A masterly work of documentary filmmaking and a timely call for urgent action, March’s Doc Soup offering is a poignant look at the Mediterranean island of Lampedusa.
Bundle up and jump on your bike to check out the world premiere of Bicicles. A documentary exploring winter commuting by bicycle in Calgary, the film looks at why everyday people choose to ride.
Exploring the impact of the internet and computers in modern times, join Calgary Cinematheque as it screens The Human Surge—a winding look at the constantly evolving world.
Based on true events, Kiss & Cry shares the story of Carley Elle Allison, a 17-year-old Toronto figure skater and singer who made medical history in her fight against a rare, one in 3.5 billion cancer.
On a snowy, New York City night, celebrated jazz musician Lee Morgan was shot dead by his wife Helen during a club gig. Join Doc Soup for the fourth film in its season.
Returning from India with two hot new releases, Hidden Gems Film Festival kicks off 2017 with this powerful double screening of Daughters of Mother India and India in a Day.
Showcasing the best films from around the world made by rising masters and established auteurs, join Calgary Cinematheque as it screens Bertrand Bonello’s Nocturama.
One of the leading figures of New German Cinema, Wim Wenders’ first two decades of work concentrates on the themes of time, roadways, Americana, and ghosts of cinema past.
The latest film from Japanese master Hirokazu Kore-eda, After the Storm is a mature exploration of family dynamics and depicts how individual family members cope after a divorce.