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Aga Khan Museum
77 Wynford Drive, in North York
New Islamic culture museum with occasional film programming.
Upcoming :
Dec 8    Amazing Grace (2018, USA, D: Alan Elliott & Sydney Pollack)    Free!
Al Green Theatre
In the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre, on the southwest corner of Bloor and Spadina.
Home to the Toronto Jewish Film Society's monthly Sunday screenings and one of the venues comprising the yearly spring Toronto Jewish Film Festival. Over the summer of of 2005, Capri Films programmed first run releases and some specialty series but backed off on continuing.
Alliance Atlantis Cinemas
Beach, 1651 Queen E, just past Coxwell, in the Beaches
Once a promising cross-Canada chain of arthouse theatres, now reduced to a single mini-multiplexes in Toronto's east end. The Beach cinema sports stadium seating and runs almost exclusively commercial fare, with an emphasis on family films that appeal to the denizens of its residential neighbourhood.
Art Gallery Of Ontario
At Dundas and McCaul
Toronto's premier art gallery occasionally screens related films in its Jackman Hall (former home to Cinematheque Ontario).
In the west end of downtown, at 1028 Queen W.
Tiny venue once nestled in the back of a downtown watering hole screened a mix of specialized experimental/indie programming and new arthouse releases from the Mongrel catalogue but is now connected to the Stephen Bulger Gallery and run as a private rental space with the occasional public presentation. No 35mm capability; films are often shown on projected video.
129 Spadina, down the alley
Low-key experimental film venue, nestled behind tall buildings in the downtown core.
Cineplex Odeon
  • Canada Square, 2190 Yonge Street
  • Grande, 4861 Yonge, at Sheppard
  • Scotiabank, 259 Richmond W, at John
  • Silver City Yonge & Eglinton, 2300 Yonge Steeet
  • Varsity, 55 Bloor W, in the Manulife Centre
  • Yonge & Dundas, 10 Dundas E, in the heart of downtown Toronto
  • Now that it has swallowed Famous Players and a few AMC venues, Cineplex Odeon is Canada's major cinema chain, specializing in first-run fare in theatres that largely consist of noisy modern multiplexes with stadium seating. The stature of the uptown Canada Square has faded a good deal, but it continues to chug along nonetheless with crowdpleasing arthouse releases and late-in-the-run Hollywood product. Higher profile arthouse fare often shows up at the Varsity and occasionally the downtown Scotiabank first. In an example of marketing run amuck, the Scotiabank has been so branded despite the fact that it is neither a bank nor located in Nova Scotia.
    Upcoming :
    Dec 6,11    Almost Famous (2000, USA, D: Cameron Crowe)
    Dec 6,8-10,12    Gremlins (1984, USA, D: Joe Dante)   Flashback Film Series
    Dec 7,11,16,19,22-24    A Christmas Story (1983, USA/Canada, D: Bob Clark)   Cineplex Classic Film Series
    Dec 7    A Christmas Story (1983, USA/Canada, D: Bob Clark)
    Elf (2003, USA, D: Jon Favreau)
    Gremlins (1984, USA, D: Joe Dante)
    National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989, USA, D: Jeremiah S. Chechik)
    The Polar Express (2004, USA, D: Robert Zemeckis)
    Dec 8-10    Promare (2019, Japan, D: Hiroyuki Imaishi)
    Dec 9    National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989, USA, D: Jeremiah S. Chechik)
    On the waterfront, in the big white dome at Ontario Place
    Toronto's original Imax venue is back, screening large-format versions of Hollywood blockbusters.
    Upcoming :
    Dec 6-8    Apocalypse Now (Final Cut) IMAX (1979, USA, D: Francis Ford Coppola)
    Dec 13-15    Scrooged (1988, USA, D: Richard Donner)
    Dec 14-15,21-24    The Polar Express (IMAX 3D) (2004, USA, D: Robert Zemeckis)
    Drake Hotel
    1150 Queen St. West
    West downtown boutique hotel hosting nightly arts programming, including the occasional indie film event.
    Eyesore Cinema
    1176 Bloor W
    Cult-movie video rental emporium + screening room.
