This week at the Rep Cinemas: January 30-February 5

Cafe de Flore

With this year’s Academy Award nominations being announced last week, several of Toronto’s Rep cinemas are doing their bit to help you catch up on the nominees you may have missed out on.

Fox Theatre

The Fox will be running various screenings of Hugo ,   My Week with Marilyn , and The Muppets . Opening on Friday this week is director Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows , starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law. Check their website for all the details and showtimes.

Projection Booth

The Projection Booth will continue this week with multiple screenings of  Werner Herzog’s Cave of Forgotten Dreams , Le Havre , Midnight in Paris , Buck , and Nostalgia for the Light . Thus far, nothing has been posted on their schedule after February 2, so please check their website later in the week for all the listings.

Revue Cinema

Up this week at the Revue will be screenings of Jason Reitman’s new film, Young Adult , starring Charlize Theron, and Terrence Mallick’s impressionistic family drama, Tree of Life . Nothing past January 31 is yet listed on their website (at the time of this article), so check back at their website for all the upcoming listings this week.

The Royal

This week at the Royal will see more screenings of Woody Allen’s most recent film, Midnight in Paris ; documentary Surviving Progress ; and Jean-Marc Vallée’s new film, Cafe de Flore . On Thursday, February 2 at 7:00 pm is a special screening of Toronto-based filmmaker Sean Cisterna’s latest work, Moon Point (2011), a comedy about a young man trying to track down his childhood crush. Cisterna will also be in attendance for a Q & A. Unfortunately, at the time of this article’s publication, the Royal hadn’t posted the weekend listings, so you’ll have to keep an eye on their schedule for what’s happening later in the week.

This Week at the Rep Cinemas is published weekly, bringing you a snapshot of what’s going on at Toronto’s repertory cinemas.


Obsessed with watching movies as far back as she can remember, Pam loves film enough to have two university degrees in the subject. When not focused on a movie screen, she can usually be found reading, cooking, touring vineyards, or planning where to spend her vacation time.

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