films

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by Christopher Lazar  5m CANADA 10am is the story of a touring hip-hop duo by the name of Animal Nation. Life on tour has it's ups and downs, but the countless hours of driving allow the guys to reflect on their experiences, and let their imaginations run wild. making  a killing 6.30pm Cct 15th   $10.00 BUYNOW 6.30pm Oct 15th
Imagine cinema 80 front st east
A Living wage
 
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A Living Wage 20:00 by Dan Albright At the front lines of the struggle in Boston for a $15 minimum wage and union rights are Darius Cephas, a McDonald’s fry cook, and Tiny Figueroa, barista at Dunkin’ Donuts. Over the course of one year, A LIVING WAGE follows Tiny and Darius as they organize for economic justice, help build a major grassroots social movement and force local politicians into action. free event Saturday OCt 15th 1.30pm Oct 15th
Malvern public library 30 Sewells scarborough
Art Connect
 
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Art Connect  1.13 Trinidad and Tobago Dir by Miguel Galofre Art Connect is a feature length documentary film that that reveals and illuminates how creativity has inspired and changed the lives of 'at risk' kids, aged twelve to sixteen, living in the disenfranchised and volatile area of Laventille -- Port of Spain, Trinidad.   10am cinema 2
Imagine cinema 80 front st east
A New Reflection
 
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A New Reflection 12:30 USA by Pauline Beal A New Reflection is a short documentary about a young artist named Katie Atkinson and her journey in life being born with multiple facial differences. Despite all the different challenges she’s had to face, Katie has grown into an intelligent, talented young lady, and her facial differences are not the only thing that define her as a person. 10am cinema 4
Imagine cinema 80 front st east
At Dawn
 
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AT DAWN Omri Burstyn 19m Israel Ali, a Palestinian-Israeli teenager, tries to fit in with an Israeliactivist peace group, but in a violent stricken society getting hurt is inevitable. 3.00pm
Malvern public library 30 Sewells scarborough
And so do I
 
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AND SO DO  I (14m, Lebanon) dir. by Jana Younes A man lost his wife while she was giving birth to his little girl. The trauma, even after 10 years, still causes him hallucinations. In his own bubble, he imagines his wife is still with him.   3;00PM oct 15th
Malvern public library s30 sewells
Behind the Fear The Hidden Story of HIV
 
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Behind the Fear: The Hidden Story of HIV       dir Nicole Zwiren 94min USA Behind the Fear,' uncovers the hidden controversy about HIV that the United States government doesn't want you to know exists. Enticed by the promise of money and prestige, and influenced by powerful political pressures, otherwise reputable scientists have suppressed critical flaws in the view that a deadly virus causes AIDS. This film uncovers the hidden stories of those who have questioned the mystique of HIV.   BUYNOW 12pm OCT 15th
Imagine cinema 80 front st east
Bienvenidos
 
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Bienvenidos (28m, Spain) dir. by JAVIER FESSER An amazing innovation reaches a tiny school lost in the heart of the Peruvian Andes and revolutionizes the lives of the whole community: the internet. It brings the world to their doorstep, but even more importantly, it offers the world the chance to finally discover what's happening in the remote village of Ingatambo.   morning series buy at the door $5.00 screens with PESUM PARAI ( THE TALKING DRUM)   10am Oct 12
Imagine cinema 80 front st east
Big Boss-The Last Leader of the Crocodile Islands
 
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Big Boss-The Last Leader of the Crocodile Islands (52m, Australia) dir. by Paul Sinclair ‘Big Boss: The last leader of the Crocodile Islands’ tracks the life of 2012 Senior Australian of the Year, Patron of the Crocodile Islands Rangers and Author, Laurie Baymarrwangga. 10am
Imagine cinema 80 front st east
Boom or Bust
 
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Boom and Bust - America's Journey on the Erie Canal (31m, U S A) dir. by Paul Wagner, Steve Zeitlin A meditation on economic cycles and the American Dream. The film surveys the macro-economics of industrial expansion and decline along the Erie Canal, and examines its impact on the lives of workers in steel, grain, textiles and shipping. In the wake of economic collapse, can the people of America's cities find meaning and worth?   BUYNOW 11am OCT 15th short series
Imagine cinema 80 front st east
Connected: A Film About Autistic People
 
