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FILM+DINING GUIDE APRIL + MAY 2019


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BRING THE SPRING, BRING THE WEIRD Spring is the most supernatural season. Magically, vivid green things sprout from the earth, birds return to fill the air with song, and many warm-blooded creatures, humans included, become afflicted with something called ‘springfever.’ Spring. It’s the weirdest. It’s a tough act to follow but The Film House is going to try. The last issue of the Film + Dining Guide shared the frustration of being shut-out of the opportunity to bring Roma, the year’s most talked about film. Well, good news, Roma will be on the big screen where it belongs this April. Weird, huh? By special arrangement, The Film House also brings The Man Who Killed Don Quixote directed by original Python Terry Gilliam. This is a film almost thirty years in the making, a production history so long and weird that it became the subject of its own documentary, Lost in La Mancha. Yorgos Lanthimos, the filmmaker responsible for such weirdly wonderful films as The Lobster and The Killing of a Sacred Deer shows up in the program again with the acclaimed period comedy-drama The Favourite, a title that topped the heap and tied Roma for Oscar nominations this year while also earning Olivia Colman Best Actress. To mark 4-20 (Saturday 20 April) and Canada’s legalization of cannabis, Late Night Screenings return to The Film House with a presentation of Dazed and Confused, the smoke-filled coming-of-age comedy that launched Matthew McConaughey’s career. McConaughey makes the screen again in May as the lead in Harmony Korine’s latest The Beach Bum, starring alongside Snoop Dog, Isla Fisher, and Jimmy Buffet—films won’t likely come much weirder than this. To round things out, Bob and Doug show up in, uh, Strange Brew for National Canadian Film Day on Wednesday 17 April. Sneaking a live mouse into a beer bottle to get a free case will seem like a fairly ordinary plot for a film in this company. And hey, you really can get some things for free without going to such lengths, tickets for Strange Brew are on The Film House!

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Thu 4 Apr 7PM / Fri 5 Apr 9PM / Sat 6 Apr 4PM / Tue 9 Apr 7PM / Fri 12 Apr 6:30PM Sat 13 Apr 6:30PM / Sun 14 Apr 7PM

ROMA

Mexico, US, 2018. Directed by Alfonso Cuarón. 135 min. 14A In 1971, Cleo (Yalitza Aparicio) works as a live-in housekeeper for a middle-class family with four children in a neighborhood known as Roma in Mexico City. Meanwhile, there is student unrest in the city, making the streets somewhat dangerous to navigate, and an impending earthquake. Presented in Spanish with English subtitles.

“Director Alfonso Cuarón follows up the excellent Gravity the best way he can, by going back to his childhood to make this loving ode to the women who raised him.” - Jeffrey M. Anderson, Common Sense Media “Alfonso Cuarón’s masterpiece Roma, an autobiographical movie set in Mexico City in the 1970s, uses both intimacy and monumentality to express the depths of ordinary life.” - Manohla Dargis, The NY Times

Thu 11 Apr 7PM / Sat 13 Apr 9PM / Tue 16 Apr 7PM / Fri 19 Apr 9PM Sat 20 Apr 9PM / Sun 21 Apr 4PM

BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY

UK, US, 2018. Directed by Bryan Singer. 134 min. PG A foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music, and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury, the film traces the rise of the band through their iconic songs and revolutionary sound. They reach unparalleled success, but in an unexpected turn Freddie shuns Queen in pursuit of his solo career.

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While bravely facing an AIDS diagnosis, Freddie reunites with his bandmates and leads them in one of the greatest performances in the history of rock music at Live Aid (1985). “Bohemian Rhapsody and Rami Malek cleverly and warmly distill an era and its music into a thoroughly entertaining piece of music history.” - Roger Moore, Movie Nation


Thu 18 Apr 7PM / Fri 19 Apr 6:30PM / Sat 20 Apr 6:30PM / Tue 23 Apr 7PM Fri 26 Apr 6:30PM / Sun 28 Apr 4PM

THE FAVOURITE

Ireland, 2018. Directed by Yorgos Lanthimos. 119 min. R The Favourite is a bawdy, acerbic tale of royal intrigue, passion, envy and betrayal in the court of Queen Anne in early 18th century England. At the center of the story is the Queen herself (Olivia Colman), whose relationship with her confidante, adviser and clandestine lover Sarah Churchill, Duchess of

