2017 - 107 MINUTES - USA - IN ENGLISH DIRECTED BY MARC MEYERSFEATURING: ROSS LYNCH, ANNE HECHE, DALLAS ROBERTS, ALEX WOLFF, TOMMY NELSON, VINCENT KARTHEISER
Jeffrey Dahmer murdered 17 men and boys in the Midwest United States between 1978 and 1991 before being captured and incarcerated. He would become one of America’s most infamous serial killers. This is the story before that story.
Cineplex Yonge & Dundas (Toronto, ON) Starts November 3, 2017 City Cinema (Charlottetown, PEI) November 3 - 7, 2017 Vancity (Vancouver, BC) November 17, 2017 Starlight Cinema (Stouffville, Ontario) November 22, 2017 Cinecenta (Victoria, BC) November 29 + 30, 2017 CNC Theatre (Prince George, BC) December 2, 2017 Fundy Film Society (Wolfville, NS) December 3, 2017 Fredericton Monday Night Film Series (Fredericton, NB) December 4, 2017 RPL Film Theatre (Regina, SK) December 14 - 17, 201 Bytowne (Ottawa, ON) December 15 - 21, 2017 Oliver Theatre (Oliver, BC) February 7, 2018 Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre (Revelstoke, BC) March 28, 2018
ORIGINAL TITLE: DIE GÖTTLICHE ORDNUNG 2016 - 96 MINUTES - SWEEDEN - IN SWISS WItH ENGLISH SUBTITLES A FILM BY PETRA VOLPE WITH: MARIE LEUENBERGER, MAX SIMONISCHECK, MARTA ZOFFOLI, NICHOLAS OFCZAREK, SOFIA HELIN
1971: Nora is a young housewife and mother, living in a quaint little village with her husband and their two sons. The Swiss countryside is untouched by the major social upheavals the movement of 1968 has brought about. Nora’s life is not affected either; she is a quiet person who is liked by everybody – until she starts to publicly fight for women’s suffrage, which the men are due to vote on in a ballot on February 7, 1971.
Vancouver International Film Festival (Vancouver, BC) September 28, October 8 + 11, 2017 Ted Rogers Hot Docs Cinema (Toronto, ON) Starts November 24, 2017 RPL Film Theatre (Regina, SK) November 23 - 26, 2017 City Cinema, Charlottetown, PEI November 24 - 27, 2017 Arts Council of New Westminster (New Westminster, British Columbia) November 27, 2017 FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre (St. Catherines, ON)) December 6 + 10, 2017 Friday Flicks (Quadra Island, BC) December 1, 2017 Fundy Film Society (Wolfville, NS) December 6, 2017 Bytowne (Ottawa, ON) December 13 - 17, 2017 Reel Performances (Fort McMurray, AB) December 15, 2017 Sudbury Indie Cinema (Sudbury, ON) December 19, 2017 The Reel Thing Film Series (Richmond Hill, ON) December 27, 2017 Reel Alternatives (Duncan, BC) January 22, 2018 Spinning Reels - Film Circuit (Bracebridge, ON) March 12 + 26, 2018
A FILM BY ALEXANDRA DEAN EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS SUSAN SARANDON AND MICHAEL KANTOR PRODUCED BY KATHERINE DREW AND ADAM HAGGIAG CO-PRODUCERS DAVID KOH AND DAN BRAUN
The story of a Hollywood actress, defined by her appearance, who is secretly a brilliant inventor and changes the course of history.
Lamarr appeared nude at the age of 17 in the 1933 Czech film “Ecstasy” and later married a prominent Austrian businessman who became a weapons dealer to the Nazis. Lamarr, who was born Jewish, fled her husband in the middle of the night, boarding a boat for America with nothing to her name except a single designer gown. She eventually convinced MGM boss Louis B. Mayer to sign her to a deal.
Edmonton InternationalFilm Festival (Edmonton, AB) October 3, 2017 Western Arctic Moving Pictures Film Society (Yellowknife, NT) October 25, 2017 Brock University Film Series (Catharines, ON) November 1, 2017 Reel Movie Monday (Red Deer, AB) November 13, 2017 Cinefest Picton (Picton, ON) November 13, 2017 Winnipeg Cinematheque (Winnipeg, MB) December 6 - 10, 2017 TIFF Bell Lightbox (Toronto, ON) Starts December 8, 2017 Princess Cinema (Waterloo, ON) Starts December 8, 2017 Shuswap Film Society - Film Circuit (Salmon Arm, BC) December 9, 2017 Renfrew Film Association (Renfrew, ON) December 10, 2017 Smithers Film Society (Smithers, BC) December 10, 2017 Fredericton Monday Night Film Series (Fredericton, NB) December 11, 2017 Cinefest Picton - Regent Theatre (Picton, ON) December 11, 2017 North of Seven Film Festival (Bancroft, ON) December 12, 2017 Vancity (Vancouver, BC) December 15, 2017 RPL Film Theatre (Regina, SK) December 28 - 31, 201 Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, AB January 8, 2018 Atlantic Cinemas (Woodstock, NB) January 10, 2018 Oliver Theatre (Oliver, BC) January 10, 2018 Kitchen Stove Film Series, Penticton, BC January 18, 2018 Film Night International, Perth, ON (Film Circuit) February 7, 2018 Kicking Horse Culture (Golden, British Columbia) February 8, 2018 Film Night International (Smiths Falls, ON) February 8, 201 Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre - Revelstoke, BC February 28, 2018
INLAND - GERMANY 2017 - FINNISH, ENGLISH, ARABIC - 98 MIN · COLOUR ·2K DCP A FILM BY AKI KAURISMÄKI
This film tells two stories that converge after forty minutes. The first of these features Khaled, a Syrian refugee. A stowaway on a coal freighter, he ends up in Helsinki where he applies for asylum without much hope of success. Wikström, the second main character, is a travelling salesman peddling ties and men’s shirts. Turning his back on his trade, he instead decides to put his poker face to good use at a gambling table and subsequently buys himself a restaurant in the remotest corner of Helsinki.
Edmonton Film Festival (Edmonton, AB) October 4, 2017
2017 - 87 MINUTES - USA A FILM BY COLETTE BURSON WITH PATRICIA ARQUETTE, RAINN WILSON, KIRA MCLEAN
It’s the early 80’s in small town Virginia and “Perms” are all the rage. 13-year Aurelie dreams about getting one to fit in at her new school but when her clueless parents bring her to a hairdressing academy to save a few bucks, things go incredibly wrong. This is the story about adolescence, socially awkward family members and bad hair.
2016 - 92 MINUTES - IN ENGLISH A FILM BY THOMAS RIEDELSHEIMER
Sixteen years after the release of the ground-breaking film Rivers and Tides – Andy Goldsworthy Working with Time director Thomas Riedelsheimer has returned to work with the artist. Leaning into the Wind – Andy Goldsworthy follows Andy on his exploration of the layers of his world and the impact of the years on himself and his art. As Goldsworthy introduces his own body into the work it becomes at the same time even more fragile and personal and also sterner and tougher, incorporating massive machinery and crews on his bigger projects. Riedelsheimer’s exquisite film illuminates Goldsworthy’s mind as it reveals his art.