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Connected: A Film About Autistic People DIRECTED BY Sonia Suvaga 60m CANADA This documentary challenges mainstream depictions of autistic people, the nature of human development, intelligence and the implications of living in a conformist driven society.   10am series oct 13th
Imagine cinema 80 front st east
Determined 2 Make It
 
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Determined 2 Make It (33m, U S A) dir. by Juan Javier Pescador Youth in the juvenile justice system search for ways to tell their stories through hip hop, visual arts and public murals. Through their interaction with art, these boys and girls create a space to reflect on hardships, expectations and hope, revealing a unique perspective on who they are and what lies ahead. plays with Highwater 10am Oct 11 &14th
Imagine cinema 80 front st east
Emergence: Sky City Cultural Center
 
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Emergence: Sky City Cultural Center directors Rachel Preston Prinz, Zenne Seradwyn 30 minutes USA The Haak'ume people of Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico were faced with a challenge when their visitor center burned down in 2000: How to reconstruct a place that was as welcoming to their people as to visitors, would tell the story of their people, and also be a bridge between cultural and 'green' interpretations of sustainability. What they created was much more than that. This is the story of the Place that the architects and the Haaku'me people created together.     plays with Homeland Calling $5.00 pay at door 10am Oct 14th
Imagine cinema 80 front st east
Employment Matters
 
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Employment Matters by Brandy Yanchyk 45m Canada Employment Matters is a documentary that explores the untapped market and huge potential of the intellectually disabled in the workplace.   part of the talk series Building Inclusive Societies $8.00 seniors $5.00 10am cinema 3 oct 14th
Imagine cinema 80 front st east
Enchikunye
 
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Enchikunye dir Sandro Bozzolo 39m      A young Maasai girl reached an Italian shepherd in the Italian Alps. Two women from different worlds, in terms of skin, age and language, lived together a season of pastrolism, sharing their job and their stories. The mountain around them seems to be a green desert where is possible to meet separate lives, held together by an ancestral time. Far away from borders, communication becomes a natural issue. Enchikunye in Maa language means “coming back home”.   $5.00 pay at the door Oct 11 10am 10am Oct 11 &13th
Imagine cinema 80 front st east
Gods in Shackles
 
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Gods in Shackles 91m Canada Dir Sangita Iyer Gods in Shackles is a feature-length documentary film, an exposé revealing the dark side of the southern Indian state of Kerala's glamorous cultural festivals that exploit temple elephants for profit under the guise of culture and religion. We call this film Gods in Shackles, as it features the embodiment(s) of Lord Ganesha - a Hindu God with an elephant face – the endangered Asian elephants that are being tortured in religious rituals and cultural festivals. This film challenges cultural and religious practices that condone torture of elephants that have been created by the same God they worship.   10am Oct 11&12
Imagine cinema 80 front st east
HIGHWATER
 
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HIGHWATER (48m, Australia) dir. by Karen Harper HIGHWATER is a drama based on true events. Six at- risk teenagers, two ex-prisoner- trainee artists and three passionate, naïve community artists have the daunting task of establishing an alternative school in a conservative border town of Australia Plays with Determined $5.00 pay at the door 10am oct 11&14th
Imagine cinema 80 front st east
Hunters Fall
 
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Hunter's Call 15m ireland dir by Peter McCarthy “When the bully is confronted how does he react?” 3.00pm Oct 15th
Malvern public library s30 sewells
I am a Doctor
 
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I am a Doctor (5m, Canada) dir. by Jaana Hein Dr. Daniel Salas is an educated surgeon that practiced medicine in Venezuela for 20 years. After re-locating his family to Canada he is still not able to practice medicine 9 years later.   Screens with The box as part of the Talk series   BUYNOW 1030pm oct 13th talk series
Imagine cinema 80 front st east
In God’s House: The Religious Landscape of Utica,
 
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In Gods House by Robert Knight 51m In God’s House explores the sacred spaces of the rustbelt city of Utica, New York, once a thriving port on the Erie Canal and now a key refugee relocation center. In the midst of changing demographics, the buildings of bygone eras continue to be adapted by the current users that embody them. This documentary examines how religious groups have and have not changed, and reveals a resiliency across religious communities and a surprising flexibility with regard to the nature of each group’s notion of “sacred” space. plays with  Secrets, Dreams, Faith and Wonder   oct 16 10 30am BUYNOW 10.30am Oct 16th
Imagine cinema 80 front st east

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