Innis Town Hall

University of Toronto

January 2005 events

Friday January 7

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film: Napoleon Dynamite (Hess, 2004, 82 mins).
7pm, free admission.

 

Friday January 14

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film double bill: Les Invasions Barbares (The Barbarian Invasions) (Arcand, 2003, 99 mins.) and Jesus de Montreal (Arcand, 1989, 118 mins.). First of the two films at 7pm, free admission.

 

Wednesday January 19

The Polish Students' Association at the Univeristy of Toronto presents a screening of Let's Make A Grandson, a comedy directed by Piotr Weresniak. Plot summary:
"Maniek Kosela has a farm right in the centre of a big city. Lots of high rise buildings and neon lights around... Businessmen only dream of that soil. They would give a lot of money to have it. But Kosela has a different thing in mind..."
8pm, free admission.

 

Thursday January 20

Prison Justice Action Committee (PJAC) Toronto and UofT Social Justice
Cluster (SJC) presents the PRISONER'S RIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL.
http://www.socialjustice.utoronto.ca/filmfestival.html
Pay-what-you-can, $5 suggested donation.

6:30pm:

Corrections (2001, U.S., 60min)
Corporate Lockdown (2001, Canada, 22min)

8:30pm:

Education Not Incarceration (2004, US, 10min)
System Failure: Violence, Abuse and Neglect in the California Youth
Authority
. (2004, US, 30min).
A Prison in the Fields: False Progress in the Central Valley (2001, U.S. 20 mins.)

Friday January 21

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film, part of the WINTER IN CANADA series: Flower and Garnet (Behrman, 2002, 103 mins.). 7pm, free admission.

 

Saturday January 22

Prison Justice Action Committee (PJAC) Toronto and UofT Social Justice
Cluster (SJC) presents the PRISONER'S RIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL.
http://www.socialjustice.utoronto.ca/filmfestival.html
Pay-what-you-can, $5 suggested donation.


4:00pm:

Blind Eye to Justice (1998, US, 34min)
Tattoo: Art Beneath the Skin (1996, Canada, 22min)
Eyes in the Back of Your Head (2003, Canada, 33 min)

7:00pm:

Holiday Camp (2002, Australia, 45min)

8:30pm:

Security Consciousness: Detained in Guelph (2004, Canada, 35min)
Whose Rights, Anyway? Justice for Mohamed (2004, Canada, 15min)



Sunday January 23

Prison Justice Action Committee (PJAC) Toronto and UofT Social Justice
Cluster (SJC) presents the PRISONER'S RIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL.
http://www.socialjustice.utoronto.ca/filmfestival.html
Pay-what-you-can, $5 suggested donation.

4:00pm:

Johnny Greyeyes (2001, Canada, 76min)

7:00pm:

Out!: The Making of a Revolutionary (2000, USA, 60min)

8:30pm:

Stolen Youth (2004, UK, 20min)
The Corridor (2004, UK, 25min)

Wednesday January 26

CINSSU presents award-winning director Peter Lynch (Project Grizzly; Cyberman). Mr. Lynch will be giving a talk on Canadian documentary, followed by a FREE SCREENING of his new film A Whale of A Tale, which just played at the Toronto International Film Festival. There will also be a question and answer session after the film. 7pm, free admission.

 

Thursday January 27

Innis Herald screening of Battle of Algiers (Pontecorvo, 1965, 117 minutes). There will be short lectures on the film by Professor Keil (U of T - Cinema Studies) and Professor Walker (U of T - History). 7pm, free admission.

 

Friday January 28

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film double bill, part of the WINTER IN CANADA series: Parsley Days (Dorfman, 2000, 79 mins.) at 7pm, and Leolo (Lauzon, 1992, 107mins.) at 9pm, free admission for both films.

 

Saturday January 29

The Spiritual Centre presents a screening of a new film, INDIGO.

"INDIGO is a film about redemption, grace and the healing powers of a new generation of psychic and gifted “Indigo” children. INDIGO tells the story of one family’s three fateful choices that result in bankruptcy, jail, and their estrangement and total dissolution."

Doors at 1pm, $12. For ticket and movie information visit:
http://www.spiritualcentre.com/page/page/1530816.htm

 

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