    Upcoming :
    Dec 5    The Rebirth Of Mothra (1996, Japan, D: Okhiro Yoneda)   Trashterpiece Theatre
    Dec 6    Christmas Sucks (2019, Canada, D: Paul Bellini)   Paul Bellini Film Festival
    The Eplet Triplet (2019, Canada, D: Paul Bellini)
    Dec 8    This Means War (2012, USA, D: McG)   Menstruation Nation
    Horrible Bosses 2 (2014, USA, D: Sean Anders)
    Dec 10    Freaked (1993, USA, D: Tom Stern & Alex Winter)   Laughsploitation
    Dec 11    Lost In The Pacific (2016, China/Malaysia, D: Vincent Zhou)   2Bad4U
    Dec 12    Puppet Killer (2019, Canada, D: Lisa Ovies)
    Dec 13    Christmas Sucks (2019, Canada, D: Paul Bellini)   Paul Bellini Film Festival
    An Irrelephant (2018, Canada, D: Paul Bellini)
    Dec 15    City Of Lost Children (1995, France, D: Jean-Pierre Jeunet & Marc Caro)   Squishy Freak Frolic Film Nite
    Dec 17    Little Terrors Vol. 71 - Christmas Carnage  Little Terrors
    The Fox
    in the Beaches at 2236 Queen E.
    Onetime Festival Cinemas house survived the June 2006 collapse of the repertory chain to begin a new life as an independent second run cinema. As of October 2007, the reins were transferred to the fellows at Napoleonic Theatres. Programming is basically second run screenings of Hollywood hits and high profile indies from the last couple of months' releases, augmented with an irregularly occurring documentary night and the odd classic.
    Upcoming :
    Dec 12    Love Actually (2003, UK, D: Richard Curtis)
    Dec 15    Dangerous Liaisons (1988, UK/USA, D: Stephen Frears)   High Tea Cinema

    Second Run :
    Dec 5-8,10,12    The Lighthouse
    Dec 5    Doctor Sleep
    Dec 6-7    The Addams Family
    Dec 6,10,12    Judy
    Dec 6-8,10-11    Downtown Abbey
    Dec 8,11    Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson And The Band
    Dec 13,16-17    Marriage Story
    Dec 13-16,19    The Good Liar
    Dec 13-17,19    Last Christmas
    Dec 14,18    Western Stars
    Dec 18-19    Waves
    Goethe Institut
    163 King W, near University
    The Toronto chapter of the German cultural institution programmes German films of past and present at various city venues.
    Golden Theatres
  • Albion
  • Woodside
  • The magic of Bollywood screens at these two suburban cinemas located on either side of Toronto.
    The Grand Gerrard
    1035 Gerrard E, in Leslieville
    Leslieville's hub for indie film and live music.
    Upcoming :
    Dec 5    CKY: Landspeed (1999, USA, D: Bam Margera)   Lobotomy Films
    CKY2K (2000, USA, D: Bam Margera)
    CKY3 (2001, USA, D: Brandon DiCamillo & Bam Margera)
    Dec 6    Manborg (2011, Canada, D: Steven Kostanski)
    Dec 11    The Elephant Man (1980, USA, D: David Lynch)
    Dec 18    Rosemary's Baby (1968, USA, D: Roman Polanski)
    Dec 19    Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records (2018, UK, D: Nicolas Jack Davies)
    Harbourfront Centre
    On the waterfront, at Queen's Quay
    Waterfront collection of indoor and outdoor venues hosts a variety of arts programmes, only occasionally film related. Weekend summer festivals often include a film sidebar. In the past, the warm weather has been met with free weekly outdoor screenings, but they don't seem to be happening this year.
    Upcoming :
    Dec 7-8    Filmi
    Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
    In the Annex at 506 Bloor W, just east of Bathurst
    Formerly the Bloor Cinema. Toronto's venerable repertory house was renovated and rebranded by the Hot Docs festival and then renamed thanks to an influx of cash from Rogers. Unsurprisingly, the slate is documentary-heavy, sporting both first runs of new docs and reprertory programming of reality-based classics. The cinema will also look back to its previous incarnation with an occasional series of cult flicks.
