Canada

In January of 2011, The Sheepdogs were an unknown rock band from Saskatoon, Canada. They were touring in a broken van, playing a brand of vintage rock music that everyone told them would never get radio play. But after winning a place on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine, everything changed.

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The Manor

“Shawney Cohen calls himself a filmmaker, but he’s actually been a strip club manager for longer. When he was six years old his father bought “The Manor,” a strip club attached to a seedy 32-room motel in Guelph, Ontario. Years later, his father has seen his weight balloon to 400 pounds, while his mother struggles to survive at 85 pounds.

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14A

Admission is free to all ETFO (Waterloo Region) members. EVERYONE WELCOME.

Rebelle - ETFO Anti-racist committee screening

EFTO (Waterloo Region) members must show membership cards. Cash collected at door will be donated by the EFTO to a charity.

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Foreverland

Director Maxwell McGuire will be in attendance each night and there will be a Q&A following the film.

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Canada Film Days Festival 2013

Fight Like Soldiers, Die Like Children

Director Patrick Reed will be appearing at the May 8, 7:00pm screening! Q&A to follow screening.

Advance tickets for the closing night screening now available on Eventbrite

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Blood Pressure

Director Sean Garrity will be attending Thursday, May 2 screening

Thom Ernst Host/Producer of TVO Saturday Night at the Movies will be on hand Opening night to introduce both Blackbird and Blood Pressure!

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PG

Canada Film Days Festival 2013

Still Mine

A Special Presentation at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival, Michael McGowan’s Still Mine is an exquisitely mounted and deeply affecting story about one man’s determination to create a home for his ailing wife as they enter their twilight years.

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TBA

Set & shot in the countryside of New Brunswick.

Still Mine

Craig Morrison (James Cromwell), a farmer in rural St. Martins, New Brunswick, is used to doing things for himself. Somewhat cantankerous and stubborn, with the help of his wife, Irene (Geneviève Bujold), he's managed to keep his farm going using traditional methods despite the domination of industrial agriculture in the marketplace.

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14A

Canada Film Days Festival 2013

OSCAR NOMINEE! BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM

WINNER! 11 AWARDS AT 2013 CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS!

WINNER! 3 AWARDS at 2013 JUTRA AWARDS!

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PG

Sarah Polley explores her family history, and the idea of memory.

Stories We Tell makes “documentary” seem the most limiting of labels. Sarah Polley’s brave quest to uncover her family’s deepest secrets unfolds like a thriller, one where the resolution is literally part of her DNA. It’s an intimate story of truth, memory and reconciliation, not just for Polley and her family but also for astonished viewers.

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