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Articles tagged with: Mayfair Theatre

February 2011
The Don’t-Miss Documentaries from Ottawa Film Makers

Two of Canada’s top documentaries round out the final evening of the Canadian Cult Revue. And they are both by Ottawa film makers. This is a double feature not to be missed.

January 2011
Canadian Cult Revue: Quebec Noir

The Canadian Cult Revue screens two great examples of Quebec-centric cinema and makes a point about the value of using both Canada’s official languages.

October 2010
Monsters And Reality Mix at Canadian Cult Revue

The Canadian Cult Review pumps up the horror volume with two movies that present intelligent variations on well-established genres: werewolves and slashers.

September 2010
Cult Revue Looks at Desperation and Monsters

The September 22 edition of the Canadian Cult Revue at the Mayfair Theatre begins with Search and Destroy, a post-Vietnam War action movie about a group of veterans being hunted by a former ally. It stars Perry King (Melrose Place), Tisa Farrow (sister of Mia) and cult favourite Don Stroud (The Buddy Holly Story). The film isn’t explicitly Canadian in content but it’s a very Canadian product from a key era in our filmmaking history: the Tax Shelter Years.

August 2010
More Dark and Light Cult Classics

John Paizs’ Crime Wave is a film that inspires great devotion among its fans. In some ways it’s the quintessential Canadian cult film. Shot on 16mm with rented equipment on a shoestring budget, using a (really) small crew on weekends over the course of two years, it debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival in 1985 and had a theatrical release in 1986 in just one city: Winnipeg – the place it was filmed

August 2010
Cody Campanale’s Catharsis in Research

Cody Campanale understands research. Not the academic kind that can prove the value of art and still not convince people to enjoy it. He embraces research because it creates context that makes reality acceptable, and defensible. It‘s drawn him into the psychological corners of stage and film narrative and then protected him when people get confrontational. Because in Campanale’s revelations of human frailty, someone is always going to take offence.

June 2010
Hosers, Posers and The Canadian Wilderness

In honour of Canada Day, the Canadian Cult Revue screenings at the Mayfair Theatre in June are dedicated to what are, on the surface, the most stereotypical themes of pop-culture Canadiana: wilderness adventure and the (largely comedic) power of beer.

February 2010

The short form of any media, if done well, is always the most difficult. You can see it when you sit down to watch short films or read short poems; in quick bursts, it either works or it doesn’t. There’s not much wiggle room for relativism.
At the second-edition screening of the BoxcArt Film Festival last night, 12 films showed how disparate the product can be. Half the entries told their stories well, half didn’t seem to get it. But that was never the real point. This competition was birthed to …