    Upcoming :
    Dec 5-10    Assholes: A Theory (2019, Canada, D: John Walker)
    Dec 5    Raise Hell: The Life & Times Of Molly Ivins (2019, USA, D: Janice Engel)   Doc Soup
    Dec 6-7,10    Margaret Atwood: A Word After A Word After A Word Is Power (2019, Canada, D: Nancy Lang & Peter Raymont)
    Dec 6-10    Jayu Human Rights Film Festival
    Dec 7-20    Best Of 2019
    Dec 11    Love, Actually (2003, UK, D: Richard Curtis)   Drunk Feminist Films
    Dec 12    You've Got Mail (1998, USA, D: Nora Ephron)   Drunk Feminist Films
    Dec 13    Carol (2015, USA/UK, D: Todd Haynes)   Inside Out
    Dec 14    It's A Wonderful Life (1946, USA, D: Frank Capra)   Hot Docs For The Holidays    Free!
    Dec 14    A Very Harold And Kumar Christmas (2011, USA, D: Todd Strauss-Schulson)   Hot Docs For The Holidays    Free!
    Dec 15    White Christmas (1954, USA, D: Michael Curtiz)   Hot Docs For The Holidays    Free!
    Dec 15    Dreaming Of A Jewish Christmas (2017, Canada, D: Larry Weinstein)   Hot Docs For The Holidays
    Dec 16    The Holiday (2006, USA, D: Nancy Meyers)   Hot Docs For The Holidays    Free!
    Dec 18    National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989, USA, D: Jeremiah S. Chechik)   Hot Docs For The Holidays    Free!
    Feb 14-16    Toronto Animation Arts Festival International
    Imagine Cinemas
  • Carlton, 20 Carlton, near Yonge
  • Market Square, 80 Front, near Jarvis
  • Promenade, Promenade Mall, Thornhill
  • Woodbine, 500 Rexdale, in the Woodbine Shopping Center
  • Elgin Mills, 10909 Yonge St, in Richmond Hill
  • Five locations in the Greater Toronto Area, reviving venues discarded by the major chains with first run films and discount pricing. Previously part of the Rainbow Cinemas chain.
    Innis Town Hall
    On the downtown University Of Toronto campus, on the ground floor of the Innis College building, 2 Sussex Ave (at St. George).
    Medium-sized lecture hall venue, recently renovated, used for many of Toronto's smaller festivals in addition to U Of T events and weekly free screenings put on by the Cinema Studies Student Union.
    Upcoming :
    Dec 6    The Apartment (1960, USA, D: Billy Wilder)   FFF    Free!
    Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004, USA, D: Raja Gosnell)
    Dec 8    Metropolitan (1935, USA, D: Richard Boleslawski)   TFS
    They Shall Have Music (1939, USA, D: Archie Mayo)
    Dec 13    Work, Bike & Eat: Films by Keith Lock & Jim Anderson  Ad Hoc Film Collective
    Isabel Bader Theatre
    On the downtown U of T campus at 93 Charles St. W (at University), next to Museum subway station
    Soft-seat University Of Toronto lecture hall used by a number of the city's major festivals. No real film programming of its own.
    Japan Foundation
    131 Bloor W, Second Floor
    The gateway through which Japanese culture often passes into Toronto.
    Upcoming :
    Dec 5,9    Sonatine (1993, Japan, D: Takeshi Kitano)    Free!
    Dec 12,17    Kitanaka Sketch (2018, Japan, D: Tsukasa Kishimoto)    Free!
    Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
    6 Garamond Court, near Don Mills & Eglinton
    Promoting Japanese culture in midtown. Regularly shows movies in its Kobayahi Hall.
    Upcoming :
    Dec 5    First Love (2019, Japan, D: Takashi Miike)
    The Kingsway
    3030 Bloor W, near Royal York subway station
    Onetime Festival Cinemas house reopened in January 2009, two and a half years after the collapse of its former parent company. Programming currently consists of week-long runs of recent Hollywood fare, arthouse hits and high profile indies.
    Upcoming :
    Dec 6    Nightmare (1981, USA, D: Romano Scavolini)   Fear Is Free Fridays    Free!
    Phantasm (1979, USA, D: Don Coscarelli)
    The Paradise
    1006 Bloor W
    One-time Festival Cinemas location revived as a multi-purpose cinema & performance space with adjoining bar and restaurant.
