Various

                Winnipeg - 12:00 PM

                Title

                Selected NFB Shorts

                Venue Details
                St. Vital Library
                6 Fermor Avenue
                Winnipeg, MB R2M 0Y2
                Hosted By
                Mike Kulasza
                Additional Details
                • Free Screening

                A selection of National Film Board shorts will be shown:
                My Financial Career
                The Big Snit
                Sunday
                Big Drive
                The Sweater


                Selected NFB Shorts - Directed by: Various


                New Brunswick

                Fredericton | Saint John |

                Fredericton - 7:00 PM

                Title

                The Backup Man

                Venue Details
                Charlotte Street Arts Centre
                732 Charlotte Street
                Fredericton, NB E3B 1M5
                Hosted By
                New Brunswick Filmmakers' Co-operative
                Additional Details
                • Free Screening


                The Backup Man - Directed by: Doug Sutherland

                Maria is on the run from a relationship with an older, distinguished and very dangerous European “businessman” named Sergei. She flees to her uncle Sal in Canada, hoping for a safe haven. When Sergei sends a Colombian hit man after her, Maria reaches out to Sal’s best friend, a cop, for help.

                Saint John - 7:00 PM

                Title

                Gabrielle

                Venue Details
                BMO Studio at Saint John Theatre Company
                112 Princess St
                Saint John, NB E2L 1K4
                Hosted By
                Saint John Theatre Company
                Additional Details


                  Gabrielle - Directed by: Louise Archambault

                  Gabrielle is a young woman with Williams syndrome who has a contagious joie de vivre and an exceptional musical gift. Since she met her boyfriend Martin, they have been inseparable, but because they are 'different,' their loved ones are fearful of their relationship. As determined as she is, Gabrielle must still confront other people's prejudices as well as her own limitations in the hope of experiencing a love far from the ordinary.


                  Newfoundland

                  St. John’s |

                  St. John’s - 7:00 PM

                  Title

                  Stories We Tell

                  Venue Details
                  Newfoundland Independent Filmmakers Cooperative
                  40 Kings Road
                  St. John’s, NL A1C 3P5
                  Hosted By
                  Newfoundland Independent Filmmakers Cooperative (NIFCO)
                  National Film Board (NFB) - Atlantic
                  Additional Details
                  • Free Screening


                  Stories We Tell - Directed by: Sarah Polley

                  This inspired, genre-twisting documentary is a playful investigation into the elusive truth buried within the contradictions of the director’s own family. A touching and intriguing portrait of a complex network of relatives, friends, and strangers.


                  Northwest Territories

                  Yellowknife |

                  Yellowknife - 6:30 PM

                  Title

                  La Grande Séduction

                  Venue Details
                  Northern United Place
                  5004 – 54 St
                  Yellowknife, NT X1A 2R6
                  Hosted By
                  Western Arctic Moving Pictures
                  Additional Details
                  • Free Screening


                  La Grande Séduction - Directed by: Jean-Francois Pouliot

                  In this amiable comedy, the villagers of St. Marie-La- Mauderne in northern Quebec set out to seduce a Montreal doctor into becoming a local. Their once prosperous fishing business has run dry and only the promise of a new plastics factory coming to town can keep the quaint and lively community intact. So the boisterous and resourceful Mayor (Bouchard) sets out to keep Dr. Christopher Lewis (Boutin) in the village because the new factory requires a resident doctor to be on hand. Dr. Lewis, whose stay in the village was caused by a speeding ticket, is a man of eccentric tastes. He loves cricket, beef stroganoff and women in open toed sandals. The villagers set out to create a community that mirrors the habits and loves of the good Doctor. Will they succeed?

                  Audience Award Winner, Sundance Film Festival 2004.


                  Nova Scotia

                  Bridgewater | Cookville | Halifax |

                  Bridgewater

                  Title

                  Mighty Jerome

                  Venue Details
                  This is not a public event.
                  Hosted By
                  REEL CANADA
                  Additional Details
                  • This is a REEL CANADA School Screening


                  Mighty Jerome - Directed by: Charles Officer

                  In 1959, at just nineteen years of age, African-Canadian Harry Jerome was Canada’s most promising track and field star, on his way to the Olympics. By 1962, after a terrible leg injury, everyone feared his career was over. But Jerome was determined not to quit, starting what his coach called “the greatest comeback in track and field history.”

                  A truly inspiring Canadian hero, Jerome kept running through years of personal, racial and political challenges, with a strength of character as impressive as his athletic ability. Gorgeous black and white imagery, archival footage and interviews are mixed with a soul soundtrack and dramatic re-enactments for a deeply insightful documentary that tells the runner’s story from his early days, through three Olympic Games and his sudden, tragic death.

                  Cookville

                  Title

                  Monsieur Lazar

                  Venue Details
                  This is not a public event.
                  Hosted By
                  REEL CANADA
                  Additional Details
                  • This is a REEL CANADA School Screening


                  Monsieur Lazar - Directed by: Philippe Falardeau

                  Bachir Lazhar (Fellag) is an Algerian immigrant who is hired at a Montreal elementary school to replace a teacher who has died unexpectedly and tragically.

                  Coming from a completely different culture, Monsieur Lazhar must go through a steep learning curve as he comes up against a stubborn class of quirky 11- and 12-year-olds and the school’s rigid administrative standards.  And while the school goes through the long process of grieving and healing, it is gradually suspected that Monsieur Lazhar is not entirely who he has claimed to be.
                  This is a touching story of loss, and an emotionally powerful exploration of how adults help children cope with intractable issues of life and death for which none of us is truly equipped.

                  Halifax - 7:00 PM

                  Title

                  The Manor

                  Venue Details
                  Carbon Arc Cinema/Museum of Natural History
                  1747 Summer St.
                  Halifax, NS B3H 3A6
                  Hosted By
                  Carbon Arc Film Co-op
                  Additional Details

                    Doors open at 6:30 PM. Advance tickets available: www.carbonarc.ca/tickets.


