The Pageant Theatre


Yann Demange

  • 100 minutes
  • 2014

Official Website Reviews

    Nightly March 27- April 2
  • 6:00pm
  • Additional Matinee screenings Saturday and Sunday
  • 1:15pm

’71 takes place over a single night in the life of a young British soldier (Jack O’Connell) accidentally abandoned by his unit following a riot on the streets of Belfast in 1971. Unable to tell friend from foe, and increasingly wary of his own comrades, he must survive the night alone and find his way to safety through a disorientating, alien and deadly landscape. The film is interested in people not politics, keeping the focus on the sudden outbreaks of inhumanity and humanity in the madness, expertly crafting a thriller from the swirling fog of war. A meticulously built period piece, a powerful anti-war film, and rarest of all, a thriller whose tension and suspense feel genuinely earned.

Maps To The Stars

David Cronenberg

  • 111 minutes
  • 2014

Official Website Reviews

    Nightly March 27 - April 2
  • 8:15pm
  • Additional Matinee screenings Saturday and Sunday
  • 3:30pm

Meet the Weiss family, who are making their way in Hollywood rife with money, fame, envy, and relentless hauntings. Stafford Weiss (John Cusack) is a famed TV self-help therapist with an A-list celebrity clientele. Meanwhile, Cristina Weiss (Olivia Williams) has her work cut out managing the career of their disaffected child-star son, Benjie (Evan Bird), a fresh graduate of rehab at age 13. Yet unbeknownst to them, another member of the Weiss family has arrived in town – mysteriously scarred and tormented Agatha (Mia Wasikowska), just released from a psych ward and ready to start again. She soon works her way into a friendship with a limo driver (Robert Pattinson) and becomes personal assistant to unraveling actress Havana Segrand (2015 Best Actress Academy Award winner Julianne Moore), who is beset by the ghost of her legendary mother, Clarice (Sarah Gadon). But Agatha is on a quest for redemption – and even in this realm of the artificial, and the unearthly, she’s determined to find it, no matter what it takes.

The Late Show

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night

Ana Lily Amirpour

  • 99 minutes
  • 2014

Official Website Reviews

    Friday and Saturday March 27 and 28
  • 11pm

The Girl returns for two nights only! The first Iranian Vampire Western Romance ever made, Ana Lily Amirpour’s debut basks in the sheer pleasure of pulp. A joyful mash-up of genre, archetype, and iconography, its prolific influences span spaghetti westerns, graphic novels, horror films, and the Iranian New Wave. Sexy, scary and fearlessly subversive.

In Farsi with English subtitles.

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