    Upcoming :
    Dec 6,9-10,15,18    The Irishman (2019, USA, D: Martin Scorsese)
    Dec 7,10-11,17    Marriage Story (2019, USA, D: Noah Baumbach)
    Dec 7    The Awful Truth (1937, USA, D: Leo McCarey)   7 From '37
    Dec 8    The Land Before Time (1988, USA, D: Don Bluth)   Family Pics
    Dec 8    Trouble In Paradise (1932, USA, D: Ernst Lubitsch)
    Cinema Paradiso (1988, Italy/France, D: Giuseppe Tornatore)
    Phantom Of The Paradise (1974, USA, D: Brian De Palma)
    Stranger Than Paradise (1984, USA, D: Jim Jarmusch)
    Dec 11    Stage Door (1937, USA, D: Gregory La Cava)   7 From '37
    Dec 13    2001: A Space Odyssey (1968, USA/UK, D: Stanley Kubrick)
    Dec 14    A Star Is Born (1937, USA, D: William A. Wellman)   7 From '37
    Dec 14    Shoes (1916, USA, D: Lois Weber)   A Woman's Work
    Dec 15    Elf (2003, USA, D: Jon Favreau)   Family Pics
    Dec 15    When You're In Love (1937, USA, D: Robert Riskin)   7 From '37
    Dec 15    Topper (1939, USA, D: Norman Z. McLeod)   7 From '37
    Dec 15    Strange Brew (2010, Canada/USA, D: Rick Moranis & Dave Thomas)   The Second City At 60
    Dec 16    Mean Girls (1999, USA, D: Mark Waters)   The Second City At 60
    Dec 16    Burning (2018, South Korea, D: Lee Chang-dong)   Rewind\\Redesign
    Dec 17    Mean Girls (1999, USA, D: Mark Waters)   Babes In Paradise
    Dec 17    Wayne's World (1992, USA, D: Penelope Spheeris)   The Second City At 60
    Revue Cinema
    at 400 Roncesvalles, south from Dundas West station
    One-time Festival Cinemas house was saved from certain death by a community campaign and (as of Oct 4, 2007) is operating as an independent repertory cinema. Programming is basically second run screenings of recent fare spiced up with the occasional repertory title or film event. The old neighbourhood theatre is on the narrow side with a high screen, making sitting in the first five or ten rows ill-advised.
    Upcoming :
    Dec 7    The Tokyo Night Is Always The Densest Shade Of Blue (2017, Japan, D: Yuya Ishii)
    Dec 7    Three Stories Of Love (2015, Japan, D: Ryosuke Hashiguchi)
    Dec 8    Her Love Boils Bathwater (2016, Japan, D: Ryota Nakano)
    Dec 7    The Long Kiss Goodnight (1996, USA, D: Renny Harlin)   Drunken Cinema
    Dec 11    Tokyo Godfathers (2003, Japan, D: Satoshi Kon)   Anime @ The Revue
    Dec 12    Marie Antoinette (2006, USA/France, D: Sofia Coppola)   Designing The Movies
    Dec 13    Friday The 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (1986, USA, D: Tom McLoughlin)   Drunken Cinema
    Dec 14-15    The Dog Who Stopped The War (1984, Canada, D: Andre Melancon)   Throwback Cinema
    Dec 14    Gremlins (1984, USA, D: Joe Dante)   Dumpster Raccoon
    Dec 15    Asphalt (1929, Germany, D: Joe May)   Silent Revue
    Dec 17    Night Of The Hunter (1955, USA, D: Charles Laughton)
    Dec 19    Rocky IV (1985, USA, D: Sylvester Stallone)   Keeping Score
    Apr 23-24    Bloody Mary Film Festival

    Second Run :
    Dec 5-9,12-13    Downton Abbey
    Dec 5-6,10,14    The Lighthouse
    Dec 8,11    Pain & Glory
    Dec 9    Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson And The Band
    Dec 11,16    Linda Ronstadt: The Sound Of My Voice
    Dec 15-17,19    Doctor Sleep
    Royal Cinema
    in Little Italy, at 608 College
    One-time Festival Cinemas venue, saved from clubland/condo takeover by Theatre D. Screenings run the gamut from first run releases of scrappy indie titles to one-off screenings of genre classics.