Marlborough (Rachel Weisz) is turned upside down by the arrival of the Duchess’s younger cousin Abigail (Emma Stone). Soon the balance of power shifts between the women as they jockey for influence with the Queen and the court. “The comedy is elegant, frequently dark and genuinely witty. The spectacle is gorgeous. The revisionism is gleeful.” - Joe Morgenstern, Wall Street Journal

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Thu 25 Apr 7PM / Fri 26 Apr 9PM / Sat 27 Apr 4PM / Sun 28 Apr 7PM / Tue 30 Apr 7PM Fri 3 May 6:30PM / Sat 4 May 6:30PM

THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE

Spain, Belgium, France, 2018. Directed by Terry Gilliam. 122 min. NR Toby, a disillusioned film director, becomes pulled into a world of time jumping fantasy when a Spanish cobbler believes him to be Sancho Panza. He gradually becomes unable to tell dreams from reality.

“A film suffused with a love of art, and of those who would dare to make it.” - Karen Han, Slate “It is an intensely personal piece of filmmaking, a movie shot through with sneaky, unruly pleasures and no small poignancy.” - Justin Chang, The LA Times “It’s as if Gilliam is pulling us into his madness, into a world where things are both better and more dangerous.” - Bilge Ebiri, Village Voice

Thu 2 May 7PM / Fri 3 May 9PM / Sat 4 May 4PM / Sun 5 May 7PM / Tue 7 May 7PM Fri 10 May 6:30PM / Sat 11 May 6:30PM / Sun 12 May 7PM

GLORIA BELL

Chile, US, 2018. Directed by Sebastián Lelio. 104 min. 14A Gloria (Julianne Moore) is a free-spirited, middleaged divorcee who spends her days at a straightlaced office job and her nights on the dance floor, joyfully letting loose at high-end dance clubs around Los Angeles. After meeting Arnold (John Turturro) on a night out, she suddenly

finds herself thrust into an unexpected new romance, filled with both the joys of budding love and the complications of mature dating. “The Chilean writer-director Sebastián Lelio teams up with a transcendently perfect Julianne Moore for Gloria Bell, a redo of his also wonderful movie Gloria.” - Manohla Dargis, The NYTimes


Thu 9 May 7PM / Fri 10 May 9PM / Sat 11 May 9PM / Tue 14 May 7PM / Fri 17 May 9PM Sat 18 May 9PM / Sun 19 May 7PM

THE BEACH BUM

US, 2018. Directed by Harmony Korine. 95 min. NR The Beach Bum follows the hilarious misadventures of Moondog (Matthew McConaughey), a rebellious rogue who always lives life by his own rules. Costarring Snoop Dog, Zac Efron, and Isla Fisher, The Beach Bum is a refreshingly original and subversive new comedy

from director Harmony Korine (Kids, Spring Breakers). “The Beach Bum works by never losing its tonal statement that all that really matters is what matters to you ... man.” - Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com “The Beach Bum is a work of undeniable commitment and craft...” - Jon Frosch, Hollywood Reporter

PHO NHÀ VIETNAMESE CUISINE 300C FOURTH AVENUE UNIT 7 PHỞ TÁI / RARE BEEF PHO $9 / $10.50

With all the sauces and fixins on the side, you’ll never eat the same pho twice. Cooked to order from a family recipe, this fragrant broth stimulates the senses and proves that not much beats simple quality ingredients. Thinly sliced rare beef and onions swim in that beautiful broth, surrounded by rice noodles that absolutely need to be slurped. [JY]

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19 KING STREET B-52 (BAILEY’S, KAHLUA, GRAND MARNIER, COFFEE) $12.50 $t. Ca$harine$ could use a little more NOLA, know what I’m saying? Some more of that indulge and repent (or not), head straight for-a-good-time—what’s an RRSP anyway?—and cue that second line! We’ve a ways to go. We’re talking baby elephant steps. So find a happy medium fore or aft of a great film with a B-52 at the Brazen Café. It’s equal parts go and giver juice. [SR]


THREE ANIMAT ED SHORTS Thu 16 May 7PM / Sat 18 May 4PM / Tue 21 May 7PM / Sat 25 May 6:30PM / Sun 26 May 4PM

THIS MAGNIFICENT CAKE!

