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Wednesday 28, September

Vengeance

Vengeance

14A

Wednesday 28, September

Thursday 29, September

Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror

Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror

PG

Thursday 29, September

Friday 30, September

Three Thousand Years of Longing

Three Thousand Years of Longing

PG- violence, coarse language, nudity, sexual content

Friday 30, September

Saturday 1, October

Three Thousand Years of Longing

Three Thousand Years of Longing

PG- violence, coarse language, nudity, sexual content

Saturday 1, October

The Witches of Eastwick

The Witches of Eastwick

14A

Saturday 1, October

Sunday 2, October

Summer Stock

Summer Stock

PG

Sunday 2, October

Three Thousand Years of Longing

Three Thousand Years of Longing

PG- violence, coarse language, nudity, sexual content

Sunday 2, October

Monday 3, October

Three Thousand Years of Longing

Three Thousand Years of Longing

PG- violence, coarse language, nudity, sexual content

Monday 3, October

Tuesday 4, October

Moonage Daydream

Moonage Daydream

PGnudity, coarse language.

Tuesday 4, October

Wednesday 5, October

Moonage Daydream

Moonage Daydream

PGnudity, coarse language.

Wednesday 5, October

Thursday 6, October

Moonage Daydream

Moonage Daydream

PGnudity, coarse language.

Thursday 6, October

The Ruins

The Ruins

18A

Thursday 6, October

Friday 7, October

Moonage Daydream

Moonage Daydream

PGnudity, coarse language.

Friday 7, October

Saint Maud

Saint Maud

18A

Friday 7, October

Saturday 8, October

Moonage Daydream

Moonage Daydream

PGnudity, coarse language.

Saturday 8, October

Beetlejuice

Beetlejuice

PG

Saturday 8, October

God's Creatures

God's Creatures

Rating TBA

Saturday 8, October

Sunday 9, October

The NeverEnding Story

The NeverEnding Story

PG

Sunday 9, October

Moonage Daydream

Moonage Daydream

PGnudity, coarse language.

Sunday 9, October

Monday 10, October

The Witches

The Witches

PG

Monday 10, October

God's Creatures

God's Creatures

Rating TBA

Monday 10, October

Tuesday 11, October

God's Creatures

God's Creatures

Rating TBA

Tuesday 11, October

Wednesday 12, October

God's Creatures

God's Creatures

Rating TBA

Wednesday 12, October

Thursday 13, October

God's Creatures

God's Creatures

Rating TBA

Thursday 13, October

Monday 17, October

Carmen

Carmen

PG

Monday 17, October

Tuesday 18, October

Carmen

Carmen

PG

Tuesday 18, October

Wednesday 19, October

Carmen

Carmen

PG

Wednesday 19, October

Thursday 20, October

Carmen

Carmen

PG

Thursday 20, October

In The Mouth of Madness

In The Mouth of Madness

18A

Thursday 20, October

Friday 21, October

Carmen

Carmen

PG

Friday 21, October

The Curse of Frankenstein

The Curse of Frankenstein

PG

Friday 21, October

Saturday 22, October

Carmen

Carmen

PG

Saturday 22, October

The Wizard of Oz

The Wizard of Oz

G

Saturday 22, October

The Good House

The Good House

Rating TBA

Saturday 22, October

Sunday 23, October

Coraline

Coraline

PG

Sunday 23, October

Carmen

Carmen

PG

Sunday 23, October

Monday 24, October

The Good House

The Good House

Rating TBA

Monday 24, October

Tuesday 25, October

The Good House

The Good House

Rating TBA

Tuesday 25, October

Wednesday 26, October

The Good House

The Good House

Rating TBA

Wednesday 26, October

Thursday 27, October

The Good House

The Good House

Rating TBA

Thursday 27, October

Blade

Blade

18A

Thursday 27, October

Friday 28, October

The Good House

The Good House

Rating TBA

Friday 28, October

Saturday 29, October

The Good House

The Good House

Rating TBA

Saturday 29, October

Beetlejuice

Beetlejuice

PG

Presented by Discover Charlottetown in collaboration with Classics at City Cinema as part of Charlottetown Scarecrow Festival. Dir: Tim Burton, US, 1988. Michael Keaton, Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis, Winona Ryder. When a recently-deceased ghost couple find their now-vacant home invaded by an obnoxious family, they hire a sleazy ghost who gets rid of humans to help them. Classics at City Cinema is produced and presented by Laurent Gariépy.

Saturday 8, October

Blade

Blade

18A

Presented by Comic Hunter in collaboration with Classics at City Cinema. Dir: Stephen Norrington, US, 1998. Wesley Snipes, Stephen Dorff, Kris Kristofferson. A half-vampire, half-mortal man becomes a protector of the mortal race, while slaying evil vampires. Classics at City Cinema is produced and presented by Laurent Gariépy.