                    The Manor - Directed by: Shawney Cohen

                    When Shawney was six his father bought “The Manor”, a small-town strip club. Thirty years later, the family’s lifestyle has got the better of them. While his 400-pound father prepares for stomach-reduction surgery, his 85-pound mother has her own complicated relationship with food. Shawney’s role as struggling filmmaker and outcast son provides a rare glimpse into a family facing the consequences of their livelihood and dependence.

                    Halifax - 1:00 PM

                    Title

                    Meatballs

                    Venue Details
                    Cineplex Cinemas Park Lane
                    5657 Spring Garden Road
                    Halifax, NS B3J 3R4
                    Hosted By
                    Cineplex
                    Additional Details
                    • Free Screening


                    Meatballs - Directed by: Ivan Reitman

                    This ode to summer camp is a true Canadian classic and features Bill Murray in his first starring role. Here, he’s Tripper Harrison, a prankster and seducer who can’t help teasing his boss and the counsellors at the nearby rich kids camp.

                    Everyone, including Tripper, is sick and tired of perennially losing the Camp Olympics. It’s only by encouraging all campers to try their hardest, including young Rudy (Makepeace) who has self-esteem issues, that Tripper and his troops can hope to emerge triumphant. Full of wacky pranks, lively hi-jinx and a lot of touching moments, Meatballs is sure to entertain audiences of all ages.

                    Halifax

                    Title

                    Selected NFB Shorts

                    Venue Details
                    Hosted By
                    Canadian Film Fan
                    Additional Details
                    • Invitation Only

                    Selected National Film Board shorts will be screened, including:
                    The Big Snit
                    The Cat Came Back
                    Log Driver’s Waltz
                    The Animal Movie
                    Blackfly
                    Paddle to the Sea
                    The Dingles
                    Dinner for Two


                    Selected NFB Shorts - Directed by: Various

                    Halifax - 6:30 PM

                    Title

                    Reaching Blue

                    Venue Details
                    Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
                    1675 Lower Water St
                    Halifax, NS B3J 1S3
                    Hosted By
                    Ocean Networks Canada
                    Ecology Action Centre
                    Halifax Oceans Film Festival
                    Additional Details

                      Other shorts will also be screened: Twenty-Eight Feet, Well Fished and The Questions We Ask.


                      Reaching Blue - Directed by: Ian Hinkle

                      With imagery from fifteen cinematographers, Reaching Blue explores the Salish Sea to expose the changes our coastal waters face, and connect to our world’s oceans. Do we have the knowledge and technology required to understand ocean change before time runs out?


                      Nunavut

                      Iqaluit |

                      Iqaluit - 7:00 PM

                      Title

                      Uvanga

                      Venue Details
                      Astro Theatre
                      Astro Hill (FROBISHER INN) Complex
                      Iqaluit, Nunavut X0A 0H0
                      Hosted By
                      Astro Theatre
                      Additional Details


                        Uvanga - Directed by: Marie-Hélène Cousineau and Madeline Ivalu

                        A Montreal woman is nervous to be travelling to the close-knit community of Igloolik with her 14-year-old son so that he can meet his late father’s Inuit family for the first time. Under the constant summer sun, the joy of homecoming is tempered with disturbing memories.


                        Guelph - 7:00 PM

                        Title

                        Buying Sex

                        Venue Details
                        Guelph Public Library
                        100 Norfolk Street
                        Guelph, ON N1H 4J6
                        Hosted By
                        Canadian Federation of University Women, Guelph Branch
                        Additional Details
                        • Free Screening


                        Buying Sex - Directed by: Teresa MacInnes, Kent Nason

                        Buying Sex looks at the contentious debate over pending reforms to Canadian prostitution laws, prompting us to rethink our attitudes toward the “oldest profession."

                        London - 4:00 PM

                        Title

                        Water

                        Venue Details
                        Landmark Cinemas 8 London
                        983 Wellington Road South
                        London, ON N6E 3A9
                        Hosted By
                        Landmark Cinemas
                        Additional Details
                        • Free Screening


                        Water - Directed by: Deepa Mehta

                        Mehta’s Water is the conclusion to her intensely emotional and beautiful Elements Trilogy. Set in India during the rise of Mahatma Gandhi, Water recounts the story of Chuyia (Sarala), a child bride. When her husband dies suddenly, Chuyia is forced to live in an ashram for Hindu widows, essentially cut off from society. Fortunately, she finds friends in the beautiful Kilyani (Ray) and in the forward-thinking Narayan (Abraham). With their help, Chuyia attempts to escape the confines of her existence. Boasting lush visuals, Water could easily be a bleak story of deprivation and loss, but in Mehta’s gentle hands, it becomes one charged with hope and optimism.

                        Water was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 2007.

                        Markham

                        Title

                        Inside Hana's Suitcase

                        Venue Details
                        This is not a public event.
                        Hosted By
                        REEL CANADA
                        Additional Details
                        • This is a REEL CANADA School Screening


                        Inside Hana's Suitcase - Directed by: Larry Weinstein

                        Based on the internationally acclaimed book Hana’s Suitcase, this poignant documentary tells the tale of George and Hana Brady, two young children who grew up in pre-WWII Czechoslovakia, and the terrible hardships they had to endure just because they happened
                        to be Jewish.

                        When Fumiko Ishioka, a teacher in Japan, requests some artifacts from a Holocaust museum to help illustrate the history of WWII to her students, one of the items she receives is a suitcase with Hana Brady’s name on it. As she and her students unravel Hana’s story, the film
                        seamlessly transports us through 70 years of history, back and forth across three continents.

