Film line-up for FALL 2017

Sept. 14 – THEIR FINEST
Sept. 21 – A GHOST STORY
Sept. 28 – LOST IN PARIS
Oct. 5 – BRIGSBY BEAR
Oct. 12 – THE MIDWIFE
Oct. 19 – LOVING VINCENT
Oct. 26 – TBD
Nov. 2 – TBD

All films start at 7pm at the Paramount Theatre, Victoria street.
See below for more info and film trailers.

A GHOST STORY – Sept. 21st, 7pm

Director: David Lowery. 92 minutes. Rated PG. English.

In this singular exploration of legacy, love, loss, and the enormity of existence, a recently deceased, white-sheeted ghost returns to his suburban home to try to reconnect with his bereft wife.

Tickets here or at MovieMart and of course at the door.


LOST IN PARIS – Sept. 28th

Directors – Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon 83min. French/English w/English Subtitles Comedy

Martha, an eighty-year-old former Canadian dancer, has been living in Paris for decades. Now losing her head, she is threatened to be sent to an old people’s home. No way. Martha decides to call her niece, Canadian librarian Fiona, for help. Alas, when her relative arrives in the French capital, Martha has disappeared. Worse, Fiona loses both her identity documents and money after falling into the Seine. Now alone in Paris, the young woman is desperate. It is at this point that Dom, a homeless man who lives in a tent on the Île aux Cygnes, unexpectedly comes into her life…, for better or worse. Written by Guy Bellinger

Tickets here.


BRIGSBY BEAR – Oct. 5th

Director: Dave McGary. 100min. PG-13 English. Comedy

Brigsby Bear Adventures is a children’s TV show produced for an audience of one: James. When the show abruptly ends, James’s life changes forever, and he sets out to finish the story himself. The feel good kidnapping movie of the year.


THE MIDWIFE – Oct 12th

Director: Martin Provost 117min. Staring Catherine Deneuve. French w/English Subtitles. Drama

Claire is a midwife in a maternity hospital. She is humane and helpful and gives herself entirely to her patients. But for all that her life is not a bed of roses. Her hospital is about to close its doors and the devoted woman is determined not to work in the new modern hospital she regards as a “baby factory”. Her personal life is no triumph either: she is single and does not make friends easily. To make matters worse, her student son Simon is gradually leaving home, as he is developing a relationship with his new sweetheart Lucie. It is the moment that chooses Béatrice, her dead father’s former mistress, to resurface. The eccentric, spendthrift, sensual, amoral woman (Claire’s exact opposite in fact) is really the last kind of person she needs to mix with. But Béatrice soon informs her that she suffers from brain cancer and she has nobody else to turn to. Torn between rejection and duty, what is Claire going to do ? Written by Guy Bellinger


LOVING VINCENT – Oct 19th

Directors: Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman. 95min. PG-13. English.

The man was carrying nothing; his hands clasped to a fresh bullet wound leaking blood from his belly.
This was Vincent van Gogh, then a little known artist; now the most famous artist in the world.
His tragic death has long been known, what has remained a mystery is how and why he came to be shot.
Loving Vincent tells that story.
The worlds first fully oil painted feature film.