Physical distancing measures in our theaters

- We strongly encourage you to purchase your tickets online, as of our theater capacity is reduce to a maximum of 50 people.

- The seats are numbered. You have to choose your seat while purchasing your tickets.

- In order to respect physical distancing, the seating plan has been redesigned to leave two empty seats between each attendee and/or group of attendees.

- No need to print your tickets. You will be able to present the virtual transaction receipt on your cell phone.

Procedure with a moviecard

- If you have a moviecard that needs to be punched, you can buy your tickets online. Simply choose the payment option "gift card" and then select the applicable fare. Please note that you will need to present your moviecard upon arrival at the theater. A $0.50 handling fee will be applied, but we are currently working on having it refunded to you, directly through our online ticketing service. This should be settled within a week.

- If you have a plastic movie card with a magnetic strip, tickets must be purchased directly at the theatre.

- No need to print your ticket. You will be able to present the virtual transaction receipt on your cell phone.

Procedure with a gift card

- If you have a gift card, you can buy your tickets online. Simply choose the "gift card" payment option.

- No need to print your ticket. You will be able to present the virtual transaction receipt on your cell phone.

The complete schedule is posted on Tuesday, for the new week starting on Friday.

FST : Original version with French subtitles | EST: Original version with English subtitle.
To access the ticketing service, click on the chosen time screening.

To benefit from our corporate or partner rates, you must buy your tickets directly to the cinema box-office.

 
 
 
 
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The Booksellers
THE BOOKSELLERS is a lively, behind-the-scenes look at the New York rare book world and the fascinating people who inhabit it. Executive produced by Parker Posey and featuring interviews with some of the most important dealers in the business, as well as prominent collectors, auctioneers, and writers, THE BOOKSELLERS is both a loving celebration of book culture and a serious exploration of the future of the book.
D.W. Young
 
Original multilingual version subtitled in English
Général
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L\'Opéra de Paris
Autumn 2015. At the Paris Opera, Stéphane Lissner is putting the finishing touches to his first press conference as director. Backstage, artists and crew prepare to raise the curtain on a new season withSchönberg's Moses and Aaron. But the announcement of a strike and arrival of a bull in a supporting rolecomplicate matters. At the same time, a promising young Russian singer begins at the Opera's Academy. In the hallways of Opera Bastille, his destiny will cross paths with that of Bryn Terfel, one of the greatest voices of his time. As the season progresses, more and more characters appear, playing out the human comedy in the manner of a documentary Opera. But this comedy is set against a tragic backdrop when terrorist attacks plunge Paris into mourning. Even though the show must go on at all costs, there is no end of trouble for the new director. Star choreographer Benjamin Millepied jumps ship soon after taking over as director of ballet at Palais Garnier. Preparations for Richard Wagner's six-hour opera Die Meistersinger reunite the company.
Jean-Stéphane Bron
 
Original multilingual version subtitled in English
Général
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Botero (STA)
A poetic documentary profile of Colombian painter and sculptor Fernando Botero, born in 1932. Famous for his round and voluptuous figures, Botero is one of the rare artists to achieve success in his lifetime. Featuring unprecedented access into his creative and personal worlds, this enthusiastic homage to Botero, a private individual and a committed artist, sheds light on his unique artistic process.
Don Millar
 
Femmes des casernes
FEMMES DES CASERNES is an immersive, gender and genre bending documentary, which delves into the masculine world of firefighting… as lived by five charismatic firewomen. The film follows the work of these women as they devote themselves to a most untraditional pursuit, and showcase two stages in a firefighter’s trajectory: the challenges of newbies who try to get hired by the Montreal Fire Department and life on the force as full-time squad members. For an entirely new kind of chick flick-cinéma vérité style-that lays bare the exciting, dangerous, controversial and untraditional world of women who have chosen to spite prejudice, blaze their own trail, and follow their fiery passion.
Louise Leroux
 

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Spanish subtitled in French
En attente de classement
Release date :
17 July 2020
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Nos mères (STF)
Guatemala, 2018. The whole country is immersed in the trial of the soldiers who sparked the civil war. Victim statements come one after another. Ernesto is a young anthropologist working for the Forensic Foundation; his job is to identify the missing. One day, while hearing the account of an old woman, he thinks he has found a lead that might guide him to his father, a guerrillero who went missing during the war. Against his mother's wishes, he flings himself body and soul into the case, looking for truth and resilience.
 
Spanish subtitled in English
En attente de classement
Release date :
17 July 2020
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Yuli (STA)
Yuli tells the life story of celebrated Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta, as well as the story of how a child became a dancer. Yuli is the nickname given to Carlos Acosta by his father, Pedro, who considers him the son of Ogun, an African god and a fighter. As a child Yuli avoids discipline and education, his father, sends him to the National Ballet School of Cuba. The boy in years, becomes the first black dancer to be cast in some of the most prestigious companies such as the Royal Ballet in London. Directed by Icíar Bollaín from the script by Ken Loach’s legendary screenwriter Paul Laverty, and featuring Acosta as himself, Yuli is a vibrant, warm, powerful film about art, identity, sacrifice, courage, family, and determination.
 
French 
En attente de classement
Release date :
24 July 2020
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Jongué, carnet nomade
Serge Emmanuel Jongué was a writer and photographer haunted by questions around the identity and memory of colonized peoples. Jongué’s origins were Guyanese and Polish. He was a fan of comic books, journalism and literature, and he created an original, powerful body of work. His poetic and political texts enter into dialogue with images whose remarkable textures bring the shadows into sharp relief. In the 1970s, Jongué settled in Montreal, where he became closely involved with the First Nations and was an early activist on issues that have since become crucial. Composed entirely of words and images by Jongué, Carlos Ferrand’s latest film creatively immortalizes an activist artist who died too young, a precursor to many of the voices we hear today.
 
 
 
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