Looking for something to watch this holiday season? Check out Barbara Popel’s latest picks for the must-see films playing at the Mayfair and ByTowne during the first half of December.
Here’s a list of what’s playing at Ottawa’s independent cinemas for the second half of November.
After a surprisingly warm start to November, we’ve got some cooler temperatures in the forecast for this weekend. The good news is that we’ve also got plenty of events lined up to keep you busy.
The Bytowne and Mayfair have a great lineup for the first half of November, including some excellent picks from the “Noirvember,” Palmes D’Or winners,historical dramas, and a new biopic on rock legend David Bowie.
As we head into peak spooky season, there are plenty of Halloween-themed things happening. But, if that’s not your jam, don’t worry—there’s lots to do without needing a costume.
For their sixth annual film fest, the Ottawa Canadian Film Festival is hosting at the Bytowne Cinema from Nov. 3-5. And with their previous two festivals having been presented online due to the pandemic, they’re more than excited to be back in person again.
Need to start planning your Halloween costume? Want to get out for some great shows? Pick up a new skill? We’ve got you covered for all that and more in this weekend’s roundup.
Where to start? There are so many films programmed for the latter half of this month, including one of the most acclaimed trilogies ever filmed, new releases, and loads of fright films for Spooktober at the ByTowne (the Boo-Towne?) and the Mayfair. Let’s start with the 100-year old vampire classic Nosferatu. This gem of German […]
There are so many great new films and iconic older films showing at the ByTowne and the Mayfair in the first half of October that I hardly know where to start. Last month, I wrote, “September must be biography month.” October is shaping up to rival September with six biographical films.
After spending the last two years going virtual, the Ottawa Korean FIlm Festival is proud to announce the return of in-person screenings, just in time for its fifth anniversary.
September must be biography month. There are two new biopics about cultural icons, a drama about the guy who stole a famous painting from the British Portrait Gallery, and an older biopic about one of history’s most famous queens.
Many-times OIAF attendee Barbara Popel shares her list of the must-see films at this year’s festival, the first one in-person since COVID-19 started.
September is starting out with lots of new releases at the ByTowne and the Mayfair, as well as several film classics.
The ByTowne and the Mayfair have a bunch of dandy new films and a slew of film classics. Film reviewer Barbara Popel was particularly struck by how many superb actors you’ll have a chance to see!
What a selection to choose from! Both the ByTowne and the Mayfair are offering some dandy new films, including two genuinely unique flicks with lots of buzz, and a cornucopia of film classics.