    Upcoming :
    Dec 6    White Christmas (1954, USA, D: Michael Curtiz)
    Black Christmas (1974, Canada, D: Bob Clark)
    Dec 7    Solaris (1972, USSR, D: Andrei Tarkovsky)
    Dec 8    School Daze (1988, USA, D: Spike Lee)   Black Gold
    Dec 9    Punch Drunk Love (2002, USA, D: Paul Thomas Anderson)
    Dec 10    National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989, USA, D: Jeremiah S. Chechik)   Band And A Movie
    Dec 11    Days Of Heaven (1978, USA, D: Terrence Malick)
    Dec 13    Scarface (1983, USA, D: Brian De Palma)   Neon Dreams
    Dec 14    In God I Trust (2018, Canada, D: Maja Jacob)
    Dec 15    Rent (2005, USA, D: Chris Columbus)   Allysin Chaynes Presents
    Dec 17    Next Of Kin (1982, Australia/New Zealand, D: Tony Williams)   No Future
    Dec 18    Bell, Book And Candle (1958, USA, D: Richard Quine)   Ladies Of Burlesque
    Dec 19    Timescape (1992, USA, D: David Twohy)   Laserblast
    A Perfect Getaway (2009, USA, D: David Twohy)
    Royal Ontario Museum
    At Avenue and Bloor.
    Toronto's largest museum. Home to the Institute For Contemporary Culture and site for cultural events, some of them film related. Downstairs theatre is a medium-sized venue used by a variety of local festivals and occasionally by the Museum itself. New seats mean that legroom is much improved, but a gentle rake ensures that even tall people have trouble reading subtitles during packed screenings. Occasionally, the rumbling of the subway running underneath the theatre can be heard.
    Theatre D
    in the Regent, at 555 Mt. Pleasant (between Davisville and Eglinton)
    Digital post production facility by day, second run cinema by night, occasionally rented for the odd special presentation. The organization is also the new owner of Little Italy's Royal Cinema.
    TIFF Bell Lightbox
    350 King West, at John
    TIFF's new home base. Featuring five screens of varying size plus an exhibition area, restaurants and bars.
    Upcoming :
    Nov 1-Dec 14    News From Home: The Films Of Chantal Akerman
    Nov 14-Dec 7    In The Realm Of Oshima: The Best of Japanese Master Nagisa Oshima
    Nov 22-Jan 4    Scorsese: A Retrospective
    Dec 5-12    Marriage Story (2019, USA, D: Noah Baumbach)
    Dec 5    The Irishman (2019, USA, D: Martin Scorsese)
    Dec 5    Pain And Glory (2019, Spain, D: Pedro Almodovar)
    Dec 5-12    Varda By Agnes (2019, France, D: Agnes Varda)
    Dec 5-12    The Two Popes (2019, USA/UK/Italy/Argentina, D: Fernando Meirelles)
    Dec 5-6    If You Love Me (Se Mi Vuoi Bene) (2019, Italy, D: Fausto Brizzi)   L'Altra Italia
    Dec 5    Ivan Ladislav Galeta: End Art  Wavelengths    Free!
    Dec 6-12    In Fabric (2018, UK, D: Peter Strickland)
    Dec 6-12    Antigone (2019, Canada, D: Sophie Deraspe)
    Dec 7-8    Sinolux
    Dec 7    The Stunt Man (1980, USA, D: Richard Rush)   Colin Geddes' Kinovortex
    Dec 9    Bend It Like Beckham (2002, UK, D: Gurinder Chadha)
    Dec 11    In Conversation With... Andre Aciman
    Dec 12    Crossroads (1976, USA, D: Bruce Conner)    Free!
    The Exploding Digital Inevitable (2017, D: Ross Lipman)
    Dec 12    Movements Of A Nearby Mountain (2019, Austria/France/Nigeria, D: Sebastian Brameshuber)   MDFF Presents
    Dec 13    From Footnote To Main Text: Working With Minor Audiovisual Archives In Latin America
    Dec 13,24    It's A Wonderful Life (1946, USA, D: Frank Capra)
    Dec 13-19    The Body Remembers When The World Broke Open (2019, Canada/Norway, D: Elle Maija Tailfeathers & Kathleen Hepburn)
    Dec 13    A Clockwork Orange (1971, UK/USA, D: Stanley Kubrick)
    Dec 14    Heat (1995, USA, D: Michael Mann)
    Toronto Media Arts Centre
    32 Lisgar
    New arts facility in west downtown. Home to the CFMDC.
