Department of Communication, Popular Culture and Film
Feb. 4 - FORCE MAJEURE (Turist)
(Ruben Östlund, Sweden/France/Norway, 118 min., rated 14A)
When disaster threatens a young family on a ski vacation in the Alps, a father makes a split-second decision that changes everything. View trailer.
Feb. 11 - MY OLD LADY
(Israel Horovitz, UK/France/US, 107 min., rated PG)
A down-and-out writer inherits an apartment in Paris, only to learn that he cannot evict the elderly woman who lives there. Starring Maggie Smith and Kevin Kline. View trailer.
Feb. 18 - ROSEWATER
(Jon Stewart, US, 103 min., rated 14A)
Based on the true story of Maziar Bahari, the Iranian-Canadian journalist detained and tortured in Iran for 118 days in 2009. View trailer.
Feb. 25 - MOMMY
(Xavier Dolan, Canada, 139 min., rated 14A)
A single mother and her troubled son come to terms with each other with the help of a caring neighbour. Winner at Cannes. View trailer.
Mar. 4 - TBA
Mar. 11 - RED ARMY
(Gabe Polsky, US/Russia, 76 min., rating n/a)
This brilliant documentary examines the legendary Red Army hockey team in the context of the Cold War. Starring team captain Slava Fetisov. View trailer.
Mar. 25 - TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT (Deux jours, une nuit)
(Jean-Pierre Dardenne & Luc Dardenne, Belgium/France/Italy, 95 min., rated PG)
A young mother is terminated from her job, but will be reinstated if her coworkers agree to give up their annual bonuses. Starring Marion Cotillard. View trailer.
Apr. 1 - MR. TURNER
(Mike Leigh, UK/France/Germany, 150 min., rated 14A)
The acclaimed biopic of nineteenth-century British painter J. M. W. Turner, starring Timothy Spall, Dorothy Atkinson, and Lesley Manville. View trailer.