                        Markham

                        Title

                        Breakaway

                        Venue Details
                        This is not a public event.
                        Hosted By
                        REEL CANADA
                        Additional Details
                        • This is a REEL CANADA School Screening


                        Breakaway - Directed by: Robert Lieberman

                        Rajvinder Singh (Virmani) is struggling to balance the wishes of his traditional Sikh family and his
                        own true passion for hockey. Raj and his friends play only for fun, held back by the prejudice and
                        mockery of other teams as their turban-clad crew steps onto the ice. Enter Coach Dan Winters
                        (Lowe) and soon the Speedy Singhs are competing in a real tournament, and Raj is falling in love
                        with the coach’s beautiful sister, Melissa (Belle).

                        A cross-cultural story of self-discovery, Breakaway is a heartwarming, action-filled comedy,
                        bringing a dash of Bollywood to Canada’s favourite sport. With a hilarious supporting cast
                        including comedian Russell Peters, Breakaway will have you cheering for its unlikely heroes.

                        Orleans - 3:00 PM, 6:15 PM, 9:00 PM

                        Title

                        Enemy

                        Venue Details
                        CinéStarz Orléans
                        250 Centrum Blvd.
                        Orleans, ON K1E 3J1
                        Hosted By
                        CinéStarz Orléans
                        Additional Details


                          Enemy - Directed by: Denis Villeneuve

                          Adam Bell (Jake Gyllenhaal) is a glum, disheveled history professor, who spots his exact double in a movie – a bit-part actor named Anthony Clair. When Adam decides to track him down, the identical men’s lives become bizarrely and irrevocably intertwined.

                          Ottawa - 8:55 PM

                          Title

                          Enemy

                          Venue Details
                          ByTowne Cinema
                          325 Rideau St
                          Ottawa, ON K1N 5Y4
                          Hosted By
                          ByTowne Cinema
                          Additional Details


                            Enemy - Directed by: Denis Villeneuve

                            Adam Bell (Jake Gyllenhaal) is a glum, disheveled history professor, who spots his exact double in a movie – a bit-part actor named Anthony Clair. When Adam decides to track him down, the identical men’s lives become bizarrely and irrevocably intertwined.

                            Ottawa - 6:30 PM

                            Title

                            C.R.A.Z.Y.

                            Venue Details
                            The Mayfair Theatre
                            1074 Bank St
                            Ottawa, ON K1S 3X3
                            Hosted By
                            Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA)
                            Additional Details


                              C.R.A.Z.Y. - Directed by: Jean-Marc Vallée

                              A middle-class teenage misfit living in '70s era Montreal dreams of abandoning his familiar hometown surroundings to seek a brighter future in this character-driven drama. Zachary Beaulieu has always marched to the beat of his own drummer, but nevertheless longs to live up to his old-fashioned father's decidedly more traditional expectations.

                              Ottawa - 9:00 PM

                              Title

                              Canadian Cameos Archival Short Films

                              Venue Details
                              The Mayfair Theatre
                              1074 Bank St
                              Ottawa, ON K1S 3X3
                              Hosted By
                              The Mayfair Theatre
                              Additional Details

                                Shorts include…

                                • Rhapsody in Two Languages, 1934
                                • Hockey Star's Summer, 1950
                                • Grey Owl's Little Brother, 1932
                                • Bye Bye Bunting, animated short by Bryant Fryer, 1934
                                • Canadian Headlines, 1952
                                • Fair and Cold, 1933
                                • Push Back the Edge, 1952
                                • Sitzmarks the Spot, 1948
                                • Progress Parade, 1931


                                Canadian Cameos Archival Short Films - Directed by: Various

                                Peterborough

                                Title

                                Revolution

                                Venue Details
                                This is not a public event.
                                Hosted By
                                REEL CANADA
                                Additional Details
                                • This is a REEL CANADA School Screening

                                With environmental activist Emily Hunter in attendance


                                Revolution - Directed by: Rob Stewart

                                Revolution is a film about changing the world. This follow-up to acclaimed doc Sharkwater continues a remarkable journey; one that will take Rob Stewart through 15 countries over four years, and where he'll discover that it's not only sharks that are in grave danger – it's humanity itself.

                                Peterborough

                                Title

                                The Trotsky

                                Venue Details
                                This is not a public event.
                                Hosted By
                                REEL CANADA
                                Additional Details
                                • This is a REEL CANADA School Screening

                                With actor Colm Feore in attendance via Skype


                                The Trotsky - Directed by: Jacob Tierney

                                When Leon Bronstein discovers that his birth name is the same as that of Leon Trotsky, he decides to live his life as the reincarnation of the celebrated Russian revolutionary and socialist -- which is a bit difficult when you have rich parents and attend an upscale private school in Montreal.

                                Sault Ste Marie - 1:00 PM

                                Title

                                Men with Brooms

                                Venue Details
                                Galaxy Cinemas Sault Ste Marie
                                293 Bay Street
                                Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 1X3
                                Hosted By
                                Cineplex
                                Additional Details
                                • Free Screening

                                E.J. Harnden and Ryan Fry from the Olympic gold medal curling team will be in attendance


                                Men with Brooms - Directed by: Paul Gross

                                After the success of the TV series Due South, Paul Gross went on to create this mainstream Canadian comedy hit, with romance, music (The Tragically Hip appear as a rival team) and of course, curling. When Chris Cutter (Gross) returns to his small hometown to bury his old curling coach, he is inspired to reunite the old team and try to win the Golden Broom. Nothing has been the same in town since Chris’ departure 10 years earlier. Chris’s old teammates and his own father (Nielsen) are disappointed in life, and the coach’s daughters Amy (Parker) and Julie (Nolden) have become, respectively, a drunk and an astronaut. Despite the odds, the rag-tag group of misfits unites to compete in the championship, with heart-warming and hilarious results.

