Toronto In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val Group spring high­lights. Mark your cal­en­dar to­day!

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Satur­day, April 12


Take a fan­tas­ti­cal voy­age to a land of sur­real sweets and ec­cen­tric char­ac­ters with this chil­dren’s clas­sic. This en­chant­ing tale, star­ring Gene Wilder as the slightly sadis­tic Willy Wonka is per­fect for all ages and is an ideal way to your Satur­day af­ter­noon!

Fri­day, April 18


The im­mac­u­late Cary Grant and Irene Dunne as a spar­ring mar­ried cou­ple light up the screen in McCarey’s much adored com­edy, THE AW­FUL TRUTH. Rife with sharp dia­logue and cheeky dou­bleen­ten­dres, THE AW­FUL TRUTH has earned its rep­u­ta­tion as one of the best screw­ball come­dies ever!

Fri­day, April 25

Sprock­ets Open­ing Night Film

A night of fun-filled fam­ily en­ter­tain­ment, Sprock­ets kicks off with a cel­e­bra­tion fol­lowed by the World Pre­miere gala screen­ing of A WRIN­KLE IN TIME, based on the much loved book by Madeleine L’En­gle. A fam­ily night to re­mem­ber!

Fri­day, April 25 & Tues­day, April 29 POWER & TER­ROR: NOAM CHOM­SKY IN OUR TIMES

A timely and thought-pro­vok­ing film, Chom­sky chal­lenges Amer­i­cans to ex­am­ine the in­ci­dents of Septem­ber 11 in the con­text of their own for­eign pol­icy and in­ter­ven­tions in re­cent times, in­clud­ing Viet­nam, the Mid­dle East and Cen­tral Amer­ica. Chom­sky asks au­di­ences to con­sider if one act of vi­o­lence is “right, why is the other wrong?”

Satur­day, April 26


Based on Christo­pher Hitchens cri­tique of Henry Kissinger, this doc­u­men­tary ex­plores Hitchens’ the­sis that Kissinger should be held chiefly re­spon­si­ble on at least four counts of mass mur­der for atroc­i­ties com­mit­ted in the sec­ond half of the twen­ti­eth cen­tury. Ex­plo­sive, riv­et­ing and not to be missed.

Fri­day, May 2 & Satur­day, May 3



Ac­claimed in­ter­na­tional award win­ning direc­tor Ab­bas Kiarostami’s most re­cent film fol­lows a chic Tehran di­vor­cée through ten en­coun­ters and ten con­ver­sa­tions as she drives through­out the city. Kiarostami’s sub­tle con­trol and min­i­mal­ist form are sharply con­trasted by the mine­field of mys­ter­ies that bely each en­counter.

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