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May 2014
Fuel for the Fire
Fuel for the Fire
Profile: Harmony Wagner

by Jane Ledwell

Film-maker Harmony Wagner thought filming Victoria Park crows would be the easiest part of her short film, Queen of the Crows. “They’re so abundant down there, I didn’t think it would be a problem,” she says. But when the time came for writer/director Harmony and her partner, producer Jason Rogerson, to weave them into the narrative of a story about an Island family

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October 2013
Night Watchman
Night Watchman
Profile: Derek Martin

by Jane Ledwell

I’ve had a lot of different jobs, and most of them feed into my work here in the cinema,” says City Cinema owner Derek Martin. “I’ve been a stage manager for theatre, and I know about making sure a show is running on time, managing a crowd. I’ve worked in a supermarket, so I know all the pop bottle labels should be facing out, and to check the best-before dates,” he says w

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October 2013
City Cinema @ 20
City Cinema @ 20

by Dave Stewart

There are places and people that we sometimes take for granted in PEI. These mainstays create a backdrop to our day-to-day, enhance our quality of life here, and gently influence us whether we interact regularly with them or not.

Without a doubt, City Cinema falls into this category, providing Islanders with the opportunity to see culturally significant movies onscreen while also hosting

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October 2013
I’d Like To Thank The Academy...

by Derek Martin

On September 28, 1993, City Cinema screened its first movie for the public, Strictly Ballroom. Fast-forward some 1, 700 movies and it’s our 20th anniversary! Check our listings for some special events. We’ll be reprising Food & Film with the appropriately named Haute Cuisine—see the movie, then enjoy a meal based on the film. For some fun around Halloween we’ll have The Movie Repairmen fix Ato

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October 2013
I Remember the Time…
I Remember the Time…
Some favourite memories from friends of City Cinema

The Wedding

It was almost ten years ago. I was selling tickets at the cinema when he turned the corner, faced me and said cheerfully “Hey I know you!” He was standing with a cute redhead, (I had spotted the two of them a month earlier and thought to myself “damn shame he’s taken.”) At this meeting though, he saw me and despite my announcement that we had ne

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October 2013
Top of the Lists
Derek Martin researches the City Cinema archives

by Derek Martin

Our Top 20 Films by Attendance

I love documentaries but they drive me crazy—they are the most unpredictable genre to program. The hugely entertaining Academy Award winner Man On Wire was one of the most acclaimed films of its year. It is still the second-highest rated film (of any type) on Rotten Tomatoes. Yet it ranks 1,446 on our list—we c

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October 2013
Going to the Movies

The Other Notebook
by David Helwig

I don’t know when I saw my first movie. I only know it was when I lived in Toronto in the 1940s. What I do know is that not long after my tenth birthday we moved to a small town which had a movie theater only one block away from our house. I was too young to be allowed into night movies alone, but I soon became an addict of the Saturday matinees—the Bowery Boys, the Thr

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June 2013
Biggest Screenwriters Bootcamp Yet

This year’s PEI Screenwriters’ Bootcamp workshop series boasts the highest number of writers from PEI participating in its seven-year history. The participants were: Ryan Gallant, Shane Mountain, Katie MacDonald, Justin O’Hanley, Susanne MacDonald, Adam Perry, Finley Martin, and Maureen Hill from PEI as well as Rachel Bower, Mary Seyffert-Hamblin, Shelley Thompson, Renée Hillier-Downs, Megan Wennberg, and Ma

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May 2013
Just Passing Through
Just Passing Through
Jeremy Larter web series premieres in May

In Her Own Write
by Ann Thurlow

If this was a movie, it would it would go like this: Start with a flashback. Jeremy Later and Geoff Read become friends in junior high school. Years pass. We see Larter pursue his dream of making web series with the acclaimed Profile PEI and the lesser known (but equally funny) Ponderings, Leafs Beefs and Kitty Kat Time. We see

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December 2012
The Appointment
The Appointment
Louise Lalonde completes shooting for her latest short film

Charlottetown-based writer-director Louise Lalonde recently wrapped the shoot for her new short, The Appointment. The film stars Murielle MacDonald and Olivia Barnes. Shot in both English and French on location at School Street House, The Appointment is about a young woman who desperately seeks guidance from a fortune teller. Louise has dabbled

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Poco’s Pledge

In response to a growing incident of animal abandonment cases, the PEI Humane Society has launched �bsp;...

Funding for The Guild

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