Monday, 21 November 2011

Upcoming TIFF films at Keyano

Reel Performances at Keyano Theatre & Arts Centre presents tiff (toronto international film festival)

Reel Performances at Keyano Theatre & Arts Centre presents a selection from the Toronto International Film Festival.

Wednesday, November 23 at 7pm - Oranges and Sunshine
Oranges and Sunshine is a beautiful mediation on a very ugly part of Commonwealth history. Based on a true story, Jim Loach provides a compassionate investigative drama about the wave of UK to Australia child migration in the 1950's. Many of the families involved were left in the dark about their children fate.

Wednesday, December 14 at 7pm - Potiche
Potiche, starring Catherine Deneuve and Gerard Depardieu, is a French farce with a lot on its mind. It takes place in 1977 in the small town of Saite-Guenole. Mrs Pujol is a typical traditional housewife whose life turns upside down when she has to take over her husband’s duties at his umbrella factory. Potiche is filled with a stylish and charismatic "je ne sais quoi".
- Please note this movie is in French with English subtitles.

Wednesday, January 18 at 7pm - Midnight in Paris
Wednesday, February 8 at 7pm - Incendies
Wednesday, March 21 at 7pm - West is West
Wednesday, April 18 at 7pm
Wednesday, May 23 at 7pm
Wednesday, June 13 at 7pm

All Seats: $13

Buy 4 and get the 5th one free

Keyano Box Office is open Monday to Wednesday 12:30 pm to 4 pm, Thursday and Friday 12:30pm to 8pm, Saturday 11am to 4pm and an hour before a ticketed event. To purchase tickets call the box office at 780-791-4990 or buy online at

PLEASE NOTE: The King Street Bridge will be closed from now until December for construction.

1 comment:

  1. A wonderful and moving cinematic experience.

    Last night I attended the screening of "Oranges and Sunshine". It was an incredibly moving film. I was previously unaware of mass deportation of children from the UK to Australia - a truly heartbreaking part of the Commonwealth history.

    The film presents both a sensitive and raw emotional narrative, touching on many perspectives of the collective experience and various family dynamics.

    I was sniffling a bit through this one. It made me feel - which in my book is always a good thing! I definitely recommend this movie to any adult who doesn’t mind a bit of a cry :)

    I'm excited for Potiche next month! Hope to see some of our blog followers there.