                                St. Catherines

                                Title

                                Iron Road

                                Venue Details
                                This is not a public event.
                                Hosted By
                                REEL CANADA
                                Additional Details
                                • This is a REEL CANADA School Screening

                                With producer Anne Tait in attendance


                                Iron Road - Directed by: David Wu

                                A story of forbidden love set against the building of the Canadian railway in the 1880s, Iron Road tells the story of a Chinese woman who disguises herself as a man and persuades the son of a railroad tycoon to hire her onto the explosives crew. Soon, though, she finds herself falling in love with him, and as the physical terrain becomes more dangerous, so does the landscape of the heart.

                                Thunder Bay - 1:00 PM

                                Title

                                The Rocket

                                Venue Details
                                SilverCity Thunder Bay Cinemas
                                850 North May Street
                                Thunder Bay, ON P7C 6A5
                                Hosted By
                                Cineplex
                                Additional Details
                                • Free Screening


                                The Rocket - Directed by: Charles Binamé

                                The Rocket traces the life of hockey legend Maurice Richard (Dupuis), from his humble beginnings as a Montreal machinist during the Depression to his meteoric rise as the greatest scorer in hockey while leader of the Canadiens. But this is much more than a sports movie. Director Binamé frames the story in a cultural context: It isn’t until Richard, a man of few words, begins to speak his mind about the inequalities and prejudice directed towards French Canadians that he finds his voice. Many feel that the riots caused by Richard’s suspension in 1955 were the spark that fuelled the Quiet Revolution in Quebec. This uniquely Canadian blockbuster is chock full of heart, history and, of course, a whole lot of hockey — but the great story and searing performances are sure to delight even those who aren’t fans of the game.

                                The Rocket was nominated for 13 Genie Awards and won nine.

                                Toronto - 7:00 PM

                                Title

                                Highway 61

                                Venue Details
                                The Royal
                                608 College St
                                Toronto, ON M6G 1B4
                                Hosted By
                                The Royal
                                Additional Details

                                  With director Bruce McDonald in attendance


                                  Highway 61 - Directed by: Bruce McDonald

                                  When a naive barber meets a flamboyant roadie on the run, it doesn’t take her long to persuade him to leave Thunder Bay for New Orleans. He finds himself taking not only her, but also a frozen corpse he found in his backyard that she claims is her brother. In hot pursuit of the fleeing couple is Mr. Skin (Pastko), a bizarre and deluded character who thinks of himself as the Devil.

                                  Toronto - 9:00 PM

                                  Title

                                  Last Night

                                  Venue Details
                                  The Royal
                                  608 College St
                                  Toronto, ON M6G 1B4
                                  Hosted By
                                  The Royal
                                  Additional Details

                                    With director Don McKellar in attendance


                                    Last Night - Directed by: Don McKellar

                                    The last day of 1999 has truly become the “last night.” The apocalypse is here. Humanity will die at midnight. As rioting and looting begin to take place in Toronto, disparate groups of people prepare to meet their fate. This witty response to “Y2K paranoia” received 13 Genie nominations and won Best Actress (Sandra Oh), Best Supporting Actor (Calum Keith Rennie) and the Jutra Award for Best Directorial Debut. It also won the Prix de la jeunesse at the Cannes Film Festival.

                                    Toronto

                                    Title

                                    Selected Short Films

                                    Venue Details
                                    This is not a public event.
                                    Hosted By
                                    REEL CANADA
                                    Additional Details
                                    • This is a REEL CANADA School Screening

                                    With prima ballerina turned filmmaker Veronica Tennant in attendance


                                    Selected Short Films - Directed by: Various

                                    Toronto

                                    Title

                                    Cas & Dylan

                                    Venue Details
                                    Hosted By
                                    YWCA Toronto
                                    Additional Details
                                    • Invitation Only

                                    Producer Mark Montefiore will be in attendance


                                    Cas & Dylan - Directed by: Jason Priestley

                                    A dying doctor (Richard Dreyfuss), who plans to check out of life "on his own terms", takes a reluctant detour when he inadvertently winds up on a road trip with an 'anything-but-normal' 22-year-old girl (Tatiana Maslany of Orphan Black).

                                    Toronto - 10:00 AM

                                    Title

                                    It Was You Charlie

                                    Venue Details
                                    Hosted By
                                    Andra's Movie World
                                    Additional Details
                                    • Invitation Only

                                    With director Emmanuel Shirinian in attendance.


                                    It Was You Charlie - Directed by: Emmanuel Shirinian

                                    It Was You Charlie is a dark comedy-drama that tells the story of a lonely graveyard shift doorman named Abner, a once-accomplished sculptor and former college art teacher, but now sadly, a mere shadow of his former self. He is heartbroken because of an unresolved conflict with his brother over a woman he once loved. At the same time consumed with guilt and suicidal thoughts as he remains profoundly haunted a year after a terrible car accident that took the life of the young woman in the other vehicle. After meeting Zoe, a young, free-spirited taxi driver, something magical happens to Abner as he begins a quest to seek redemption, and reconcile his conflicted past.

                                    Toronto - 2:15 PM

                                    Title

                                    Goin’ Down the Road

                                    Venue Details
                                    Media Commons Theatre, 3rd Floor Robarts Library
                                    130 St. George Street
                                    Toronto ON M5S 1A5
                                    Hosted By
                                    University of Toronto Media Commons
                                    Additional Details
                                    • Free Screening

                                    FOR STUDENTS ONLY.
                                    The theatre is fully accessible and has a Listen system for hearing impaired patrons.


                                    Goin’ Down the Road - Directed by: Donald Shebib

                                    Two friends travel from Nova Scotia to Toronto in hope of finding a better life, in this Canadian classic film from the 1970s.

                                    Toronto - 4:00 PM

                                    Title

                                    Mon oncle Antoine

                                    Venue Details
                                    Media Commons Theatre, 3rd Floor Robarts Library
                                    130 St. George Street
                                    Toronto,ON M5S 1A5
                                    Hosted By
                                    University of Toronto Media Commons
                                    Additional Details
                                    • Free Screening

                                    The theatre is fully accessible and has a Listen system for hearing impaired patrons.


