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Touched With Fire USA 2015. Directed by Paul Dalio, 106 min. 14A


APR 12 + 15 @ 8PM


Carla (Katie Holmes) and Marco (Luke Kirby) are poets whose art is fueled by their emotional extremes. When they each go off their medications, they end up in the same psychiatric hospital. As the chemistry between them stirs up their emotions, it intensifies their conditions. Despite attempts to separate them, they pursue their beautiful, but destructive romance swinging from fantastical highs to depressive lows until they have to choose between sanity and love. A taut, emotionally expansive romance that explores the spectrum of experience available when life is lived close to its limits.


The Forbidden Room Canada 2015. Directed by Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson, 130 min. 14A


APR 30 @ 7PM


This mystery with dollops of comedy takes the viewer on an unexpected trip under the sea. A never- before-seen woodsman mysteriously appears aboard a submarine that’s been trapped deep under water for months with an unstable cargo. As the terrified crew make their way through the corridors of the doomed vessel, they find themselves on a voyage into the origins of their darkest fears. Catch hold of Maddin’s latest movie at the Film House.


A Special Day Italy, Canada 1977. Directed by Ettore Scola, 107 min. PG


APR 17 @ 1PM


Italian cinema dream team Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni deliver two of the finest performances of their careers in this moving, quietly subversive drama from Ettore Scola. Though set in Rome in 1938 when Benito Mussolini and the city rolled out the red carpet for Adolf Hitler, the film takes place entirely in a working-class apartment building, where an unexpected friendship blossoms between a conservative housewife and mother tending to her domestic duties and a liberal radio broadcaster awaiting deportation.


Ex Machina USA, UK 2015. Directed by Alex Garland, 108 min. 14A


APR 2 @ 9:30PM


This Academy-award winning film for Best Visual Effects follows Caleb (Dohmnall Gleeson), a 26-year-old programmer at the world’s largest internet company, as he wins a competition to spend a week at a private mountain retreat belonging to Nathan (Oscar Isaac), the reclusive CEO of the company. But when Caleb arrives at the remote location he finds that he will have to participate in a strange and fascinating experiment in which he must interact with the world’s first true artificial intelligence, housed in the body of a beautiful robot girl (Alicia Vikander).


Bronson UK 2008. Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, 92 min. 14A


APR 3 @ 1PM


Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive) paints this brutally violent portrait of Britain’s most notorious prisoner, Charles Bronson, as played by Tom Hardy (The Revenant) in an unforgettable performance – who has spent 34 years of his life in prison, and 28 of those in solitary confinement. As a teenager in the early 1970s, Bronson is jailed for seven years after robbing a post office. During his sentence he becomes increasingly violent and re-styles himself as a hardened criminal, convinced that his new persona will bring him the notoriety and fame he craves.


My Neighbor Totoro Japan 1988. Directed by Hiyao Miyazaki, 86 min. G


APR 23 @ 1:30PM


From the mystical and magical mind of Hiyao Miyazaki, the director of Studio Ghibli, comes a story about a family that moves to the country to be closer to their ailing mother. When the girls discover that the new home they live in has unexpected inhabitants, they go on a magical adventure with the wondrous forest spirits who live nearby. This English-dubbed animated classic has filled children’s hearts with joy since its release. Come young and old to experience the joy and magic that is Totoro.


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