As the resident American on the TFS staff, I’ll be bowing out of movie screenings on Tuesday. Instead I’ll stay in and have a home festival of optimistic political movies (hint: they were all made by Frank Capra) . Seriously, it’s the only thing that assuages of the pain of election day. Presumably, most of you don’t care about this so here’s what happening today on the scene in the Toronto for Tuesday, November 6, 2012.
At the TIFF Bell Lightbox today you can find Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel, Samsara, and Dial M For Murder , and How to Survive a Plague . But if you’re more a classic film kinda person you can catch Funny Face with Audrey Hepburn on 6:30 pm or if you’re into Bond, James Bond don’t miss For Your Eyes Only at 9:00 pm.
You can catch The Carbon Rush and The Story of Film: An Odyssey Episodes 11 & 12 today at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema.
The Royal flings open its doors after the usual Monday closing and brings us the beautiful Beasts of the Southern Wild and Manborg .
East enders can hit the Fox Theatre for Pitch Perfect or End of Watch .
Wayne White is still enjoying his run at Projection Booth East, with Beauty is Embarrassing and the all new Hamlet is also playing. And starting at 8 pm you can hit the “Election Tea Party” starring Fox News, American beer, hotdogs, and a night of mocking the poor judgement of our neighbors to the South.
If you prefer your mocking straight up, skip the election party and head straight to Projection Booth Metro for Monty Python and the Holy Grail and Life of Brian .
Image From: Funny Face.
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