DAILY FILM DOSE: A Daily Film Appreciation and Review Blog: Announcement: Canadian Cinema in Revue

Wednesday, 27 May 2009

Announcement: Canadian Cinema in Revue


I’m pleased to announced an exciting new venture from Daily Film Dose and Canadian Film Dose – CANADIAN CINEMA IN REVUE – a screening series devoted to putting some cool Canadian films where they deserve to be – back on the big screen.

Starting Monday, June 8, the Revue Cinema theatre at 400 Roncesvalles Ave in Toronto. launches Canadian Cinema in Revue, a program showcasing innovative and entertaining features, related short films and the people who made them.

Curated by yours truly, the series begins with Cube, part sci-fi horror film, part creative art film, directed by Vincenzo Natali.

Made for under $500,000 through the Canadian Film Centre's Feature Film Project, Cube is an impressive achievement that has allowed Natali to move on to bigger-budget genre films, including the Hollywood production of Cypher, and the upcoming genetics-themed thriller Splice with Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley.

Natali’s short film Elevated, in which he honed many of Cube’s themes, will also be screened.

In Los Angeles during June, Natali will link up electronically with the Revue, while co-writer Andre Bijelic will attend the screening for a Q&A.

Future Canadian Cinema in Revue screenings, scheduled for once a month, will include the awesome zombie film Fido, coupled with The Big Charade; Michael Dowse’s It’s All Gone Pete Tong, paired with If I See Randy Again… and the thriller Six Figures screened with Still Life; and many others.

The program is presented with the support of The First Weekend Club, the Toronto After Dark Film Festival and Daily Film Dose.com.

Tickets for the screening will be $8 for members of the Revue and sponsoring groups; $10 non-members.





4 comments :

barberoux said...

BTW I can't see your posts using Firefox. The background is dark gray and so is the text. If I highlight the text then I can read it. I doubt that this is the way you wish your work to be presented. Seems to be fine in IE.

Alan Bacchus said...

hmmm. I will look into this. Thanks for letting me know.

Michael said...

Great news, Alan. We are in good hands.

Anonymous said...

I am glad to hear Canada is finally getting that film made. I knew they had at least one in them.

Go Canada!

-Ibod Catooga