The Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema (formerly known as the Bloor Cinema) in the Annex and the Revue Cinema in the west end are playing classic holiday movies this month. Furthermore, some are free with a food bank donation.
Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema’s Free Festive Favourites
Celebrate the season with free holiday classics! Tickets are free (maximum of two per person); please bring a cash gift or non-perishable food item for The Stop.
Friday, December 17, 9:00pm – Home Alone (PG)
Saturday, December 18, 12:30pm – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (PG)
Saturday, December 18, 9:30pm – Die Hard (18A)
Sunday, December 19, 11:00am – A Christmas Story (PG)
Also, you can view the Hot Docs health & safety information here.
Revue Cinema’s Free Holiday Community Screening
Admission is free (two free tickets maximum per person), but please donate a non-perishable food item for the Daily Bread Food Bank.
Friday, December 17, 7:00pm – Elf (PG)
Revue Cinema – More Holiday Movies (Regular Admission Required)
Tuesday, December 14, 7:00pm – Gremlins (PG)
Thursday, December 16, 7:00pm – A Madea Christmas (PG) – Featuring live commentary by comedians Alice Rose & Alan Shane Lewis
CANCELLED SCREENINGS – between December 23 & January 2
Thursday, December 23 – 7:00pm – A Christmas Carol (1938, Not Rated)
Thurs, December 23, 9:30pm – Scrooged (PG)
Friday, December 24, 4:00pm – It’s A Wonderful Life (1946, Not Rated)
Classic Holiday Movies at Independent Cinemas
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