Free Victoria Day Screenings
To honour the birthday of our cinema’s patron, the late Ted Rogers, we are proud to present free screenings of four landmark Canadian documentaries in partnership with TIFF’s Canada on Screen program.
Each of these films has been selected from a list of 150 essential films that was compiled through a national poll of industry professionals to commemorate Canada’s 150th anniversary. What better way to celebrate Victoria Day than with these classic works of documentary filmmaking, our country’s national art form?
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Join us on Victoria Day, May 22
A MARRIED COUPLE
This intense and intimate ‘Direct Cinema’ masterpiece follows the domestic lives of Billy and Antoinette Edwards for 10 weeks as their marriage is falling apart.
12:00 PM – RESERVE TICKETS
A behind-the-scenes portrait of then 19-year-old superstar, Paul Anka, with a sly look at the cost of fame and commodification of celebrity.
2:15 PM – RESERVE TICKETS
Filmmaker Gil Cardinal sets off on a search for his biological family and uncovers his indigenous roots along the way.
2:45 PM – RESERVE TICKETS
Mark Achbar and Peter Wintonick’s award-winning portrait of Noam Chomsky profiles the philosopher’s groundbreaking ideas on society, democracy and the media.
4:00 PM – RESERVE TICKETS