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Oscar Nominated Live Action Short Films - 2018
STC
For the eighth year in a row we are proud to offer the chance to see some of the Oscar nominated films that many people never see. The short film categories are full of amazing films - the unsung nominees that are worth their weight in Oscar gold.
Feb 25-Mar 1 - Original Princess
The Economics of Happiness
STC
Co-presented by Divest Waterloo, The Working Centre and Princess Cinemas.
Feb 27 - Original Princess
A Fantastic Woman
STC
“Multiple mirrors abound in frame after frame of A Fantastic Woman, repeatedly reflecting the woman of the title — young, beautiful, headstrong Marina (Daniela Vega) — in all her, well, fantastic glory.
Mar 2-8 - Original Princess
Happy End
14A
“Happy End is a satirical nightmare of haute-bourgeois European prosperity: as stark, brilliant and unforgiving as a halogen light. The movie rehearses almost all of director Michael Haneke’s classic themes and visual ideas: family dysfunction, inter-generational revenge, the poisonous...
Mar 9-13 - Original Princess
My Left Foot
PG
"At the beginning of My Left Foot, a man's foot pulls a record from its sleeve, lowers it tremulously onto a turntable and, after the foot's owner catches his breath, starts the music.
March 7 - Original Princess
A Room with a View
PG
“James Ivory’s first adaptation of EM Forester’s work  is incredibly fresh and arresting film-making: moving and amusing, swooningly romantic and socially ferocious – nothing less than a full-frontal (in every way) assault on your soul.
Feb 28 - Original Princess
There Will Be Blood
PG
“To music that sounds like a hive of angry bees, Daniel Day-Lewis falls down an oil well he's digging and breaks his foot in the opening moments of Paul Thomas Anderson's oil epic.
Mar 14 - Original Princess
Loveless
STC
“With his devastating, finely layered new drama Loveless (Nelyubov), Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev once again demonstrates his remarkable gift for creating perfectly formed dramatic microcosms that illustrate the bred-in-the-bone pathologies of Russian society.
Mar 9-15 - Original Princess
The Breakfast Club
14A
“The classic 80s film, The Breakfast Club strands five archetypal teenagers — played by Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy — in a high school library for an all-day detention session. Left to their own devices, the kids move beyond an...
Mar 11 - Original Princess
California Typewriter
G
“It’s rather amazing how deeply embedded in our culture and everyday lives typewriters used to be. Of course, that’s rather the point of filmmaker Doug Nichol’s cinematic paean to the typewriter. With the dawn of the Digital Age, many of us look back with fondness and...
March 15 - Original Princess
A Matter of Life and Death
G
A Matter of Live and Death is the utterly unique, enduringly rich and strange romantic fantasia from Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. The film begins with a sensational flourish: a nuclear explosion that destroys a solar system.
Mar 12-15 - Original Princess
Ramen Heads
STC
“Food lovers will (loudly) slurp up Ramen Heads, an in-depth study of Japan’s favourite comfort dish. The doc focuses largely on the training, techniques and travels of top ramen chef Osamu Tomita, who routinely sees queues forming outside his shop at 6 am.
Original Princess

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