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Duration: 180 mins
Country of Origin: GB, 2014
The Royal Opera House presents...

Don José (Jonas Kaufmann) is a young soldier in the army in Seville. He intends to marry Micaëla, a girl from his home village, but when he meets the sensual and high-spirited Carmen (Anna Caterina Antonacci), his head is soon turned…Spanish heat and gypsy passion are brought to the stage in Francesca Zambello’s vivid production of Bizet’s famous opera.

Sung in French with English subtitles

Acts One and Two will last for about 1 hour 50 minutes, followed by a 15 minute interval. Act Three will last for about 1 hour 5 mins.

Duration: 180 mins
Country of Origin:
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Apr 23 07:00 pm

Celebrating the art of the Canadian low-to-no budget independent filmmaker, Cinema Spectacular is back for its second year! Bringing you a program gathered from across Canada, this unique event relishes the opportunity to bring you passion projects from all walks of life. Spend an evening with shorts, music videos, web series previews, and feature film trailers made from strength of will, gumption, and the love of filmmaking. Stick around after the event for a Q+A with attending filmmakers, fundraising raffle, and some good old fashioned networking.

Love local cinema!

Bring cash for door tickets, raffle entries, and merchandise!"

Duration: 114 mins
Country of Origin: USA, 2014
Vancity Theatre Screening

In January 2013, filmmaker Laura Poitras was in the process of constructing a film about abuses of national security in post-9/11 America when she started receiving encrypted e-mails from someone identifying himself as “citizen four,” who was ready to blow the whistle on the massive covert surveillance programs run by the NSA and other intelligence agencies. In June 2013, she and reporter Glenn Greenwald flew to Hong Kong for the first of many meetings with the man who turned out to be Edward Snowden. She brought her camera with her.

"The documentary of the year may also be its most hair-raising thriller." — Liam Lacey, Globe and Mail

"This patient, beautiful, painful, engrossing film pits husband and wife against each other and their world in a series of extended conversations/confrontations." — Alan Scherstuhl, Village Voice

"Tense and frightening ... a primal political fable for the digital age." — New York Times