Netherlands, 2018. Directed by Emma De Swaef, Marc James Roels. 44 min. NR An anthology film set in colonial Africa in the late 19th century telling the stories of five different characters: a troubled king, a middle-aged Pygmy working in a luxury hotel, a failed businessman on an expedition, a lost porter and a young army deserter. “One of the finest animation films of 2018” - Chris Robinson, animationworldnetwork.com “If there’s any justice in the animation awards world, it should get all the awards it deserves, for it is easily one of the best films of the year.” - Vassilis Kroustallis, Zippy Frames.com

OH, WILLY

Netherlands, 2012. Directed by Emma De Swaef, Marc James Roels. 17 min. NR Following the death of his mother, Willy returns to the naturist community where he was raised but becomes melancholic so decides to run away to live with nature.

THE BURDEN

Sweden, 2017. Directed by Niki Lindroth von Bahr. 15 min. NR An animated musical with apocalyptic undertones. The story is divided into four episodes which takes place in a supermarket, a long term hotel, a call center and a hamburger restaurant. Presented in French and Dutch with English subtitles.


Thu 23 May 7PM / Fri 24 May 6:30PM / Sat 25 May 4PM / Sun 26 May 7PM / Tue 28 May 7PM Fri 31 May 6:30PM / Sat 1 Jun 6:30PM

RED JOAN

UK, 2019. Directed by Trevor Nunn. 110 min. 14A Joan Stanley (Judi Dench) is a widow living out a quiet retirement in the suburbs when, shockingly, the British Secret Service places her under arrest. The charge: providing classified scientific information—including details on the building of the atomic bomb—to the Soviet government for decades. As she is interrogated, Joan relives the dramatic

events that shaped her life and beliefs. Based on a sensational true story, Red Joan vividly brings to life the conflicts—between patriotism and idealism, love and duty, courage and betrayal—of a woman who spent a lifetime being underestimated while quietly changing the course of history. “The film combines the personal with the political in a gripping story of one woman’s life- and world-altering decision.” - Monica Reid, Far Out Magazine

Fri 24 May 9PM / Sat 25 May 9PM / Thu 30 May 7PM / Fri 31 May 9PM / Sat 1 Jun 9PM Sun 2 Jun 7PM / Tue 4 Jun 7PM

STOCKHOLM

Canada, US. 2019. Directed by Robert Budreau. 93 min. PG After taking hostages in a Stockholm bank, ex-con Lars Nystrom demands the release of his old partner in crime from prison. As the situation escalates, Lars starts to let down his guard as he develops an uneasy bond with one of the female employees. Based on the strange story of the infamous 1973 hostage crisis in Stockholm.

“Stockholm is far from the first movie to believably show a crime victim coming to sympathize with a criminal. But it’s a funny and agile one…” - John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter “While Stockholm presents itself as a familiar bank robbery story, its madcap energy keeps things fresh and entertaining from start-to-finish.” - Matthew Passantino, Film Threat


HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING US, 2018. Directed by RaMell Ross. 76 min. PG Wed 10 Apr 7PM / Fri 12 Apr 9PM / Sun 14 Apr 4PM

RaMell Ross’s Academy Award-nominated Hale County This Morning, This Evening, one of the year’s most critically acclaimed films, is a dreamy and intimate journey through the world of Hale County, Alabama, a richly detailed glimpse into life in America’s Black Belt. Full of sublime moments, the film immerses the viewer in the southern black American experience. The film is “pure cinematic poetry” wrote A.O. Scott in The New York Times.

AAKIDEH THE ART LEGACY OF CARL BEAM

Canada, 2017. Directed by Paul Eichhorn, Robert Waldeck. 65 min. G Sat 13 Apr 4PM One of Canada’s most influential and significant artists, Carl Beam earned a reputation for being fearless, visionary, and ultimately, unforgettable. From his early years growing up on Manitoulin Island to the turbulent time spent at a residential school, this documentary film, directed by Paul Eichhorn and Robert Waldeck, explores how these early experiences not only impacted Beam’s life but also his art. Personal remembrances along with insights about his art and ideas are vividly illustrated through dozens of Beam’s artworks, family photos, interviews, performance videos, and journals. Programmed in conjunction with Us and Everything: An Exhibition of Works by Contemporary Indigeneous Artist Carl Beam in the Joy Williams Lobby at the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre.

