The Marx Brothers were among the 20th century’s most benevolent bands of anarchist troublemakers and you can join Calgary Cinematheque for this screening of their 1933 classic, Duck Soup.
A modern Christmas classic, head to The GRAND to watch as the Griswold family attempt to deal with their inevitably big and disastrous holiday plans.
Pitting rationalism against fundamentalism and advocating for personal liberties and a healthy public discourse informed by open debate, join Calgary Cinematheque as it screens Destiny.
Directed by Jon Favreau, Elf is a hilarious, holiday favourite and you can see it this Sunday as Movies at The GRAND return. Be sure to wear your ugliest Christmas sweater for a chance to win big.
A monthly feature-length documentary series presented in partnership with the Calgary International Film Festival and Hot Docs, join Doc Soup Calgary for a screening of Cameron Yates’ Chef Flynn.
A gorgeously directed and wholly intoxicating star-studded widescreen musical set around the 2008 global financial crisis, join Calgary Cinematheque as it screens Johnnie To’s Office.
Join the Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers as it highlights the great work being done within the Alberta filmmaking scene for a one-night-only members’ screening and directors talk.
A monthly feature-length documentary series presented in partnership with the Calgary International Film Festival and Hot Docs, join Doc Soup Calgary for a screening of Nathaniel Kahn’s The Price of Everything.
Pulled Strings demonstrates the passing down of culture and traditions between generations. Experience the traditional Chinese music and food that inspired the short film at its Calgary premiere.