                                    Mon oncle Antoine - Directed by: Claude Jutra

                                    A small asbestos-mining town in Quebec of the 1940s is the setting for this legendary bittersweet slice-of-life comedy. Orphaned 14-year-old Benoit (Gagnon) arrives to live with a foster family and becomes a part of the exploits of village life, both comic and tragic. In the f ilm’s set piece, Benoit goes with his uncle Antoine (Duceppe) to collect the remains of a young lad, who must be buried despite an unrelenting snowstorm. Gagnon gives a hauntingly realistic portrayal of a young boy discovering life’s funny and tragic turns.

                                    Often chosen as the finest Canadian film of all time, Mon Oncle Antoine won eight Canadian Film Awards, including Best Film, Director and Actor.

                                    Toronto - Hot Docs - 9:50 PM

                                    Title

                                    Super Duper Alice Cooper

                                    Venue Details
                                    Bloor Hot Docs Cinema
                                    506 Bloor Street West
                                    Toronto, ON M5S 1Y3
                                    Hosted By
                                    Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival
                                    Additional Details


                                      Super Duper Alice Cooper - Directed by: Sam Dunn, Reginald Harkema and Scot McFadyen

                                      Alice Cooper’s onstage encounter with a chicken in Toronto in 1969 catapulted him from rock star to rock legend. This dizzying blend of archive materials and rock opera follows the evolution of a preacher’s son to a glam metal godfather.

                                      Toronto - Hot Docs - 4:00 PM

                                      Title

                                      Mugshot

                                      Venue Details
                                      Isabel Bader Theatre
                                      93 Charles St W
                                      Toronto, ON M5S 2C7
                                      Hosted By
                                      Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival
                                      Additional Details

                                        The short, Love Ya, will also be screened.


                                        Mugshot - Directed by: Dennis Mohr

                                        What do Justin Bieber, Rob Ford and Conrad Black have in common? They all have cameos in this smart and fascinating investigation into how mug shots, originally intended to keep track of criminals, have been repurposed as art and historical evidence.

                                        Toronto - Hot Docs - 4:00 PM

                                        Title

                                        Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story

                                        Venue Details
                                        Scotiabank Theatre
                                        259 Richmond Street West
                                        Toronto, ON M5V 3M6
                                        Hosted By
                                        Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival
                                        Additional Details

                                          The short, MI HUA GAO (or the Chinese Rice Krispies Square), will also be screened.


                                          Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story - Directed by: Jen Rustemeyer and Grant Baldwin

                                          If our culture is so food obsessed, why do we toss away nearly 50 per cent of it. Two filmmakers quit grocery shopping, surviving on discarded food as they explore consumable waste from farm to fridge.

                                          Toronto - Hot Docs - 3:00 PM

                                          Title

                                          Where I’m From

                                          Venue Details
                                          TIFF Bell Lightbox
                                          350 King Street West
                                          Toronto, ON M5V 3X5
                                          Hosted By
                                          Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival
                                          Additional Details

                                            The short, Christmas With Don Cherry, will also be screened.


                                            Where I’m From - Directed by: Claude Demers

                                            Two boys discover their world between the magical banks of the Saint Lawrence River and the working class streets of Verdun. Clothing the hard knocks of poverty in memories of adventure, the film renders childhood trauma into cinematic poetry.

                                            Toronto - Hot Docs - 4:00 PM

                                            Title

                                            Before the Last Curtain Falls

                                            Venue Details
                                            TIFF Bell Lightbox
                                            350 King Street West
                                            Toronto, ON M5V 3X5
                                            Hosted By
                                            Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival
                                            Additional Details


                                              Before the Last Curtain Falls - Directed by: Thomas Wallner

                                              Stunning cinematography and soaring music unite the tumultuous off-stage lives of six aging Belgian transvestite and transsexual performers with scenes from their European ballet Gardenia into a profoundly human portrait of love.

                                              Toronto - Hot Docs - 4:30 PM

                                              Title

                                              Guidelines

                                              Venue Details
                                              TIFF Bell Lightbox
                                              350 King Street West
                                              Toronto, ON M5V 3X5
                                              Hosted By
                                              Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival
                                              Additional Details

                                                The short, Jutra, will also be screened.


                                                Guidelines - Directed by: Jean-François Caissy

                                                From the tense confines of a principal’s office to the lawless outdoors, a series of outdoor tableaux illustrates defining teen moments and the daily trials of adolescents at a rural Quebec secondary school.

                                                Toronto - Hot Docs - 6:00 PM

                                                Title

                                                The Sower

                                                Venue Details
                                                TIFF Bell Lightbox
                                                350 King Street West
                                                Toronto, ON M5V 3X5
                                                Hosted By
                                                Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival
                                                Additional Details


                                                  The Sower - Directed by: Julie Perron

                                                  Driven to safeguard rare and forgotten vegetable varieties for the sake of biodiversity, Patrice Fortier works with painstaking perseverance to create a remarkable seed company based in rural Quebec.

                                                  Toronto - Hot Docs - 7:00 PM

                                                  Title

                                                  Everything Will Be

                                                  Venue Details
                                                  TIFF Bell Lightbox
                                                  350 King Street West
                                                  Toronto, ON M5V 3X5
                                                  Hosted By
                                                  Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival
                                                  Additional Details


                                                    Everything Will Be - Directed by: Julia Kwan

                                                    Vancouver’s once-thriving Chinatown is disappearing as hip new ventures move into vacant storefronts to the astonishment of the many elderly denizens. Sundance award-winning director Kwan crafts a heartwarming and cinematically stunning ode to a community in transition.

                                                    Toronto - Hot Docs - 10:00 PM

                                                    Title

                                                    Beyond Clueless

                                                    Venue Details
                                                    TIFF Bell Lightbox
                                                    350 King Street West
                                                    Toronto, ON M5V 3X5
                                                    Hosted By
                                                    Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival
                                                    Additional Details


                                                      Beyond Clueless - Directed by: Charlie Lyne

                                                      This surprising and comprehensive visual essay on the modern teen movie genre explores over 200 films from The Craft to Mean Girls that celebrate prom queens, cafeteria cliques and the warm apple pies in between.

