The Cinematheque celebrates Canada 150 Years

As the centrepiece of the year-long Canada on Screen program, The Cinematheque celebrates Canada Day and Canada’s 150th birthday with a week of free screenings, featuring many of Canada’s greatest film (and television) works, from Anne of Green Gables to Jesus of Montreal.

Go log-driving with The Log Driver’s Waltz. Go down the road with Goin’ Down the Road. Visit Winnipeg in My Winnipeg. Meet Glenn Gould in 32 Short Films About Glenn Gould. And experience seven of the Top 10 Canadian Films of all time. All for free! Bonne fête!

ALL SCREENINGS

Mon oncle Antoine (My Uncle Antoine) (Rated PG)
Saturday, July 1 – 4:00pm

Goin’ Down the Road + Log Driver’s Waltz
Saturday, July 1 – 6:00pm
Tuesday, July 4 – 8:10pm

Jesus of Montreal (Jésus de Montréal) (Rated 14A)
Saturday, July 1 – 8:00pm

Léolo (Rated 18A)
Sunday, July 2 – 6:00pm

The Sweet Hereafter (Rated 14A)
Sunday, July 2 – 8:05pm

Anne of Green Gables (Rated G)
Monday, July 3 – 1:00pm

Mommy (Rated 14A)
Monday, July 3 – 7:00pm

Reason Over Passion (La raison avant la passion)
Tuesday, July 4 – 6:30pm

La vie rêvée (Dream Life)
Wednesday, July 5 – 6:30pm

My Winnipeg + Cameras Take Five
Wednesday, July 5 – 8:15pm

Canadian Rhapsodies: A Canada on Screen Shorts Programme
Thursday, July 6 – 6:30pm

Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould (Rated G)
Thursday, July 6 – 8:00pm

Dead Ringers (Rated 18A)
Friday, July 7 – 6:30pm

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