Today on the Scene: screenings and film fun for Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Today on the Scene: screenings and film fun for Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Are you tired of my lame James Bond jokes yet? Fine. There’s no Bond offerings in Toronto today except, you know, that new one. Skyrise? Skymall? Nightfall? Something like that. Otherwise, here’s what’s happening today on the scene for Wednesday, November 14, 2012.

The  TIFF Bell Lightbox  has got it going on today. You can, of course, catch the theatrical runs of   Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel, Samsara,   How to Survive a Plague,   Chasing Ice, and Dial M for Murder.   Or you can indulge in the TIFF Cinematheque Indian Expressionism programme with Light of Asia at 6:15 pm and Josef von Sternberg’s The Blue Angel at 8:45 pm.

The  Bloor Hot Docs Cinema  hosts   All Balls Don’t Bounce Film Series: The Iran Job   at 6:30 pm and  and screens   The World Before Her   at 9:15 pm.

The Royal will be hosting By Miracle from the European Union Film Festival 2012.  E

A t the  Revue Cinema, you catch   Movies for Mommies: Arbitrage at 1:00 pm, and     Arbitrage,   or   The Master in the evening .   At the  Fox Theatre, you can also take your baby to see Movies for Mommies: Arbitrage   at 1:30 pm and catch  Looper   or   Arbitrage in the evening.

If you feel like heading to  Projection Booth East, you can see the neo-noir   Hamlet   at 7:30 pm.

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