                                                      Waterloo - 7:00 PM

                                                      Title

                                                      Stay

                                                      Venue Details
                                                      Princess Cinemas
                                                      6 Princess St W
                                                      Waterloo, ON N2L 2X8
                                                      Hosted By
                                                      Princess Cinemas
                                                      Additional Details


                                                        Stay - Directed by: Wiebke von Carolsfeld

                                                        When Abbey discovers she's pregnant, her lover Dermot, a disgraced professor, has no interest in being a father. With their lives now at a crossroads, Abbey and Dermot's relationship hangs in the balance. They must both face the truth of who they are and which path in life to take that will finally lead them home.

                                                        Windsor - 6:00 PM

                                                        Title

                                                        Bon Cop, Bad Cop

                                                        Venue Details
                                                        Capitol Theatre, Windsor
                                                        121 University Ave West
                                                        Windsor, Ontario N9A 5P4
                                                        Hosted By
                                                        Windsor International Film Festival
                                                        Additional Details


                                                          Bon Cop, Bad Cop - Directed by: Erik Canuel

                                                          A box-office smash, Bon Cop, Bad Cop is an action-packed comedy about two policemen who are thrown together to solve a crime committed on the border between Quebec and Ontario.

                                                          Ward (Feore) and Boucher (Huard) couldn’t be more different: one is an English-speaker from Toronto, the other is a French-speaker from Montreal; one never deviates from established procedure, the other is a rebel who refuses to play by the rules. The detectives soon learn that if they are to solve this lurid crime, which is linked to the world of hockey, they need to stop bickering and work together.

                                                          With uproarious performances from both leads, Bon Cop, Bad Cop is a genuinely clever take on the buddy cop genre that will keep you captivated throughout.

                                                          Windsor - 8:00 PM

                                                          Title

                                                          The Sweet Hereafter

                                                          Venue Details
                                                          Capitol Theatre, Windsor
                                                          121 University Ave West
                                                          Windsor, Ontario N9A 5P4
                                                          Hosted By
                                                          Windsor International Film Festival
                                                          Additional Details


                                                            The Sweet Hereafter - Directed by: Atom Egoyan

                                                            A lawyer (Holm), pursued by the demons of losing a daughter to drugs, comes to a Canadian town where 20 children have died in a school bus accident. He wants the parents to sue, to make those at fault pay. Told partly in flashbacks, dramatizing the days leading up to the accident, this insightful story also follows the lawyer from family to family as he coaxes them to join the lawsuit. One teen (Polley) survives, but is paralysed. Her important testimony is motivated by a troubled relationship with her father. A complex and haunting tale of loss and forgiveness that is sure to touch viewers and make them think.

                                                            Winner of eight Genie Awards and two Oscar nominations.


                                                            Prince Edward Island

                                                            Charlottetown |

                                                            Charlottetown - 7:30 PM

                                                            Title

                                                            Island Green

                                                            Venue Details
                                                            The Guild Charlottetown
                                                            115 Richmond St
                                                            Charlottetown, PE C1A 1H7
                                                            Hosted By
                                                            The Island Media Arts Festival
                                                            Additional Details

                                                              The Island Media Arts Festival will also be screening the film, Jiggers, directed by Adam Perry.
                                                              Synopsis: Set in beautiful Prince Edward Island, Jiggers tells the story of an asthmatic step dancer with exceptional skills, yet his respiratory illness prevents him from fulfilling his dreams of becoming a professional dancer.

                                                              The shorts, Queen of the Crows, Just a Mess, and A Beard's Life, will also be screened.


                                                              Island Green - Directed by: Millefiore Clarkes

                                                              Prince Edward Island has long been famous for its spuds and red mud. But in the last 50 years since industrialized farming took root, this small, agricultural island has been building a new reputation—for having the highest cancer and respiratory illness rates in Canada. Is there a link?

                                                              Island Green dares to ask: What if PEI went entirely organic?


                                                              Gatineau - 1:10 PM, 3:00 PM, 7:10 PM, 9:00 PM

                                                              Title

                                                              Fermières

                                                              Venue Details
                                                              Cinéma Aylmer
                                                              400 boul. Wilfred Lavigne
                                                              Gatineau, QC J9H 6A6
                                                              Hosted By
                                                              Cinéma Aylmer
                                                              Additional Details


                                                                Fermières - Directed by: Annie St-Pierre

                                                                Through the stories of four women that embody the themes of transmission and social commitment, Fermières takes a sensitive look at the Country Women's Circles, Quebec's oldest women's association.

                                                                Hull - 1:25 PM

                                                                Title

                                                                Fermières

                                                                Venue Details
                                                                Cineplex StarCité Hull
                                                                115 boul. du Plateau
                                                                Hull, QC J9A 3G1
                                                                Hosted By
                                                                Cineplex
                                                                Additional Details


                                                                  Fermières - Directed by: Annie St-Pierre

                                                                  Through the stories of four women that embody the themes of transmission and social commitment, Fermières takes a sensitive look at the Country Women's Circles, Quebec's oldest women's association.

                                                                  La Pocatière - 8:00 PM

                                                                  Title

                                                                  La garde

                                                                  Venue Details
                                                                  Cinéma Le Scenario - La Pocatière
                                                                  625 1 rue, local 650
                                                                  La Pocatière, QC G0R 1Z0
                                                                  Hosted By
                                                                  Cinéma Le Scenario
                                                                  Additional Details


                                                                    La garde - Directed by: Sylvain Archambault

                                                                    Five years ago, Luc Bisaillon lost custody of his son Samuel following a violent incident. To reconnect with the teenager, Luc keeps violating the court order prohibiting any contact with him, even though he is jailed repeatedly. One day, he decides to abduct the 15-year-old boy and take him on a deer hunting excursion in the woods.