Thursday 27, October

Carmen

Carmen

PG

Dir: Valerie Buhagiar, Malta/Canada, 2022. Natascha McElhone, Steven Love, Michaela Farrugia. Canadian Film Festival Winner, Best Feature. "There’s an old Maltese tradition that when a man enters the priesthood there, his sister comes with him to work as an (unpaid) servant... Such is the lot of Carmen (Natascha McElhone) in this story set in Malta in the 1980s. Trouble is, when her brother drops dead one day, Carmen is cut loose, unemployed and homeless. The new priest is due to arrive soon, with his own sister to look after him. Director Valerie Buhagiar was born in Malta... her film is said to be inspired by true events... Hiding in the confessional booth one day, she inadvertently hears the sins of one female parishioner, and lowers her voice to provide a unique penance. You wish your husband ill because he mistreats you? Cook him the same meal three times a day until he decides to leave... Carmen’s unorthodox absolution results in some hefty collection-box offerings, which she then uses to buy food. She also takes the church’s chalice and candlesticks to a local pawnshop, where the owner gives her a good deal, and a little romance on the side... The performances are warm and wonderful, and the scenery is postcard-perfect. The setting is believably old-fashioned, a long-lost paradise where an ancient custom gets an updated retelling." - Chris Knight, The National Post

Monday 17, October

Tuesday 18, October

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Friday 21, October

Saturday 22, October

Sunday 23, October

Show Future Dates
Coraline

Coraline

PG

Presented by Discover Charlottetown in collaboration with Classics at City Cinema as part of Charlottetown Scarecrow Festival. Dir: Henry Selick, US, 2009. Dakota Fanning, Teri Hatcher, Jennifer Saunders. An adventurous 11-year-old girl finds another world that is a strangely idealized version of her frustrating home, but it has sinister secrets. Classics at City Cinema is produced and presented by Laurent Gariépy.

Sunday 23, October

God's Creatures

God's Creatures

Rating TBA

Dir: Saela Davis/Anna Rose Holmer, UK/Ireland/US, 2022. Emily Watson, Paul Mescal, Aisling Franciosi. "A small, wild fishing village in Kerry is the centre of a timeless, elemental drama in God’s Creatures, a lashing tale from directors Saela Davis and Anna Rose Holmer... Perched precariously on the sea’s edge... this is old Ireland meets the new as its women wrestle against the cosy patriarchy... Emily Watson leads the cast delivering, yet again, a stinging reminder of her talent... The essence of God’s Creatures is fascinating as we watch the force of women row back against the status quo...starting out in a fish processing factory which is the epicentre of much of the drama, given its key role in processing the catches of the husbands and sons of the women who work here. Watson’s Aileen is the floor manager, a new, doting grandmother... A death at sea heralds the surprise return of Aileen’s son, Brian from a prolonged absence... Not everyone is as thrilled to welcome him back as Aileen... With no explanation as to why he hasn’t been in contact for so long, Brian decides he wants to bring the family’s oyster beds back to life, delighting his mother. Yet his easy flouting of the rules at sea is a sign of his untrustworthiness on land... ‘We’re all God’s creatures in the dark,’ is an easy Irish saying, yet how much can we overlook, in those shadows? Darkness is a key theme for God’s Creatures, from the sea itself to the interiors of these pebble-dash homes perched against the Atlantic" - Fionnuala Halligan, Screen Daily

Saturday 8, October

Monday 10, October

Tuesday 11, October

Wednesday 12, October

Thursday 13, October

Show Future Dates
In The Mouth of Madness

In The Mouth of Madness

18A

Presented by Discover Charlottetown in collaboration with Classics at City Cinema as part of Charlottetown Scarecrow Festival. Dir: John Carpenter, US, 1995. Sam Neill, Julie Carmen, Jurgen Prochnow Charlton Heston. An insurance investigator begins discovering that the impact a horror writer's books have on his fans is more than inspirational. Classics at City Cinema is produced and presented by Laurent Gariépy.

Thursday 20, October

Moonage Daydream

Moonage Daydream

PGnudity, coarse language.