20-22 OMEGA

Canada, US, 2018 Directed by Thierry Loa. 111 min. NR Sat 20 Apr 4PM / Sun 21 Apr 7PM / Wed 24 Apr 7PM / Sat 27 Apr 9PM Thierry Loa invites us to a true film experience with this symphonic look at our civilization, in which his grand images document the marks left by the Anthropocene era in the western world full of machines, technology and dense crowds. Gorgeously shot in black and white film, images of our societies succeed one another over an immersive soundtrack, standing in for speech. Somewhere between the avant-garde city symphony films of the 1920s and the works of Godfrey Reggio, 20-22 OMEGA combines fascination with the new world and the looming end of the world – like its title, which represents the previous century, the next, and the last letter of the Greek alphabet.

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AMAZING GRACE

US, 2018. Directed by Alan Elliott, Sydney Pollack. 87 min. NR Sat 11 May 4PM / Wed 15 May 7PM / Fri 17 May 6:30PM Sat 18 May 6:30PM / Sun 19 May 4PM / Wed 22 May 7PM A documentary presenting Aretha Franklin with choir at the New Bethel Baptist Church in Watts, Los Angeles in January 1972. the see ic mus

“The result was one of the most acclaimed albums of her career — and one of the most elusive film projects of all time, full of twists and turns that would have made Orson Welles order a stiff drink.” - Justin Chang, The LA Times

MEETING GORBACHEV

UK, US, Germany, 2018. Directed by Werner Herzog, Andre Singer. G Wed 29 May 7PM / Sat 1 Jun 4PM / Sun 2 Jun 4PM The life of Mikhail Gorbachev, the eighth and final President of the Soviet Union in chronological order. A new feature length documentary Meeting Gorbachev by legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog and Emmy Award winning Director, André Singer. Presented in English, Russian, German, Polish with English subtitles.

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There’s a lot of good in this doughnut. It’s a light and airy ring of yeasty dough with just the right amount of sweetness from its cinnamon and sugar cloak. But it also does the the world good: $1 from every purchase supports the YWCA and no animals were harmed in its making. [TM]

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281 ST. PAUL STREET UNIT B / 905-682-0766 CHICKEN KARAAGE SANDWICH $11.99 This brand new cozy and modern spot focuses on seasonal and local ingredients. Between a flaky and soft sesame bun this sandwich contains: buttermilk and pickle marinated chicken, Asian slaw and a delish chunky tomato jam. The subtlety of the slaw is sublime. On the side: deep fried gnocchi with malt aioli that I could eat every single day. [JY]


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Wed 3 Apr 7PM Sat 6 Apr 9PM BUILT TO LAST: RELICS OF COMMUNIST-ERA ARCHITECTURE Czech Republic, 2017. Directed by Haruna Honcoop. 58 min. NR

Built to Last – Relics of Communist-Era Architecture is directed, filmed and co-edited by CzechJapanese documentary filmmaker Haruna Honcoop, exploring the fate of architecture built during the communist period in 11 countries in Eastern Europe. Presented in Russian, Czech, Polish with English subtitles.

Wed 1 May 7PM Wed 8 May 7PM INVENTION

Canada, 2014. Directed by Mark Lewis. 80min. G Shot in Paris, Sao Paulo and Toronto, Invention is a first feature length film by Mark Lewis. From famous corners of the Louvre Museum to the modernist buildings of Oscar Niemeyer in Brazil and Mies van der Rohe in Canada, Lewis takes us on a dynamic tour of fluctuating cityscapes, capturing the texture of these places, their landmarks, and the people who inhabit their streets and buildings, with images of glass, light, reflections, concrete, spiral staircases – and paintings. An homage to the City Symphony films of the 1920s, Invention offers a searching love letter to urban spaces, art and cinema.


reel classics HELLO, DOLLY!

