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  • Rainbow Cinemas
    At Magic Lantern Theatres, darkened auditoriums with flickering screens draw audiences into magical worlds where fish can talk, motorcycles leap canyons, and love comes even for those who eat crackers in bed. The partnering multiplex theatres and cinemas show recently released blockbuster flicks at 15 locations spread across Canada, each of which retains its own unique personality and honours any historic roots. In Edmonton, the Princess Theatre’s original 1915 auditorium, complete with balcony, golden drapes, and red walls, accommodates moviegoers with babies or pet hyenas inside a soundproof cry room. In Saskatchewan, the circa-1930 Roxy Theatre preserves the ambience of a Spanish courtyard. As guests find their auditoriums at the Ontario locations, they can admire giant murals by local artist Fred Harrison.
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    1200 St. Laurent Blvd
    Ottawa, ON CA
  • Ottawa Family Cinema
    Going to the movies can make you feel warm and fuzzy inside, and this is especially true at Ottawa Family Cinema. A non-profit organization, all of the theater's proceeds go toward local charities. So while you're catching a 3D adventure or prestige picture on the theater's state-of-the-art projection system, you can revel in the good you're doing for the larger community. The theater's schedule of upcoming showings skews toward kid-friendly fare such as animated adventures and old classics. The fun doesn't necessarily stop at the screen, either. Ottawa Family Cinema also offers door prizes at select showings, as well as three movie parties per year, including a Halloween-themed soiree complete with costume contest.
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    710 Broadview Avenue
    Ottawa, ON CA
  • The Screening Room
    Seven days a week, a host of art house, indie, foreign, and cult movies flicker to life on the two screens at Kingston's Screening Room. On any given night, movie-goers might find an Oscar-winning picture, a offbeat indie feature, or a cult movie from years back. The experience is made even better thanks to the low price of admission, and the classic concessions such as popcorn made with real butter.
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    120 Princess Street
    Kingston, ON CA
  • Reelout Film Festival
    Previously esteemed with the Queen's University Human Rights Initiative Award, Reelout celebrates the most acclaimed selections in queer film and video of the last ten years. The film festival exhibits a varied selection of features and shorts in categories such as documentary, tawdry romance, and high school drama. Kick off the festival right with the dress-as-your-favourite star costume party on opening night or don a sexy Ursa Minor outfit for one of the other days of the festival. Check out the program for detailed movie descriptions.
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    96 Stuart Street
    Kingston, ON CA
  • The Grand Theatre
    The Kingston Canadian Film Festival celebrates local and national productions with a three-day presentation of new movies, film receptions, and director and cast discussions. Film enthusiasts explore the life and career of the late Nell Shipman in "On a Grand Scale," a curated exhibition that probes her theatrical contributions as an actress, writer, director, and inventor of the scrolling credit. The silent-film-era artist, known for portraying strong female characters throughout her 13-year career, starred in more than 20 films, including movies based on James Oliver Curwood stories. As the clock tolls 4 p.m., audiences make their way into a darkened theatre for a showing of Shipman's Back to God's Country— a taboo-shattering 1919 silent film set in the Arctic wilderness—which will be paired with live musical accompaniment and fake indoor blizzards.
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    218 Princess Street
    Kingston, ON CA
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