                                                                    Longueuil

                                                                    Title

                                                                    Breakaway

                                                                    Venue Details
                                                                    This is not a public event.
                                                                    Hosted By
                                                                    REEL CANADA
                                                                    Additional Details
                                                                    • This is a REEL CANADA School Screening

                                                                    With writer/star Vinay Virmani in attendance. Debra Arbec and Sonali Karnick from CBC will also be in attendance.


                                                                    Breakaway - Directed by: Robert Lieberman

                                                                    Raj is a Sikh-Canadian struggling to balance the wishes of his traditional family and his own true passion for hockey. A cross-cultural story of self-discovery, Breakaway is a heartwarming, action-filled comedy, bringing a dash of Bollywood to Canada’s favourite sport.

                                                                    Montreal - 1:40 PM

                                                                    Title

                                                                    Fermières

                                                                    Venue Details
                                                                    Cinéma Cineplex Odeon Quartier Latin
                                                                    350, rue Emery
                                                                    Montréal, QC H2X 1J2
                                                                    Hosted By
                                                                    Cineplex
                                                                    Additional Details


                                                                      Fermières - Directed by: Annie St-Pierre

                                                                      Through the stories of four women that embody the themes of transmission and social commitment, Fermières takes a sensitive look at the Country Women's Circles, Quebec's oldest women's association.

                                                                      Montreal - 9:50 AM

                                                                      Title

                                                                      Fermières

                                                                      Venue Details
                                                                      Beaubien
                                                                      2396 Beaubien East
                                                                      Montréal, QC H2G 1N2
                                                                      Hosted By
                                                                      Beaubien
                                                                      Additional Details


                                                                        Fermières - Directed by: Annie St-Pierre

                                                                        Through the stories of four women that embody the themes of transmission and social commitment, Fermières takes a sensitive look at the Country Women's Circles, Quebec's oldest women's association.

                                                                        Montreal - 1:45 PM, 4:15 PM, 9:50 PM

                                                                        Title

                                                                        Enemy

                                                                        Venue Details
                                                                        Cinéma Cineplex Odeon Forum
                                                                        2313 St. Catherine St. West Suite 101
                                                                        Montréal, QC H3H 1N2
                                                                        Hosted By
                                                                        Cineplex
                                                                        Additional Details


                                                                          Enemy - Directed by: Denis Villeneuve

                                                                          Adam Bell (Jake Gyllenhaal) is a glum, disheveled history professor, who spots his exact double in a movie – a bit-part actor named Anthony Clair. When Adam decides to track him down, the identical men’s lives become bizarrely and irrevocably intertwined.

                                                                          Quebec - 12:20 PM

                                                                          Title

                                                                          Fermières

                                                                          Venue Details
                                                                          Cinéma le Clap
                                                                          2360 Ste-Foy Chemin
                                                                          Québec, QC G1V 4H2
                                                                          Hosted By
                                                                          Cinéma le Clap
                                                                          Additional Details


                                                                            Fermières - Directed by: Annie St-Pierre

                                                                            Through the stories of four women that embody the themes of transmission and social commitment, Fermières takes a sensitive look at the Country Women's Circles, Quebec's oldest women's association.

                                                                            Quebec - 6:50 PM

                                                                            Title

                                                                            Enemy

                                                                            Venue Details
                                                                            Cinéma Cartier
                                                                            1019, avenue Cartier
                                                                            Québec, QC G1R 2S3
                                                                            Hosted By
                                                                            Cinéma Cartier
                                                                            Additional Details


                                                                              Enemy - Directed by: Denis Villeneuve

                                                                              Adam Bell (Jake Gyllenhaal) is a glum, disheveled history professor, who spots his exact double in a movie – a bit-part actor named Anthony Clair. When Adam decides to track him down, the identical men’s lives become bizarrely and irrevocably intertwined.

                                                                              Rouyn-Noranda - 6:30 PM, 9:10 PM

                                                                              Title

                                                                              Fermières

                                                                              Venue Details
                                                                              Cinéma Paramount - Rouyn-Noranda
                                                                              155 rue Perreault Est.
                                                                              Rouyn-Noranda, QC J9X 3C3
                                                                              Hosted By
                                                                              Cinéma Paramount - Rouyn-Noranda
                                                                              Additional Details


                                                                                Fermières - Directed by: Annie St-Pierre

                                                                                Through the stories of four women that embody the themes of transmission and social commitment, Fermières takes a sensitive look at the Country Women's Circles, Quebec's oldest women's association.

                                                                                Sherbrooke - 12:55 PM

                                                                                Title

                                                                                Fermières

                                                                                Venue Details
                                                                                La Maison Du Cinéma - Sherbrooke
                                                                                63 rue King Quest
                                                                                Sherbrooke, QC J1H 1P1
                                                                                Hosted By
                                                                                La Maison du cinéma
                                                                                Additional Details


                                                                                  Fermières - Directed by: Annie St-Pierre

                                                                                  Through the stories of four women that embody the themes of transmission and social commitment, Fermières takes a sensitive look at the Country Women's Circles, Quebec's oldest women's association.

                                                                                  St-Nicolas - 1:00 PM

                                                                                  Title

                                                                                  Fermières

                                                                                  Venue Details
                                                                                  Cinéma des Chutes St-Nicolas
                                                                                  475 rue du Pont
                                                                                  St-Nicolas, QC G7A 5G2
                                                                                  Hosted By
                                                                                  Cinéma des Chutes St-Nicolas
                                                                                  Additional Details


                                                                                    Fermières - Directed by: Annie St-Pierre

                                                                                    Through the stories of four women that embody the themes of transmission and social commitment, Fermières takes a sensitive look at the Country Women's Circles, Quebec's oldest women's association.


