Innis Town Hall

University of Toronto

January 2008 Events

Friday January 11

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film screening of Cries and Whispers. Free admission; 7pm. For more information visit www.cinssu.ca or "Cinema Studies Student Union" on facebook.

 

Thursday January 17

Paramount Pictures presents an advanced screening of Cloverfield at 9:30pm. Further details to be announced.

 

Friday January 18

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film double bill of Joshua Then and Now and The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz. Free admission; first film at 7pm. For more information visit www.cinssu.ca or "Cinema Studies Student Union" on facebook.

 

Sunday January 20

Toronto Film Society presents a double bill ofAll My Sons and The Brothers Rico. First film at 2pm. For more film and ticket information visit pages.interlog.com/~tfs/fallwinterfilmlist.htm#sundays

 

Thursday January 24

Native Earth presents aboriginal filmmakers showcasing their latest work, including films by Christian Goulet, Kent Monkman, Chandra Hellson, and more. Free admission, 8pm. For more information call 416-531-1402 or visit www.nativeearth.ca

 

Saturday January 26

Association of Part-Time Undergraduate Students presents "The Need for African-Centred Education." Further details to be announced.

 

Thursday January 31

CINSSU and Alliance present an advance screening of Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show. 7:30pm; further details to be announced. For more information visit www.cinssu.ca or "Cinema Studies Student Union" on facebook.

 

February 1 - 3

The 1st annual Romanian Film Festival – The film festival intends to uncover the influence of pre-, per-, and post-Communist realities, as well as the influence of modern films and their capacity to depart from a past that is often misunderstood. Films include Cristian Nemescu's Cannes prize-winner California Dreamin' and Lucian Pintile's 1968 Reenactment. For schedule and ticket information visit toroartsgroup.com/events

 

Monday February 4

CINSSU and Warner Bros. present an advance screening of Fool's Gold at 9pm. Passes available from CINSSU; rush line will be admitted after passholders. For more information visit www.cinssu.ca or "Cinema Studies Student Union" on facebook.

 

Tuesday February 5

Finnish Film Night. Further details to be announced.

 

Wednesday February 6

Toronto Police Accountability Coalition event. Further details to be announced.

 

Friday February 8

3pm. A public screening of Derek Jarman's Wittgenstein, with a talk by Prof. Imogen Dickie. Free admission; refreshments will be provided.

7pm. CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film screening of Jules and Jim . Free admission. For more information visit www.cinssu.ca or "Cinema Studies Student Union" on facebook.

 

Friday February 15

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film screening of the original Funny Games. Free admission; 7pm. For more information visit www.cinssu.ca or "Cinema Studies Student Union" on facebook.

 

Wednesday February 20

South Asian Visual Arts Collective (SAVAC) presents a "Monitor 4" film screening. Further details to be announced.

 

Friday February 22

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film triple bill screening of Labyrinth at 7pm, John Carpenter's The Thing at 9pm, and The Warriors at 11pm. Free admission. For more information visit www.cinssu.ca or "Cinema Studies Student Union" on facebook.

 

Sunday February 24

2pm. Toronto Film Society presents a double bill of Intruder in the Dust and The Member of the Wedding . For more film and ticket information visit pages.interlog.com/~tfs/fallwinterfilmlist.htm#sundays

7pm. Innis Town Hall presents the 80th Academy Awards. Free admission.

 

Tuesday February 26

The UofT Bookstore reading series presents an evening of conversation with John Richardson, author of A Life of Picasso: The Triumphant Years, 1917–1932. 7pm start time. Call 416-640-5836 for tickets, $5. For more information visit events.uoftbookstore.com/category/reading-series/

 

Wednesday February 27

The UofT Bookstore reading series presents Gabor Mate. For more information visit events.uoftbookstore.com/category/reading-series

 

Thursday February 28

4pm. The Symons Lecture Series, the Confederation Centre of the Arts’ annual discourse on the state of confederation, presents a special lecture by Dr. Ian E. Wilson, the Librarian and Archivist of Canada, entitled To Know Ourselves. For more information visit www.confederationcentre.com

7pm. UofT's Petro Jacyk Program and Columbia University's Ukrainian Film Club present a free screening of The Unnamed Zone. For more information visit www.utoronto.ca/jacyk/events_2007-2008.htm

 

Friday February 29

CINSSU presents a Free Friday Film double bill screening of Mysterious Skin followed by Heavenly Creatures. Free admission; first film at 7pm. For more information visit www.cinssu.ca or "Cinema Studies Student Union" on facebook.

 

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