As I’m writing this, it’s November 25. That means we only have one month until Christmas. Where did November go?! So many things to do! However, it you want to block out the holidays for now, and defer your shopping, baking, wrapping, panic attack until another day – just head on to one of the movies Toronto has on offer! Here’s what is happening on the scene for Monday, November 26, 2012.
The Revue Cinema will have the results of the Toronto 48 Hour Film Project at 7:00 pm, giving out awards for, and screening the best of, this year’s entries. Then at 9:15 pm, it’s Sarah Polley’s new autobiographical documentary, Stories We Tell .
The Fox Theatre is screening the darkly comic Seven Psychopaths at 7:00 pm, and the new documentary The Imposter at 9:15 pm, the film about a young Frenchman who poses as a Texas family’s missing son.
The Royal continues screenings from the European Union Film Festival, which runs until tomorrow. Up today are the Belgian film, Miles from Anywhere at 6:00 pm, and at 8:30 pm, it’s Sonny Boy , from the Netherlands.
Projection Booth East continues screenings of Irvine Welsh’s Ecstasy at 7:30 pm, and Shut Up and Play the Hits , a concert chronicling the last concert of LCD Soundsystem at Madison Square Gardens at 9:30 pm. At the Projection Booth Metro location, they’re also screening Irvine Welsh’s Ecstasy at 9:30 pm.
Image from The Fruit Hunters.
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