Aug
1
Thu
Pavarotti @ Cinecenta
Aug 1 – Aug 3 all-day
Pavarotti @ Cinecenta

Showings on August 1st – 3rd at 7:00 and 9:15 pm.

 

“Pavarotti’s larger-than-life personality shines in almost every scene. The singer’s optimism is contagious, and his schoolboy-like wonder is jubilant. There’s a lot to smile at here.”  –New York Times

Aug
7
Wed
Echo in the Canyon @ Cinecenta
Aug 7 – Aug 8 all-day
Echo in the Canyon @ Cinecenta

Showings on August 7th and 8th at 7:00pm and 9:00pm.

 

“An era explained lovingly and with due reverence in the hashish-scented documentary Echo in the Canyon.” —Globe and Mail

Aug
9
Fri
Tolkien @ Cinecenta
Aug 9 – Aug 10 all-day
Tolkien @ Cinecenta

Showings on August 9th and 10th at 7:00pm and 9:15pm.

 

“A sweet, thoughtful, and often unabashedly romantic biopic of the Lord of the Rings author.” –IGN

Aug
14
Wed
Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind @ Cinecenta
Aug 14 – Aug 15 all-day
Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind @ Cinecenta

Showings on August 14th and 15th at 7:00pm and 9:00pm.

 

“Briskly entertaining and entirely legend-affirming.” —Toronto Star

Aug
16
Fri
Wild Rose @ Cinecenta
Aug 16 – Aug 17 all-day
Wild Rose @ Cinecenta

Showings on August 16th and 17th at 7:00pm and 9:10pm.

 

“In ‘Wild Rose,’ heartbreak can – and does – become something beautiful.” –Washington Post

“May sound like a familiar tune, but you’ve never heard it performed quite like this.”  —RogerEbert.com

Aug
18
Sun
Vita and Virginia @ Cinecenta
Aug 18 – Aug 19 all-day
Vita and Virginia @ Cinecenta

Showings on August 18 at 4:45pm & 7:00pm and on August 19 7:00pm & 9:15pm.

This is a film that becomes less about a clandestine courtship between famous women, and more about Woolf’s relationship with her writing, and with the workings of her own beautiful, restless mind. —Variety
Aug
23
Fri
Midsommar @ Cinecenta
Aug 23 – Aug 24 all-day
Midsommar @ Cinecenta

Showings on August 23rd and 24th at 6:45pm and 9:30pm.

 

“FIVE STARS! Florence Pugh is plunged into a terrifying pagan bacchanal in a magnificent folk-horror tale from ‘Hereditary’ director Ari Aster… a thoroughly enjoyable film, a crescendo of paranoid trippiness.” –The Guardian

“A visceral, unique, utterly f***ed-up experience that demands to be seen on the big screen, ‘Midsommar’ is the horror movie to beat in 2019.”  —Empire