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Retrospectives, Programmes & Festivals
Until
Jun 20
Breakthroughs Film Festival
Emerging female directors break through.
 
Jun 25 - 27
 
Toronto Smartphone Film Festival
Shot small, shown big.
 
Jun 27
- Jul 17
Lavazza Drive-In Film Festival @ Ontario Place Drive-In
One-time COVID-afflicted nations fill the Toronto summer evening with the sights and sounds of cinema. Presented by ICFF.
 
Until
Jun 27
Toronto Japanese Film Festival
Genre-spanning Japanese cinema. Postponed from the spring, now taking place online.
 
One-Offs And Short Runs
Jun 18 Pulp Fiction (1994, USA, D: Quentin Tarantino)
Travolta. Jackson. Thurman. Roth. Willis. Rhames. Stoltz. Keitel. Tarantino.
 
@ Ontario Place Drive-In 9:35pm
Jun 20 Rushmore (1998, USA, D: Wes Anderson)
A frustratingly precocious student finds himself in an unexpected love triangle with his teacher and the father of two boys at his school.
 
@ Ontario Place Drive-In 9:35pm
Jun 21 Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986, USA, D: John Hughes)
"Why should he get to do whatever he wants, whenever he wants? Why should everything work out for him? What makes him so goddamn special?" Split school a little early with Matthew Broderick and company.
 
@ Ontario Place Drive-In 9:35pm
Jun 22 The Goonies (1985, USA, D: Richard Donner)
Young adventurers search the caves under their town for pirate treasure.
 
@ Ontario Place Drive-In 9:35pm
Jun 23 Beetlejuice (1988, USA, D: Tim Burton)
Ghosts enlist an anarchic spirit to haunt the new human residents of their home.
 
@ Ontario Place Drive-In 9:35pm
Jun 24 Moana (2016, USA, D: Ron Clements & John Musker)
A Polynesian girl with a deep connection to the water tries to convince demigod Maui to help reverse the curse his actions have caused.
 
@ Ontario Place Drive-In 9:35pm
Jun 25 Summer Of Soul (...Or, When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised) (2021, USA, D: Questlove)
The nearly forgotten 1969 Harlem Cultrual Festival, a Black Woodstock of sorts, delights attendees with performances by the likes of Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight, Sly and the Family Stone and Nina Simone. Proceeds support Hot Docs Cinema's streaming series For Viola.
 
@ Ontario Place Drive-In 9:35pm

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