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Cat Video Fest 2024

Join us for a fun, family-friendly night at the movies that raises money for local cats in need! Cat Video Fest is a compilation reel of the latest and best cat videos culled from countless hours of unique submissions and sourced animations, music video, and classic internet powerhouses. Cat Video Fest is the purrr-fect way to celebrate our favourite four-legged feline friends!
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‘History tells us a few things, largely about men and war. For the rest of humanity, we must draw our own, often wild, conclusions…’ Based on the historical novel “Queen's Gambit” by Elizabeth Fremantle “Firebrand” takes place in blood-soaked Tudor England, ravaged by plague and religious unrest, Henry VIII’s (Jude Law) kingdom has fallen into disarray. With the King overseas, his sixth wife, and Queen Regent, dreams of a land free from tyranny. Her name is KATHERINE PARR (Alicia Vikander). When an increasingly ailing and paranoid King returns from war overseas, he turns his fury on the radicals, charging Katherine's childhood friend with treason and burns her at the stake. Horrified and grieving, but forced to deny it, Katherine finds herself fighting for her own survival. Conspiracy reverberates through the palace. Everyone holds their breath - for the queen to slip up, for Henry to take her head like wives before.
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The latest by legendary Italian director Marco Bellocchio (“Fist in the Pocket”), a grand historical depiction of the true scandal of Edgardo Mortara, a young Jewish child abducted by the church in 19th-century Bologna. In 1858, in the Jewish quarter of Bologna, the Pope's soldiers burst into the home of the Mortara family. By order of the cardinal, they have come to take Edgardo, their seven-year-old son. The child had been secretly baptized by his nurse as a baby and the papal law is unquestionable: he must receive a Catholic education. Edgardo's parents, distraught, will do anything to get their son back. Supported by public opinion and the international Jewish community, the Mortaras' struggle quickly take a political dimension. But the Church and the Pope will not agree to return the child, to consolidate an increasingly wavering power...
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Kinds of Kindness

This Cannes Competition contender from Yorgos Lanthimos (Poor Things) is a darkly hilarious fable starring Emma Stone, Jesse Plemons and Willem Dafoe. A triptych fable, following a man without choice who tries to take control of his own life; a policeman who is alarmed that his wife who was missing-at-sea has returned and seems a different person; and a woman determined to find a specific someone with a special ability, who is destined to become a prodigious spiritual leader.
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Last Summer

Anne, an accomplished attorney, shares a harmonious life with her husband Pierre and their two young daughters in a picturesque Parisian home. The dynamic changes when Theo, Pierre's teenage son from a previous relationship, comes to live with them. Anne finds herself increasingly unsettled by Theo's presence, leading her into a complex and intense relationship that risks her professional success and family harmony.
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Sing Sing

Based on a true story, Greg Kwedar’s new film follows a small group of prisoners inside Sing Sing Correctional Facility, one of the world’s most infamous maximum security prisons, attempt to stage their own original production. Divine G (Colman Domingo), imprisoned at Sing Sing for a crime he didn’t commit, finds purpose by acting in a theatre group with other incarcerated men. When a wary outsider joins the group, the men decide to stage their first original comedy, in this stirring true story of resilience, humanity, and the transformative power of art, starring an unforgettable ensemble cast of formerly incarcerated actors. Domingo gives one of the most memorable and affecting performances of his career, bolstered by a cast made up almost entirely of formerly incarcerated actors and alumni of the Rehabilitation Through the Arts programme. Their participation brings an authenticity to the group’s founding principle that human dignity must be a part of the justice system.
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An investigation into abuse and missing children at an Indian residential school ignites a reckoning on the nearby Sugarcane Reserve. Filmmakers Julian Brave NoiseCat and Emily Kassie deliver a multilayered film that invites audiences to confront profound questions about morality and justice, and to bear witness to the lasting intergenerational legacy of trauma from the residential school system — including forced family separation, physical and sexual abuse, and the destruction of Native culture and language. Drawing on their backgrounds in activism and journalism — as well as NoiseCat's own personal connection to the story and community — the filmmakers deftly weave together multiple strands to form this compelling, heartbreaking narrative. Demonstrating unparalleled humanity, compassion, and grace for the affected Indigenous communities in North America, their powerful documentary operates from a place of pure and total empathy.
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