Apartment613’s resident film buff Barb Popel rounds up the must-see movies at Ottawa’s independent cinemas for the first half of January.
This week’s Video of the Week sees a classic Christmas carol turned on its head in this bamboo flute and cello rendition.
In this new column, Apartment613’s resident film buffs share their top picks from the ByTowne and Mayfair calendars.
Barb Popel: “There are lots of reasons The French Dispatch is on many Best of 2021 lists. But the best reason is that it’s a lot of fun.”
Film Review: The Big Hit (Un triomphe) is much more than a “feel good” film—until Dec. 21 at The ByTowne
Barb Popel: “I went to see The Big Hit… expecting a “feel good” film… What I saw was so much more.”
My Mom’s Co-op is screening at the ByTowne Cinema on Monday, December 13 at 6:45pm.
The deadline to submit is December 10, 2021, with the final selection to be made by a jury.
The new Gold Bonds video is an eerie sci-fi.
The story of Pinball & Pierogies is roused follows Ottawa’s beloved live music venue, House of TARG, through the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s a well-directed short feature by Sammy J. Lewis, and the attention to detail and compelling narrative make it a great watch.
EUFF is an annual event taking place in November of each year to feature the best of present-day cinema produced in the European Union.
We are picking four lucky cinema lovers to enjoy the EUFF amazing film selection.
Ran out of movies on Netflix? Don’t worry, the Ottawa Canadian Film Festival has you covered. The festival features local films and can be streamed for a small fee. Here, Catherine Horsley highlights her top local picks.
The 2021 European Union Film Festival will release one or two new films every day from Nov. 12 to 28. All films will be available for 48 hours after their scheduled start date.
Marine biologist and Carleton university professor Shane Gero has been garnering much acclaim for his research on sperm whales. Read on about the local researcher whose work informed an award-winning Emmy documentary on whales!
The iconic one-screen repertory movie theatre reopens their doors to patrons on Sept. 8.