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(Memorias del subdesarrollo)
Duration: 97 mins
Country of Origin: Cuba, 1968
Series:
Cuba Now & Then

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Jul 24 06:30 pm

A middle-class intellectual who stayed in Cuba after the

Revolution in 1959 faces a new world he does not seem to grasp. Selected among the best 2000 films of all times by the International Federation of Film-Clubs. Based on Edmundo Desnoes’s award-winning novel. "This audacious, sensual portrait of an alienated intellectual in the early days of Castro’s Cuba, released in 1968, is one of the great movies of its era." Michael Sragow, New Yorker

Duration: 106 mins
Country of Origin: Italy, 2015
Series:
Vancity Theatre Screening

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Jul 01 06:30 pm
Jul 02 04:10 pm
Jul 03 02:50 pm
Jul 04 04:15 pm
Jul 05 06:30 pm
Jul 06 01:00 pm
Jul 07 06:30 pm
Jul 11 04:15 pm
Jul 12 06:30 pm
Jul 16 02:15 pm

The great Margherita Buy stars as a film director trying to deal with simultaneous crises — one on the movie set and one involving her mother’s health — in Italian master Nanni Moretti’s smart and funny humanist take on the ties that bind. "Warm, witty and seductive - tremendously smart and enjoyable. Moretti’s best film in years." (The Guardian)

Duration: 110 mins
Country of Origin: USA, 1996
Series:
De Palma

Showtimes

Jul 19 01:00 pm
Jul 20 06:30 pm

De Palma’s only modern day blockbuster is an infectiously enjoyable series of conceits and deceits, feints, masks and trompe l’oeils, designed to undermine the hard and fast polarities that propped up the Cold War. To be sure it’s De Palma-lite, but light years ahead of the other films in this franchise.

(L'hermine)
Duration: 98 mins
Country of Origin: France, 2015
Series:
Vancity Theatre Screening

In this elegant, witty courtroom drama, the outcome of the trial gradually slips into the background as Christian Vincent instead focuses on the courtship between the presiding judge (Fabrice Luchini, from Gemma Bovery and Cycling with Moliere) and one of the reserve jurists (Sidse Babett Knudsen from The Duke of Burgundy and TV’s Borgen). Witty, subtle and ultimately poignant, this is like an especially polished episode of The Good Wife, augmented with a certain savoir faire.

Movies for Mommies screenings are modified for the enjoyment of moms and their infants. Screenings take place in low light with lower volume levels.