    Upcoming :
    Dec 12    Holiday Video Chuck
    Yonge-Dundas Square
    Downtown, at the corner of Yonge and Dundas
    City square development features outdoor screenings once the warm weather hits.
    Defunct Toronto Film Venues
    AMC Theatres
    Interchange, 30 Interchange Way, at Highways 400 and 7
    The American cinema chain is currently in the process of selling off the few suburban and urban multiplexes it has scattered across the greater Toronto area. The Yonge & Dundas and Winston Churchill locations were sold to Cineplex in July 2012. The Kennedy Commons location appears to have closed some time in August 2012. Was once the only stop for specialized fare in the outer reaches of the city.
    Big Picture Cinema
    1035 Gerrard E, the former Gerrard Theatre
    Leslieville's indie cinema promising art, schlock, indie and foreign fare. Formerly known as The Projection Booth.
    Brunswick Theatre
    296 Brunswick Ave, in the Annex
    Small 100-seat venue in the former Poor Alex Theatre space, screening socially conscious docs on video. Currently on hiatus.
    Double Double Land
    209 Augusta
    Small event space located in Kensington Market.
    Empire Theatres Cineplex eventually swallowed up most of this largely Atlantic Canada-based chain, with some of the remaining theatres, such as Mississauga's Square One, sold off to Landmark.
    Festival Cinemas
  • The Royal, in Little Italy at 608 College
  • The Paradise, at 1006 Bloor W.
  • The Kingsway, in the far west end at 3030 Bloor W.
  • The Fox, in the Beaches at 2236 Queen E.
  • The Revue, in the west end at 400 Roncesvalles
  • As of June 30th 2006, the chain has folded. The Fox continues to run as an independent repertory/second run cinema. The Royal has been purchased by the folks at Theatre D and re-opened in December 2006. The Revue was saved by a community campaign and re-opened in the autumn of 2007.
    Before June 30th 2006, the chain was comprised of five locations specializing in discount second run fare with some repertory programming and occasional short runs of specialized titles. A $3 membership kept movie prices down to $6 (less for Tuesdays and matinees) for 6 months. The Royal offered a good-sized screen, decent sound and rocking seats. It showcased the most diverse programming in the chain, spicing up the usual second run fare with culty events such as the bi-weekly Kung Fu Fridays presentation. The Paradise was the place where you might have found that arty flick you missed during its brief run at the Carlton (albeit likely screening for only two nights) in a schedule filled with more traditional second run fare, but the theatre's divy environs were not the most inviting. The Kingsway, Revue and Fox presented more mainstream programming. The Kingsway sported the best screen and sound in the chain. The Fox was a close second. The narrow Revue's screen was on the high side, making sitting in the first five or ten rows ill-advised, and the sound was decidedly muddy.
    Final programme: June 2006
    Landmark Theatres
    Square One, in Mississauga
    Largely Western Canada-based chain picked up Mississauga's Square One cinema following Cineplex's aquisition of most of the Empire chain, but closed it in October 2014 when the mall offered to buy out the lease.
    In the National Film Board Of Canada at Richmond and John.
    Once the National Film Board Of Canada's public face in Toronto, hosting weekly screenings in association with local festivals and cultural groups in the medium-sized upstairs theatre while offering instant access to a sizeable portion of the NFB back catalogue downstairs via personal viewing stations. Closed in August 2012 due to government budget cuts.
    The Metro
    677 Bloor St W, in Koreatown
    Toronto's last remaining porn theatre has reportedly closed its doors. (An attempt to give the space an indie makeover courtesy the folks behind The Projection Booth appears to have fizzled.)
    Rainbow Cinemas Five locations in the Greater Toronto Area, reviving venues discarded by the major chains with first run films and discount pricing. Now part of the Imagine Cinemas chain.
    Toronto Underground Cinema
    186 Spadina, downstairs, in the long-lost Golden Classics space. Briefly known as the Acacia Centre.
    Upstart rep cinema opened by former Bloor Cinema staffers but recently closed due to issues between the owner of the property and the condominiums above.
    Trash Palace
    Shhh, it's a secret.
    Cult films once unearthed (on 16mm film, not video) in a studio space on Niagara Street, now shuttered due to urban development.
    Out Of Town
    Eastman House
    Rochester, NY
    Bringing solid repertory programming and arthouse releases to upstate New York.

    Compiled by Don Marks (contact)

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