For true film fanatics
Cineview showcases films from the Toronto International Film Festival every fall and winter. Join us each month at the Mae Wilson Theatre to experience the best of independent and foreign film.
Per movie - $10
Full Pass (five movies) - $30
*See below for where you
can purchase your passes*
Jan. 25 - 7:00
Joy, a traditional housewife in the United States in the 1960s, learns that she is pregnant with a second child but that the pregnancy threatens her life. She comes across the Janes, an underground network of women who take risks to provide abortions to pregnant women.
Triangle of Sadness
Feb. 22 - 7:00
A fashion model celebrity couple join an eventful cruise for the super-rich. In Ruben Östlund's wickedly funny Palme d'Or winner, social hierarchy is turned upside down, revealing the tawdry relationship between power and beauty.
Mar. 8 - 7:00
Sang-hyeon is the owner of a launderette and a volunteer at the nearby church, where his friend Dong-soo works. The two run an illegal business together: Sang-hyeon occasionally steals babies from the church’s baby box with the help of Dong-soo, who deletes the church’s CCTV footage that shows a baby was left there, and they sell them on the adoption black market. But when a young mother, So-young, comes back after having abandoned her baby, she discovers them and decides to go with them on a road-trip to interview the baby’s potential infertile parents. Meanwhile, two detectives, Soo-jin and Detective Lee, are on their trail.
Apr. 12 - 7:00
13-year-olds Léo and Rémi spend the long summer holidays in innocent intimacy, but come the school year, their close friendship is thrown into disarray as their relationship is noticed and commented on by their contemporaries.
"By Faith, Denis" & "Fear and Trembling"
Jun. 7 - 7:00
Cineview is partnering with local filmmaker Jeremy Ratzlaff to showcase two of his breathtaking short films.
"By Faith, Denis" (2022)
Denis is a Knight of Faith (at least in his mind). One night at a Bible study, the topic of sexual morality is broached, resulting in an uncomfortable confrontation.
"Fear and Trembling" (2023)
Kit, a young theatre director working at Glory Hill Community Church, attempts to recreate a dark dramatization of "The Binding of Isaac" while navigating present trauma within her community.
Passes Can Be Purchased At the Following Locations:
Any Cineview Screening
Festival of Words Office*
Post Horizons Bookseller**
* The Mae Wilson Theater have changed their box office as of Jan 2023. They are now open 12pm-5pm Tuesday-Saturday. If you wish to purchase your tickets at our office before 12pm, please call our office number to be let in.
** Post Horizons only accepts cash or cheque