Sunday Jan 21st – 2 p.m. at City Cinema THE CHILD REMAINS, 18A, violence, course language
– As a jumping-off point, the film borrows from the heartbreaking, true story of the Butterbox Babies
Q & A with Director Michael Melski following the film screening
April 19, 2017 – Free Admission
City Cinema is proud to celebrate Canada’s 2017 sesquicentennial with a day of free screenings celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday and its rich cinematic heritage presented by Canada On Screen
12:00 p.m.: MY AMERICAN COUSIN (1985), G, 88 min. 6 Genie Awards including Best Picture
2:00 p.m.: THIRTY-TWO SHORT FILMS ABOUT GLENN GOULD (1993), PG, 93 min. 4 Genie Awards including Best Picture
4:10 p.m.: MY WINNIPEG (2007), 14A, nudity, disturbing content, 80 min. Winner, Best Canadian Feature, TIFF
6:45 p.m.: LIFE CLASSES (1987), PG, nudity, 117 min. 5 Genie nominations including Best Picture & Best Screenplay
9:05 p.m.: THE BITTER ASH (1963), 14A, coarse language, sexual content, 80 min.
The 3rd Annual Charlottetown Film Festival will take place from September 29th to October 1st at City Cinema.
Devoted to celebrating and showcasing the works of emerging Atlantic filmmakers – with a special focus on Island screen artists – our ‘little film festival of big dreams’ has accomplished so much since its inception in 2015 under the umbrella of The Charlottetown Film Society.
Amazingly, close to one hundred films have been screened – a banquet of feature films, documentaries, short dramas and comedies, animation, music videos. Something for everyone. And all share the important task of telling OUR stories to each other and the entire world, thanks to the efforts and big dreams of the determined regional filmmakers we spotlight.
An important function of any film festival is the opportunity it provides for networking and skills development. Friendly, accessible receptions and informing panels are a hallmark of the Charlottetown Film Festival and we are committed to continuing on this path – providing a stimulating environment for film buffs and filmmakers as we work together to develop screen-based storytelling here in Atlantic Canada.
Thank you for your interest and participation in our indiegogo campaign to help pay for City Cinema’s new digital equipment as part of our takeover, read all about it right here!
The 2014 annual general meeting of The Charlottetown Film Society will be held at City Cinema, 64 King Street, Charlottetown, at 2:00 p.m. Saturday Oct 4th. Hope you can make it!