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Be a Big Brother/Big Sister

Make a difference with Big Brothers Big Sisters. Pass your wisdom, knowledge and experience on. Be a [ ... ]

PEI Symphony Orchestra: 50 years this ye...

PEISO puts out a call for your Symphony memories During its 2017-2018 concert season, the PEI Symph [ ... ]

A Quiet Passion

A Quiet Passion

April 20–24
City Cinema

PG
Dir: Terence Davies, UK, 125 min. Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle, Duncan Duff, Keith Carradine

“Terence Davies has proved an astute observer of the plight of women encumbered by expectation with films such as The House of Mirth, The Deep Blue Sea and Sunset Song featuring strong women fighting against the tide. And so it is with his latest, which benefits from a barnstorming
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Kedi

Kedi

April 25–29
City Cinema

Dir: Ceyda Torun, Turkey, 80 min. In Turkish with English subtitles

Kedi made headlines in New York City, where it scored the largest per-screen gross of the weekend… Kedi is about the street cats of Istanbul and the people who care for them. And if that sounds like a thin premise for a feature-length documentary, I’ll just say that 80 minutes of cats wandering into
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A United Kingdom

A United Kingdom

April 28–May 6
City Cinema

PG, mature theme, language may offend. Dir: Amma Asante, UK, 111 min. David Oyelowo, Rosamund Pike, Tom Felton

“Britain’s dark colonial past is dragged out into the burning sunlight in this rousing true-life love story… When an African prince falls in love with a white English office girl in post-war London, their marriage causes political and tribal trauma in their
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Their Finest

Their Finest

May 5–13
City Cinema

14A, coarse language, sexual content. Dir: Lone Scherfig, UK, 117 min. Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin, Bill Nighy, Jack Huston

“The resoundingly British Their Finest, about a group of film-makers working for the Ministry of Information in London in 1940, is surely among the most sheerly enjoyable at the Festival… The way it catches the Blitz-era mood of terror and
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After The Storm

After The Storm

May 12–16
City Cinema

PG, mature theme. Dir:  Hirokazu Koreeda, Japan, 117 min. Hiroshi Abe, Yoko Maki, Kirin Kiki, Taiyo Yoshizawa. In Japanese with English subtitles

“Following Our Little Sister, Hirokazu Kore-eda is back writing his own material for After The Storm, a drama about precise emotional shifts in a splintered family unit. It’s what most of his movies are about, Our Little
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Frantz

Frantz

May 17–20
City Cinema

PG, mature theme. Dir: François Ozon, France, 114 min. Pierre Niney, Paula Beer, Ernst Stötzner, Marie Gruber. In French and German with English subtitles

“François Ozon is nothing if not a restless filmmaker. He’s tackled everything from a classic Gallic farce (Potiche), to a murder mystery (8 Women), to an erotic thriller (Swimming Pool)… With an Ozon movie, you never
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Tommy’s Honour

Tommy’s Honour

May 19–27
City Cinema

PG, language warning. Dir: Jason Connery, UK, 117 min. Peter Mullan, Jack Lowden, Ophelia Lovibond, Sam Neill

“’There’s only one story you’ll get from me,’ growls Peter Mullan from behind a hedgerow of coarse woolly beard. As Tom Morris in Tommy’s Honour, the veteran Scottish actor embodies the pioneering exploits of a St. Andrews man who inaugurated the Open Championship
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Window Horses

Window Horses

May 26–30
City Cinema

G. Animation. Dir: Ann Marie Fleming, Canada, 88 min. Shohreh Aghdashloo, Ellen Page, Sandra Oh

“Window Horses needs to be shared. It’s the animated coming-of-age story about a young woman of Persian-Chinese heritage (voiced with appealing uncertainty by Sandra Oh) who travels from Vancouver to Iran to read at a poetry festival in Shiraz. Her self-published book of poems has
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Some Upcoming Events

Art exhibit: Spirit Keepers

Aboriginal artists at The Guild Until April 24
The Guild Five Aboriginal women celebrate the halfwa [ ... ]

Making It Home: A Remembrance

May 5 & 6 (*pre-purchase tickets by May 1)
Hillcrest United Church In 1942, long before he was P [ ... ]

What a Wonderful World

April 28
St. Paul's Church What a Wonderful World! takes place April 28 at 7 pm St. Paul’s church, [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Resistance fighter

Profile: Kathleen Hamilton by Jane Ledwell Contrivances and secrets—lies—they cause a lot [ ... ]

A Passion for Nature

Thérèse D'Amour exhibit opening at Gallery 18 Gallery 18 in New London has announced an exhibitio [ ... ]

HC students pass Emerit tour guide exam

Three students enrolled in Holland College’s Tourism and Travel Management program have successful [ ... ]