                                                                                    Saskatchewan

                                                                                    Indian Head | Regina | Saskatoon | Yorkton |

                                                                                    Indian Head - 7:30 PM

                                                                                    Title

                                                                                    Passchendaele

                                                                                    Venue Details
                                                                                    The Grand Theatre
                                                                                    631 Grand Avenue
                                                                                    Indian Head, SK S0G2K0
                                                                                    Hosted By
                                                                                    Indian Head Theatre & Community Arts Inc
                                                                                    Additional Details


                                                                                      Passchendaele - Directed by: Paul Gross

                                                                                      Set during the height of the First World War, Passchendaele tells the story of an important event in Canadian history through the eyes of Sergeant Michael Dunne (Gross), a soldier who is wounded in France and returns to Calgary emotionally and physically scarred.

                                                                                      While recovering, Dunne meets Sarah (Dhavernas) and becomes determined to win her heart. When Sarah’s young asthmatic brother David (Dinicol) enlists to fight in the war, Michael returns to the battlefield to protect him. The two men are sent to fight against impossible odds in the battle of Passchendaele.

                                                                                      A film about passion, courage, dedication and love, Passchendaele shows us the enormous price Canadians paid during the Great War.

                                                                                      The film won six Genies, including Best Picture and Best Actor, for Paul Gross.

                                                                                      Regina - 7:00 PM

                                                                                      Title

                                                                                      I Heart Regina

                                                                                      Venue Details
                                                                                      Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative
                                                                                      301-1822 Scarth Street
                                                                                      Regina, SK S4P 2G3
                                                                                      Hosted By
                                                                                      Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative
                                                                                      Additional Details
                                                                                      • Free Screening

                                                                                      The shorts Canadian Famous and Log Driver’s Waltz will also be screened.


                                                                                      I Heart Regina - Directed by: Brett Bell, Helder Mauricio Carvajal, Lowell Dean, Jackie Dzuba, Eric Hill, Rob W. King, Terry Mialkowsky, Jason Nielsen, Dianne Ouellette, Robin Schlaht, Vanda Schmockel, Nils Sorensen, Brian Stockton, Mark Wihak

                                                                                      13 Stories from the Centre of the Universe. In the spirit of recent films focused on Paris and New York, but set in a far more exotic location, comes I Heart Regina. The 13 genre spanning films that make up this anthology assert that lives lived in this small city in the middle of North America are as important as lives lived anywhere.

                                                                                      Saskatoon - 7:00 PM

                                                                                      Title

                                                                                      Down River

                                                                                      Venue Details
                                                                                      Roxy Theatre
                                                                                      320 20th St W
                                                                                      Saskatoon, SK S7M 0X2
                                                                                      Hosted By
                                                                                      The Roxy Theatre
                                                                                      PAVED Arts
                                                                                      Additional Details


                                                                                        Down River - Directed by: Ben Ratner

                                                                                        Down River is the emotionally stirring story of three young women teetering on the edge between creative breakthroughs and personal breakdowns, and their connection with the older woman (Helen Shaver) they rely on for guidance, support and inspiration.

                                                                                        Saskatoon

                                                                                        Title

                                                                                        The Rocket

                                                                                        Venue Details
                                                                                        This is not a public event.
                                                                                        Hosted By
                                                                                        REEL CANADA
                                                                                        Additional Details
                                                                                        • This is a REEL CANADA School Screening

                                                                                        With NHL publisher Dan Diamond in attendance via Skype


                                                                                        The Rocket - Directed by: Charles Binamé

                                                                                        A story about Quebec's most famous hockey player, Maurice "The Rocket" Richard, focusing on the struggles of a French Canadian in the National Hockey League dominated by Anglophones.

                                                                                        Yorkton - 1:30 PM

                                                                                        Title

                                                                                        To Make a Farm

                                                                                        Venue Details
                                                                                        Yorkton Film Festival
                                                                                        49 Smith Street East
                                                                                        Yorkton, SK S3N 0H4
                                                                                        Hosted By
                                                                                        Yorkton Film Festival
                                                                                        Additional Details
                                                                                        • Free Screening

                                                                                        RSVP to director@goldensheafawards.com.


                                                                                        To Make a Farm - Directed by: Steve Suderman

                                                                                        To Make A Farm asks: what might the future of local food and farming look like? This beautifully photographed documentary explores the lives of five young people who have decided to become small-scale farmers.


                                                                                        Dawson City - 8:00 PM

                                                                                        Title

                                                                                        Goon

                                                                                        Venue Details
                                                                                        Odd Fellows Hall
                                                                                        902-2nd Avenue
                                                                                        Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
                                                                                        Hosted By
                                                                                        Klondike Institute of Art and Culture
                                                                                        Additional Details
                                                                                        • Free Screening


                                                                                        Goon - Directed by: Michael Dowse

                                                                                        Labelled an outcast by his brainy family, a bouncer overcomes long odds to lead a team of underperforming misfits to semi-pro-hockey glory, beating the crap out of everything that stands in his way.

                                                                                        Whitehorse - 9:00 PM

                                                                                        Title

                                                                                        Dreamspeaker

                                                                                        Venue Details
                                                                                        Yukon Film Society
                                                                                        212 Lambert St (above Uniglobe Travel on 3rd Ave)
                                                                                        Whitehose, YT Y1A 1Z4
                                                                                        Hosted By
                                                                                        Yukon Film Society
                                                                                        Additional Details

                                                                                          Admission by donation. RSVP to TBCyfs@yukonfilmsociety.com.


                                                                                          Dreamspeaker - Directed by: Claude Jutra

                                                                                          After setting fire to a school, an emotionally disturbed eleven-year-old boy who never speaks and exhibits self-destructive rages, is placed in a juvenile detention centre. He brawls with the other boys and eventually escapes to the forests of Vancouver Island, where he meets a Native shaman, or dreamspeaker, who tries to help him control the terror that drives him to violence.

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