Waterloo

A high school senior from South Carolina gets her first glimpse of the wider world, picturesque cities and woods of the Eastern seaboard on a class trip to Washington, D.C.

The Sweet East is a picaresque journey through the cities and woods of the Eastern seaboard of the United States undertaken by Lillian, a high school senior from South Carolina who gets her first glimpse of the wider world on a class trip to Washington, D.C.

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A directionless teenager, Susanna, is rushed to Claymoore, a mental institution, after a supposed suicide attempt. There, she befriends a group of troubled women who deeply influence her life.

25th Anniversary - part of our Rewind 99 series! 

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An elderly man reads to a woman with dementia the story of two young lovers whose romance is threatened by the difference in their respective social classes.

Do you love The Notebook as much as we do? Join us a special 20th Anniversary bring back to the big screen! 

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Join Community Justice Initiatives, in partnership with the Laurier Wellbeing in Film Forum, for a free screening + discussion of the film "Healing From Hate".

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Join filmmaker Terrance Odette and cinema progammer Wendy Guymer-Tutt for a post-film discussion of Andrei Tarkovsky's Mirror!

Once of the most acclaimed films of all time, Mirror is Andrei Tarkovsky's non-linear meditation on memory, history, dreams, and life and culture in the Soviet Union. As a dying man in his forties recalls his childhood, his mother, and personal moments, his dreams begin to collide with the collective memories of the Soviet people.

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Takumi and his daughter Hana live in Mizubiki Village, close to Tokyo. One day, the village inhabitants become aware of a plan to build a camping site near Takumi's house offering city residents a comfortable "escape" to nature.

From the Academy Award winning director Ryusuke Hamaguchi (Drive My Car, 2019)

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Amid a global pandemic, an entrepreneur looks back on his life's work owning and operating an idiosyncratic cinema in the forest of northern Ontario.

Director Matt Finlin in attendance for April 12 premiere (Hamilton); April 19 (Waterloo)!

An eccentric entrepreneur looks back on his life’s work ––owning and operating an idiosyncratic multiplex in the forest of Northern Ontario.

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Two swindlers, deep in debt, infiltrate a group of climate activists when they are attracted to the free food and drinks they are offered.

Both in debt up to their necks, Albert (Marmai) and Bruno (Cohen) have turned to a community worker (Mathieu Amalric) to try and help get a grip on their lives. However at one of their group sessions, they stumble into an adjoining meeting room hosting a gathering of young social activists, led by a vivacious organiser (the fabulous Noémie Merlant).

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A special tribute documentary honoring Gene Wilder's life and career.

This loving tribute to Gene Wilder celebrates his life and legacy as the comic genius behind an extraordinary string of film roles, from his first collaboration with Mel Brooks in The Producers, to the enigmatic title role in the original Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, to his inspired on-screen partnership with Richard Pryor in movies like Silver Streak.

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Screening of Killer Water followed by media panel discussion.

In Northern Alberta, Canada, sit the Athabasca tar sands—the world's largest known reservoir of crude bitumen, and a major driver of Canada’s economy. The vast majority of Canadian oil production comes from the extraction and processing of the crude bitumen found in the tar sands.

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