Innis Town Hall

University of Toronto

FEBRUARY 2006 EVENTS

Wednesday February 1

CINSSU and Hart House present a Black History Month screening: Spike Lee's Get On the Bus. 7pm, free admission.

 

Thursday February 2

"The Little Engine That Could: Ukrainian Documentary Cinema." Lecture and screening. Yuri Shevchuck, director of the Ukrainian Film Club and lecturer of Ukrainian Language and Culture at Columbia University, talks about Ukrainian documentary and presents a screening of two films: Kinomania, and A Dangerously Free Person (English subtitles). 7pm, free admission.

 

Friday February 3

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film All Gone Peter Tong , on 35mm film. 7pm, free admission.

 

Saturday February 4

UofT's Peace and Conflict Society event

 

Sunday February 5

Toronto Film Society presents a double bill screening of Skylark (1941) and Julia Misbehaves (1948). 2pm. $90 to register for the full series. For more information on tickets please visit: www.interlog.com/~tfs/film%20list.htm#sundays

 

Tuesday February 7

Finnish Film Studies & Canadian Friends of Finland screening

 

Thursday February 9

Blake/EAST Indoor Air Quality Project invites you to a screening of Children Breathe Easy a 22 minute video production about the steps taken to improve the indoor air quality in a school community in downtown Toronto. Refreshments provided. Free admission, 6pm.

Please come and enjoy our fabulous video and tasty refreshments!

For more information contact Maria Miller at 416-461-6619
indoorenvironment@yahoo.com, or Ann Phillips at 416- 461-1925 x 246 or
phillips@srchc.com

 

Friday February 10

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film La Dolce Vita, on 35mm film. 7pm, free admission.

 

Saturday February 11

Valentine's Day ANIME dance

 

Sunday February 12

Muslim Association of Canada event

 

February 14 - 18

U of T Film Festival, a wide variety of shorts and features. Visit www.uoftfilmfest.ca

 

Friday February 17

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film So This Is Paris, on 16mm film. 7pm, free admission. With live accompaniment from Friendly Rich & the Lollipop People

 

Saturday February 18

The Cinema Studies Student Union of the University of Toronto presents the 1st Toronto-Singapore Short Film Festival. This inaugural event is co-organized
by rOCKERpOET, the Malaysian Singaporean Students’  Associations of the University of Toronto and York University, as well as the Asian Film Society of the
University of Toronto. ADMISSION IS FREE, and all are welcome. 12:45pm.

Members of the media & industry professionals please RSVP by Feb.10 to:
rockerpoet_1974@yahoo.com

 

Sunday February 19

Toronto Film Society presents a double bill screening of Skylark (1941) and Julia Misbehaves (1948). 2pm. $90 to register for the full series. For more information on tickets please visit: www.interlog.com/~tfs/film%20list.htm#sundays

 

Wednesday February 22

A screening and discussion of The O Tapes. "Forget 'Sex in the City'...see over fifty women tell the truth about female sexual pleasure and orgasm!" The director will be in attendance. 7pm, tickets $15 (buy them at Good For Her, 175 Harbord, or Toronto Women's Bookstore, 73 Harbord).
For more information visit www.goodforher.com

 

Friday Februrary 24

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film "cult film" triple bill: Half-Baked, The Big Lebowsky, and The Rules of Attraction, all on 35mm film. 7pm, free admission.

 

February 23 - 26

The Second Annual Prisoner's Justice Film Festival. Join us for an exciting selection of informative films including Canadian, U.S., and international submissions. Films will be accompanied by guest panels including current and ex-prisoners, families of prisoners, activists and advocates, film-makers, researchers and writers.

For more information including a full schedule, visit www.pjac.org

 

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