THEATRICAL BEGINS JUNE 2017
1985 - COLOUR - USA - 96 MINUTES - IN ENGLISH
A FILM BY DONNA DEITCH
Based on Jane Rule’s novel Desert of the Heart (1964), Donna Deitch’s narrative feature debut centres on a burgeoning lesbian romance between libertine casino worker Cay Rivvers (Patricia Charbonneau) and repressed university professor Vivian Bell (Helen Shaver) in Reno, Nevada in the late 1950s, a climate wherein being queer was...complicated.
THEATRICAL BEGINS JUNE 17, 2017
First Ontario Place (St. Catharines, ON)
November 11, 18, 19 + 24, 2017
4K RESTORATION, 50TH ANNIVERSARY RELEASE
USA - 1968 - 78 MINUTES - COLOUR - ENGLISH
A FILM BY D.A. PENNEBAKER
On a beautiful June weekend in 1967, at the height of the Summer of Love, the first and only Monterey International Pop Festival roared forward, capturing a decade's spirit and ushering in a new era of rock and roll.
THEATRICAL BEGINS DECEMBER 9, 2016
1985 - 115 MINUTES - JAPAN - 1.85:1
A FILM BY JUZO ITAMI
Juzo Itami’s rapturous “ramen western” returns to U.S. screens for the first time in decades, in a new 4K restoration. The tale of an enigmatic band of ramen ronin who guide the widow of a noodle shop owner on her quest for the perfect recipe, Tampopo serves up a savory broth of culinary adventure seasoned with offbeat comedy sketches and the erotic exploits of a gastronome gangster. Sweet, sexy, surreal, and mouthwatering, Tampopo remains one of the most delectable examples of food on film.
1988 - POLAND - 583 MINUTES - COLOUR
A FILM BY KRZYSZTOF KIEŚLOWSKI
This masterwork by Krzysztof Kieślowski is one of the twentieth century’s greatest achievements in visual storytelling. Originally made for Polish television, Dekalog focuses on the residents of a housing complex in late-Communist Poland, whose lives become subtly intertwined as they face emotional dilemmas that are at once deeply personal and universally human.
USA - 1970 - 96 MINUTES - BLACK & WHITE - 1.66:1 - DCP - BLU RAY
A FILM BY JOHN WATERS
John Waters’ gloriously grotesque, unavailable-for-decades second feature comes to theaters at long last, replete with all manner of depravity, from robbery to murder to one of cinema’s most memorably blasphemous moments.