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The Handmaid's Tale
The Handmaid’s Tale has remained an unfortunately relevant piece of work – and though the earlier film version has to skim some of that subtext, it’s still a successful adaptation.
Nov 23 - Original Princess
Do Donkeys Act?
Willem Dafoe narrates this strange and surprisingly beautiful Hot Docs Festival favourite about a group of donkeys recovering from abuse in a sanctuary. In entrancingly rhythmic prose, Dafoe gives a new perspective on the donkey—deterring us from adding human values to their behaviour with...
Nov 29 & 30 - Original Princess
Big Time
“Bjarke Ingels reveals the demands of being one of the world's most successful architects, and its impact on his personal life and health, in the new documentary BIG Time.
Dec 13 & 14 - Original Princess
Human Flow
“Human Flow begins with an image of the open sea — vast, neutral, almost calming. Into the frame slips a handful of overloaded zodiacs, bright orange life jackets singling out the children among the passengers who have spent days adrift.
Nov 24 - Dec 3 - Original Princess
Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story
“Actress Hedy Lamarr’s beauty was far more impressive than her filmography. But as Alexandra Dean's eye-opening Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story shows, Lamarr's films were far from the most interesting thing about her. An entertaining argument that we should view the Austrian...
Dec 6-8 - Original Princess
Faces Places
“A collaborative project between the legendary director Agnès Varda and the French street artist JR, the documentary, Faces Places, takes the shape of a road trip infused with equal parts whimsy, artistic experimentation and awe-inspiring monumentality.
Nov 24-28 - Original Princess
“Three love stories unfold in Jane, Brett Morgen’s stirring portrait of conservationist Jane Goodall. The first is the director’s respect and affection for his octogenarian subject. Embraced in the clear, honeyed light of Ellen Kuras’ cinematography, Goodall comes across as...
Dec 1-10 - Original Princess
The Other Side of Hope
“Finnish director Aki Kaurismäki is known for making the driest of dry black comedies that rarely put a step further than a Helsinki bar. His film are gems of poker-faced comic absurdism, full of expressionless faces and gloomy rooms. That’s still the case with The Other Side of...
Dec 8-13 - Original Princess
Darkest Hour
“Joe Wright directs this undeniably exciting and beguiling account of Winston Churchill’s darkest hour in 1940, as Hitler’s forces gather across the Channel, poised to invade. This is not so much a period war movie as a high-octane political thriller: May 1940 as House Of Cards,...
Opens Dec 22 - Original Princess
The Breadwinner
“The premise recalls Mulan but The Breadwinner is no Disney trinket. The animated film based on Canadian author Deborah Ellis’s book grapples with violence and other abuses inflicted on women by the Taliban, ultimately finding hope in an 11-year-old girl’s strength and resilience.
Dec 15-21 - Original Princess
Professor Marston & The Wonder Women
“Long before Wonder Woman was a big cardboard multiplex cutout, she was a comic-book dazzler whose heroic encounters involved bondage, homosexuality and other ostensibly aberrant behaviors. Professor Marston and the Wonder Women is Angela Robinson's fascinating and admirably adult true-...
Dec 15-21 - Original Princess
The Killing of a Sacred Deer
"A mysterious tale of family tragedy, revenge and atonement unfolds with the poker-faced poise of Stanley Kubrick and the kind of mannered dialogue that might have been written by Harold Pinter. There are times when it seems ridiculous yet you can’t tear yourself away from it.
Dec. 1 - Twin

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