US, 1969. Directed by Gene Kelly. 144 min. PG Sun 7 Apr 4PM In 1890s New York City, the bold and enchanting widow Dolly Levi (Barbra Streisand) is a socialite-turned-matchmaker. Her latest clients seeking assistance are the cantankerous “half-a-millionaire” Horace Vandergelder (Walter Matthau) and a young artist named Ambrose (Tommy Tune), who is in love with Horace’s niece, Ermengarde (Joyce Ames). Dolly’s scheming soon involves Horace’s employees as well as a New York hatmaker, as she tries to cover up her own secret romantic designs. “This is one of the last of the big-time, old-fashioned musicals, with lavish production values and a dozen hummable tunes.” - Nell Minow, Common Sense Media

MIDNIGHT COWBOY

US, 1969. Directed by John Schlesinger. 112 min. R Sat 4 May 9PM / Sun 5 May 4PM Joe Buck, a good-looking, naively charming Texas “cowboy” who’s convinced that he’s the salvation of many love-starved New York women, makes his way to the Big Apple to seek his fortune. Trouble is, his well-to-do clientele never materializes - and the only wealth he finds is in the friendship of Ratso Rizzo, a scrounging, sleazy, small-time con man with big dreams. Living on the tattered fringe of society, these two outcasts develop an unlikely bond - one that transcends their broken dreams and get-rich-quick schemes. “That rarest of things... every bit as moving now as it was when it was released” - Premiere Magazine “Midnight Cowboy is still heartbreaking and timeless!” - The New York Observer

STEEL MAGNOLIAS

US, 1989. Directed by Herbert Ross. 118 min. PG Sun 12 May 4PM Sally Field, Dolly Parton, Shirley MacLaine, Daryl Hannah, Olympia Dukakis and Julia Roberts come together as bosom buddies in this hilarious and heartwarming story of life, love and loss in a small Louisiana parish. “The women are live wires. Just stand back and watch them set off sparks.” - Peter Travers, Rolling Stone “Three-hanky special, but with lots of laughs, too.” - Ellen MacKay, Common Sense Media


LATE N SCRE IGHT ENING DAZED AND CONFUSED US, 1993. Directed by Richard Linklater. 103 min. 14A Sat 20 Apr 11:30PM Dress up in your best ‘70s threads and enjoy some pre-show trivia! Right on, right on, right on. It’s the last day of high school in small town Texas, highlighting the rites of passage for the incoming freshmen at the hands of the class of ‘77.Freshman boys are physically punished, while the girls largely face the brunt of verbal abuse and humiliation. Two main figures emerge. Incoming freshman Mitch Kramer comes to a new realization in his role as a major target of senior hazing. And, among the seniors is Randall “Pink” Floyd, the school’s star quarterback, who moves with facile grace among groups of greasers, nerds, stoners, and athletes alike. “One of the most exciting movies of this, or any other year. It’s smart, funny, and wonderfully crafted and performed.” - Marjorie Baumgarten, Austin Chronicle

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STRANGE BREW

Canada, 1983. Directed by Rick Moranis, Dave Thomas. 90 min. PG Wed 17 Apr 7PM - Free screening for National Canadian Film Day! A Canadian comedy classic, Strange Brew follows lovable hosers Bob and Doug McKenzie (Rick Moranis and Doug Thomas, respectively) on an epic adventure soaked with beer and filled with doughnuts. Though the film appears at first glance to be a bonehead comedy, it is a deceptively clever farce based on William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Long before Wayne and Garth or Beavis and Butt-Head, there was Bob and Doug. Canada is proud to call them our own!!


SIGN GENE THE FIRST DEAF SUPER HEROES

Italy, 2017. Directed by Emilio Insolera. 70 min. NR Sat 27 Apr 6:30PM Presented in English, Japanese, Italian, American Sign Language, Japanese Sign Language and Italian Sign Language with English subtitles. Secret agent Tom Clerc is Deaf and from a multi-generational Deaf family ranging as far back as the 17th century and is the descendant of Laurent Clerc ‘the Father of the Deaf in America’. Tom is carrier of SGx29 a powerful Sign Gene mutation that enables him to create super powers through the use of Sign Language. However, he lost a significant portion of his powers during a fierce fight against his main villain, his own deaf brother Jux Clerc the leader of an evil organization dedicated to exterminating Sign Gene mutants, called the 1.8.8.0. Hugh Denison, the head of the Q.I.A. (QuinPar Intelligence Agency), an agency affiliated to the Pentagon composed of hand-selected agents with Sign Gene mutation, sends Tom Clerc and his colleague Ken Wong from New York City to Osaka to investigate various intriguing crimes scene. They end up in a fight with a Japanese gang led by Tatsumi Fuwa and learn that they can win the game only by playing it the Japanese way. Tom Clerc learns that his powers are not lost forever. Presented by the American Sign Language Community of Niagara (ASLCN).


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