Dir: Brett Morgen, Germany/US, 2022. "Brett Morgen brings the gift of sound and vision to Moonage Daydream, an electric audiovisual tour around the restless mind of renaissance man David Bowie, as cracked open by unfettered access to the late artist’s estate. It quickly becomes clear that one film won’t be enough to capture this chameleon, so Morgen instead opts for a dazzling multi-media experience, loosely threaded with disembodied narrative as provided by conversations with Bowie during his lifetime. It’s a pristine sensory voyage, with astonishing sound - in particular remastered Bowie concert audio - which calls for big-screen, event treatment for fans and converts-to-be... It’s a film he almost certainly would have liked, infused with his spirit but coming no closer to packaging the space oddity for comfortable categorisation... Morgen draws on constant, seemingly innumerable, film clips along with archival news and concert footage as well as personal recordings and documents. Much of this film has never been seen before, and it is a true treasure trove... This is a skilled and satisfyingly unconventional presentation... For such a dizzying film which took five years (like the song) for Morgen to complete, there’s no surprise to see an army of sound technicians and archival researchers in the credits"- Fionnuala Halligan, Screen Daily "Moonage Daydream is an immersive ride into David Bowie's sound and vision, and leaves you gobsmacked by his creative genius over the course of his 50-year career." - Kate Muir, Daily Mail (UK)

Tuesday 4, October

Wednesday 5, October

Thursday 6, October

Friday 7, October

Saturday 8, October

Sunday 9, October

Show Future Dates
Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror

Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror

PG

Presented by Classics at City Cinema and co-hosted by Island Jazz. Dir: Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, Germany, 1922. Max Schreck, Greta Schröder, Gustav von Wangenheim. In silent with a live musician. A group of film archivists with a passion for silent movies has established September 29 as Silent Movie Day—an annual day to celebrate silent film. For the occasion we will show Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror, a 1922 silent German film directed by F. W. Murnau and starring Max Schreck as Count Orlok, a vampire who preys on the wife (Greta Schröder) of his estate agent (Gustav von Wangenheim) and brings the plague to their town. The movie will be shown with live music by Island Jazz feat Max Keenlyside.

Thursday 29, September

Saint Maud

Saint Maud

18A

Presented by Discover Charlottetown in collaboration with Classics at City Cinema as part of Charlottetown Scarecrow Festival. Thanks to The Hollywood Suite for sponsoring this screening. Dir: Rose Glass, UK, 2019. Morfydd Clark, Jennifer Ehle. The story follows hospice nurse Maud, a recent convert to Roman Catholicism, who becomes obsessed with a former dancer in her care, believing she must save her soul by any means necessary. Classics at City Cinema is produced and presented by Laurent Gariépy.

Friday 7, October

Summer Stock

Summer Stock

PG

Presented by Discover Charlottetown in collaboration with Classics at City Cinema as part of Farm Day in the City. Dir: Charles Walters, US, 1950. Judy Garland, Gene Kell, Phil Silvers. A small-town farmer, down on her luck, finds her homestead invaded by a theatrical troupe invited to stay by her ne'er-do-well sister. Classics at City Cinema is produced and presented by Laurent Gariépy.

Sunday 2, October

The Curse of Frankenstein

The Curse of Frankenstein

PG

Presented by Discover Charlottetown in collaboration with Classics at City Cinema as part of Charlottetown Scarecrow Festival. Dir: Terence Fisher, England, 1957, 83 min. Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Hazel Court, Robert Urquhart. While awaiting execution for murder, Baron Victor Frankenstein tells the story of a creature he built and brought to life. Classics at City Cinema is produced and presented by Laurent Gariépy.

Friday 21, October

The Good House

The Good House

Rating TBA

Dir: Maya Forbes/Wallace Wolodarsky, US, 2022. Sigourney Weaver, Kevin Kline, Morena Baccarin, Beverly D'Angelo. "Weaver plays Hildy, a longtime real estate agent living and working in an affluent New England town... She’s coming off a short stint in rehab after a painful intervention... Hoping to get a fresh start, she needs to sell the home of a young couple but can’t do it without the help of former crush and contractor Frank (Kline)... The joy of The Good House is the ensemble cast... The supporting characters push and pull her, putting stress on her ability to maintain a sober post-rehab life. Her two daughters, Emily and Tess, have trust issues with their mother’s drunk past. Hildy’s ex-husband Scott left her for another man. Her friend Rebecca is an outsider in the town, and then there’s Peter, who runs a therapy practice on the second floor of Hildy’s home... The script engagingly tells the story of a recovering alcoholic’s journey to her true rock bottom... Weaver absolutely shines as Hildy... Thankfully The Good House is a light drama with sparks of comedy... Plus, it’s a story about an older woman... it shows that good stories come from all stages of life." - Alan Ng, Film Threat. Filmed in Chester, N.S.

Saturday 22, October

Monday 24, October

Tuesday 25, October

Wednesday 26, October

Thursday 27, October

Friday 28, October

Saturday 29, October

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The NeverEnding Story

The NeverEnding Story

PG

Presented by Discover Charlottetown in collaboration with Classics at City Cinema as part of Charlottetown Scarecrow Festival. Dir: Wolfgang Petersen, US, 1984. Noah Hathaway, Barret Oliver, Tami Stronach. A young boy is physically drawn into a fantasy novel he is reading and there he helps save an incredible world from destruction. A superb adventure-fantasy. Classics at City Cinema is produced and presented by Laurent Gariépy.

