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Bright Nights in Ottawa
Friday, 27 May 2011
Tonight kicks off the inaugural edition of BRIGHT NIGHTS: The Baltic-Nordic Film Festival! More information? Click here!

A big thank you to the sponsors of the Bright Nights Festival:
Canadian Director Denis Côté in Attendance for Book Launch
Wednesday, 25 May 2011
Starting May 26 and continuing until June 25, the CFI presents a special retrospective of the work of internationally-acclaimed Canadian filmmaker, Denis Côté. The retrospective, entitled Entre Nous: The Cinema of Denis Côté, will present all five of his feature films plus a selection of his short films.

Don't miss the start of this event, Thursday, May 26th: Denis Côté will be in attendance  for the screenings of Curling (2010) and Carcasses (2009).

To coincide with this event, the CFI will officially release its new publication, "Entre Nous: The Cinema of Denis Côté". The book is edited by the CFI's Tom McSorley, and features essays written by Scott Birdwise, Steve Gravestock, Jerrett Zaroski, and Tom himself. It will be sold at the box office of each of the Denis Côté screenings.
Three Free Days!
Thursday, 12 May 2011
The three-day German Language Film Festival starts today! Each films starts promptly at 7pm at 395 Wellngton! Click here for more information...
Mad About the Arts Screening
Monday, 09 May 2011
This Wednesday night, in honour of Mental Health Week, we are working with Mad About the Arts to present We Can Do That (Si poù fare). A charming and hilarious film from Italy, it premiered in Ottawa during last year's European Union Film Festival. The program starts at 7:00pm, and reception and art exhibit will follow the film. Tickets are available at the door at $12 for the general public and $8 for seniors, student and members.

Not enough of a film fix? Later on at 9:15pm, join us for Part II of our Donigan Cumming retrospective. We will also be selling DVD box sets of Donigan's work, as well as Scott Birdwise's book "Splitting the Choir: The Moving Images of Donigan Cumming".

Both screenings take place at the Library and Archives Canada, 395 Wellington in Ottawa.

See you there!
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