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45 Years
"In the beautifully acted drama '45 Years,' a marriage lives and dies; we watch its agonized struggle, like a butterfly impaled on a pin. It’s a quiet movie, taking place over a week in the lives of Kate and Geoff Mercer (Charlotte Rampling, Tom Courtenay), a retired British...
Feb. 19 - Twin
The Lady in the Van
"It's 16 years since Maggie Smith last played cantankerous Mary Shepherd in Alan Bennett’s hit play about his real-life nuisance neighbour. Since then the veteran actress has carefully honed the art of the acidic one-liner in Downton Abbey and two 'Marigold Hotel' films.
Feb. 26 - Twin
Only Yesterday
Re-voiced 1991 Studio Ghibli classic gets a belated North American release
Mar 11-17 - Original Princess
“Charlie Kaufman, the mind behind “Being John Malkovich” and “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” possesses an artistic sensibility unlike any other filmmaker working today. That sensibility informs every word and frame of “Anomalisa,” which received an...
Feb 19-25 - Original Princess
Embrace of the Serpent
“A visually mesmerizing exploration of man, nature and the destructive powers of colonialism, Embrace of the Serpent (El abrazo de la serpiente) marks an impressively realized third feature from Colombian writer-director Ciro Guerra. Featuring knockout black-and-white cinematography and an...
Feb 26-Mar 2 - Original Princess
Racing Extinction
“We humans can only see a very narrow spectrum of what is out there. There is a whole world hidden to our eyes, and it’s what we don’t see that threatens our planet’s survival, according to filmmaker Louie Psihoyos.
Feb 18 - Original Princess
Winner - Cannes Film Fest - Un Certain Regard Award “Gummi and Kiddi live next door to each other in a secluded Icelandic valley. Both are sheep farmers, but neither has spoken to the other for four decades, despite their being brothers. Then comes a suspected outbreak of scrapie, a fatal...
Mar 4-17 - Original Princess
Born to be Blue
“Ethan Hawke makes a riveting Chet Baker in this free-flowing bio
Opens Mar 18 - Original Princess
Our Loved Ones
“Montreal-based filmmaker Anne Emond amply fulfills the promise of her first feature, the sexually charged two-hander “Nuit #1,” with “Our Loved Ones,” a more de
Mar 12 & 13 - Original Princess
The Messenger
Opening Night special guest appearances with Q&A. Producer Joanne Jackson will be joined by Waterloo resident Lyle Friesen, a landbird biologist with Canadian Wildlife Services and Environment Canada, who was consulted in the making of The Messenger. Lyle's scene 'Cowbirds and the Case...
Mar 4-7 - Original Princess
The Wave
“It was about time Scandinavia made its first disaster movie, and the Norwegian tsunami thriller The Wave (Bolgen) makes up for the long wait.
Mar 5-10 - Original Princess
La guerre des tuques (2D)
“For the schoolkids in the mountain village where the animated action of Snowtime! unfolds, winter break is a time for war games. It’s either that or succumb to boredom.
Mar 13 - Original Princess
Requiem for the American Dream
“Thank heavens he ends on an upbeat note! Well, semi-upbeat. For 73 minutes, Noam Chomsky, one of the great intellectuals of the past hundred years, describes how America was founded with a mandate to “protect the minority of the opulent against the majority,” and how it’s...
Feb 26-28 - Original Princess
La Famille Bélier
“Paula is a spunky 16-year-old with a lot more chores than most; as the only hearing person of the Béliers, she has to frequently act as a go-between for her parents, the dairy farmers Rodolphe and Gigi and her younger sibling, Quentin.
Mar 11 - Original Princess

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