Sunday 9, October

The Ruins

The Ruins

18A

Presented by Classics at City Cinema, thanks for The Hollywood Suite for sponsoring this screening. Dir: Carter Smith, US, 2008. Jonathan Tucker, Jena Malone & Shawn Ashmore. A group of friends whose leisurely Mexican holiday takes a turn for the worse when they, along with a fellow tourist embark on a remote archaeological dig in the jungle, where something evil lives among the ruins. Classics at City Cinema is produced and presented by Laurent Gariépy.

Thursday 6, October

The Witches

The Witches

PG

Presented by Discover Charlottetown in collaboration with Classics at City Cinema as part of Charlottetown Scarecrow Festival Dir: Nicolas Roeg, US, 1990. Jasen Fisher, Mai Zetterling, Anjelica Houston, Rowan Atkinson. A nine-year-old boy and his grandmother discover adventure when they encounter the high witch and her diabolical plot to turn all of England's children into mice. Classics at City Cinema is produced and presented by Laurent Gariépy.

Monday 10, October

The Witches of Eastwick

The Witches of Eastwick

14A

Presented by Classics at City Cinema with thanks for The Hollywood Suite for sponsoring this screening. Dir: George Miller, US, 1985. with Cher, Susan Sarandon, Michelle Pfeiffer, Jack Nicholson. The story of three women who are unaware of the power of the words they speak; as they tell each other their deepest desires, a man (Nicholson) arrives just in time and fulfills them, but has a dark side of his own. Classics at City Cinema is produced and presented by Laurent Gariépy.

Saturday 1, October

The Wizard of Oz

The Wizard of Oz

G

Presented by Discover Charlottetown in collaboration with Classics at City Cinema as part of Charlottetown Scarecrow Festival. Dir: Victor Fleming, US, 1939. Judy Garland, Frank Morgan. Dorothy and her dog Toto are swept away by a tornado from their Kansas farm to the magical Land of Oz, and embark on a quest with three new friends, a lion, a scarecrow and a tin man, to see the Wizard of Oz, who can return her to her home and fulfill the others' wishes. Classics at City Cinema is produced and presented by Laurent Gariépy.

Saturday 22, October

Three Thousand Years of Longing

Three Thousand Years of Longing

PG- violence, coarse language, nudity, sexual content

Dir: George Miller, Australia/US, 2022. Idris Elba, Tilda Swinton. “Inventively fanciful and broadly enjoyable… ‘Narratologist’ Alithea is attending a conference in Istanbul. Discovering a curious bottle at the bottom of a bazaar basket, she releases a benevolent genie from its imprisonment, and is promised three wishes in return. To put her Monkey’s Paw concerns at ease, the Djinn tells the story of how he ended up in a glass-blown cell, a tale which spans dynasties, continents and millennia... From the court of the Queen Of Sheba – a world of magic and myth made real – to the Ottoman Empire, each fable is an enchanting flight of fancy. This is the kind of playful adult fairytale that’s all but extinct… the Djinn’s stories serve as cautionary tales about desire, whether it be the unrequited love of another, the pursuit of knowledge or the simple longing for a better life.” – Jordan Farley, GamesRadar+ . “A visual dazzler that wears its fantasy elements lightly and with playful humour.” - The Financial Times

Friday 30, September

Saturday 1, October

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Monday 3, October

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Vengeance

Vengeance

14A

Dir: B.J. Novak, US, 2022. B.J. Novak, Issa Rae, Ashton Kutcher, Boyd Holbrook J. Smith Cameron. “Vengeance is a smart, subversive fish-out-of-water comedy about a stereotypical coastal elite that gets intellectually catfished into traveling to a remote Texas town … B. J. Novak (the Office) plays Ben, a Brooklyn-based writer who dreams of branching out into podcasting,… Ben receives a random call from Ty Shaw, the brother of Abilene, a girl he used to casually date from a small town in Texas. She’s recently passed away and Ben is guilt-tripped into traveling to Texas for her funeral - and perhaps to solve her murder. Inspired and perhaps seduced by the colorful small town and the Shaw family, he decides to stay around… Setting up shop in Abilene’s room, he’s embedded within her family with the goal of finding out the truth.” John Fink, The Film Stage. "An irresistible original - a heady, jaunty, witty-as-they-come tall tale that’s just grounded enough in the real world to carry you along... In a good way, Vengeance makes up its own rules. It’s a one-of-a-kind movie... B.J. Novak proves a born storyteller with the rare gift of using a film to say something that intoxicates us." - Owen Gleiberman, Variety

Wednesday 28, September