Times; Special screenings
Thursday, November 9
BLACK STAR: CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF BLACK EXCELLENCE ON SCREEN Films featuring Lena Horne, Denzel Washington, Queen Latifah, Sidney Poitier, Will Smith & others. to Dec 22, see website for times. $14, stu/ srs $11.50, child $10. TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King W. 416-599-8433, tiff.net/blackstar. CINESPHERE IMAX SCREENINGS Screenings of Dunkirk in IMAX 70mm (Fri-Sat 8 pm, Sun 7 pm) & Beauty And The Beast in IMAX with Laser (Sat-Sun 2:30 pm). To Dec 1. $11$15. Cinesphere at Ontario Place, 955 Lake Shore W. ontarioplace.com/cinesphere. THE GOODS LIVE TAPING Join the studio audience at tapings of this variety show. To Nov 9, Mon, Wed & Thu 10:15 am-1:15 pm and 2:45-5:45 pm (some exceptions). See website for details and to RSVP. Free. CBC Studio 42, 25 John. cbc.ca/life/thegoods. GUILLERMO DEL TORO: INFLUENCES Series programmed by del Toro screens Kaneto Shido’s Onibaba, Michael Mann’s Heat and more. To Dec 13, see website for details. TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King W. tiff.net/gdt. OSC OMNIMAX THEATRE IMAX Dome films: A Beautiful Planet, Under The Sea, Amazon Adventure & Dream Big. See website for days & times. $9-$13. Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don Mills. ontariosciencecentre.ca.
Friday, November 10
CANADIAN LABOUR INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL Canadian and international films focusing on worker rights, labour and social justice issues. 6:30-9 pm. Free. Carlton Cinema, 20 Carlton. labourfilms.ca. KANEHSATAKE: 270 YEARS OF RESISTANCE. Aabiziingwashi (#WideAwake) community film screening. 2 pm. Free. S. Walter Stewart Library, 170 Memorial Park. 416-396-3975. MRS. HENDERSON PRESENTS The 2005 Stephen Frears film. 6 pm. Free. Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge. 416-393-7149. PASSIFLORA Screening the 1985 experimental LGBTQ documentary. 7 pm. Free. Ryerson School of Image Arts, 122 Bond. facebook.com/events/1587237878003312. ROSEMARY’S BABY Roman Polanski’s 1968 thriller. 10 pm. $12, stu $8. Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas W. ago.ca. WEIRD SCIENCE MOVIE DRINKING GAME Drunken Cinema screens the John Hughes’s 1985 cult classic plus props, drinking game cards, prizes. 8 pm. $7. Disgraceland, 965 Bloor W. fb.com/DrunkenCinemaTO.
Sunday, November 12
SHE’S ALL THAT The 1999 comedy starring Freddie Prinze Jr. & Rachael Leigh Cook. 6 pm. No cover. Louis Cifer Brew Works, 417 Danforth. 647-350-5087. TASTE OF ICELAND: SHORTFISH Short films by up-and-coming Icelandic filmmakers, fol- lowed by a Q&A. 1 pm. Free. Royal Cinema, 608 College. bit.ly/toitor17film. TORONTO FILM SOCIETY Joseph M. Newman’s 1953 film Dangerous Crossing, and Josef von Sternberg’s 1952 film Macao. 2-6 pm. $17, stu $12. Carlton Cinema, 20 Carlton. 416-7850335, torontofilmsociety.com.
Monday, November 13
BEST OF FEMALE DIRECTORS SHORT FILM FESTIVAL Showcase. 7 pm. Free. Carlton Cinema, 20 Carlton. wildsound.ca. THE GILDED CAGE Screening the 2013 film by Ruben Alves. Portuguese w/ English subtitles. 2 pm. Free. Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge. 416-393-7157, tpl.ca. SEA OF LIFE Toronto Climate Film Fest screens the doc by Julia Barnes, followed by discussion on the city’s climate action plan. 6:30-9 pm. Free. Friends House, 60 Lowther. tcff.ca. THEATRE BEYOND WALLS WITH PAUL THOMPSON Screening of the new doc & fundraising party. 6:30 pm. $10-$50. Revue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles. theatremuseumcanada.ca.
Tuesday, November 14
GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK Centre for Free Expression screens the 2005 film by George Clooney. 7-10 pm. Free. Ryerson School of Image Arts, 122 Bond. cfe.ryerson.ca/events. JUST ONE DROP CCHM presents a new documentary about homeopathy by Laurel Chiten. 8 pm. $20. Regent Theatre, 551 Mt Pleasant. 416-966-2350.