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Sonic Regimes


July 6
Monday, 7:00 pm
(USA 2014, 91 min.) 14A
Free admission

Featuring performances by Ian Campbell and Ernie Dulanowsky, Ashton Francis and David LaRiviere, and Jaye Kovach.

Presented in conjunction with Dunlop’s Central Gallery exhibition Rhubarb, rhubarb, peas and carrots, opening at Central Gallery on July 17, Holophon curates an evening of sound art performances with projection elements, by Regina and Saskatooon-based visual and sound artists. Co-presented in partnership with Holophon Audio Arts. For details, visit

Face Of An Angel

face of an angel

July 2-5
Thursday/Saturday, 7-9 pm
Friday/Sunday, 9-11 pm
(UK/ITALY/SPAIN 2014, 101 min.) 14A

Thomas Lang (Daniel Bruhl) is a film director who is offered the chance to adapt a book by American journalist Simone Ford (Kate Beckinsale), which recounts the controversial trail of American student Jessica Fuller for the murder of her flatmate Elizabeth Pryce. A drama inspired by the killing of British student Meredith Kercher in Italy, Face of an Angel looks beyond the salacious headlines to explore both media’s and the public’s obsession with violent stories, fictional or real.

An Eye For Beauty [Regne De La Beaute]

an eye

July 2-5
Thursday/Saturday, 9-11 pm
Friday/Sunday, 7-9 pm
(CANADA 2014, 102 min.) 18A
(In French with English subtitles)

Luc, a talented young architect, lives a peaceful life with his wife Stephanie in the stunning area of Charlevoix. Beautiful house, pretty wife, dinner with friends, golf, tennis, hunting- perfect life. One day he is accepted as a member of an architectural jury in Toronto. There he meets Lindsay, a mysterious woman who turns his life upside down.

Fairytale: A True Story


July 8
Wednesday, 7:00 pm
(1997, 99 min.) PG

Fairy Tale-A True Story, is the story of two young children who captured magic on a summer day and soon discovered that they had started a chain of events neither they nor some of the great minds of their time could stop. Young cousins, Frances Grifiths (Elizabeth Earl) and Elsie Wright (Florence Hoath), borrowed a camera from Elsie’s father, Arthur (Paul McGann), and went down to the stream that ran at the bottom of their garden. The photographs they brought back sparked a controversy that is still alive some 80 years later, for the pictures were believed by some to e the first scientific evidence of the existence of fairies.