The best thing about film in Toronto is the variety of film available at all times. Today is no different. There’s a Hollywood classic, a New Zealand indie, a movie about space Nazis and some musicians. How’s that for a buffet of film? Here’s what’s happening today on the Scene for Tuesday, August 14, 2012.
It’s Tuesday, and therefore $5.00 tickets at Rainbow and Magic Lantern theatres. The Carlton Cinema has some great stuff for the indie film lover. Boy, a wonderful film by Taika Waititi, The Intouchables, Safety Not Guaranteed and The Invisible War are all screenings multiple times today. There’s no better deal on great indie film in the city today!
The Royal continues its run of the awesomely anticipated space-Nazi movie Iron Sky at 7:00 pm and 9:30 pm.
TIFF Bell Lightbox is screening its run of engagement movies First Position, Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, Beasts of the Southern Wild and Oslo, August 31st, but they also have a screening of It Should Happen to You, the 1954 film starring Judy Holliday as a talentless woman who manages to become famous by using guerilla marketing tactics. The film also stars a very young Jack Lemmon. It screens as part of the Hollywood Classics series at 6:30 tonight.
Image from Iron Sky.
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