P = Pride event
Thursday, June 14
CINEFORUM THURSDAY David Bowie’s Reality Tour (1974) at 6 pm; and The Man Who Fell To Earth (1976, Nicolas Roeg) at 9 pm. $10 donation. 19+. The Cineforum, 463 Bathurst. reghartt.ca/cineforum. CINESPHERE FILMS IMAX screenings of The Trolley, Under The Sea and Aircraft Carrier. Sat & Sun, various times. $8-$9. Ontario Place, 955 Lake Shore W. ontarioplace.com/ cinesphere. P DRAGRACE SEASON 10 Screening party with hosts Allysin Chaynes and Champagna Enemea. Tunes by DJ Lukus. 8 pm (doors 7 pm). No cover. Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen W. 416-531-4635, bit.ly/2swuKOq. MARGUERITE Screening of the 2015 film by Xavier Giannoli. 7:30 pm. Free. Alliance Française, 24 Spadina Rd. 416-922-2014. OSC OMNIMAX IMAX screenings of various films, see website for days & times. $9. Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don Mills. 416696-1000, ontariosciencecentre.ca/Imax. PULSE Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s 2001 techno-horror. 3 pm. Free. Lillian H. Smith Library, 239 College. 416-393-7746.
Friday, June 15
FRIDAY EVENING FILMS Screening documentaries The Neon Struggle (2016) and Yank Tanks (2002). 6 pm. Free. Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge. 416-393-7149. P LGBTQ+ SHORT FILMS FOR YOUTH Four short films from the Inside Out LGBTQ+ Film Festival. 2 pm. Free. Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge. 416-393-7157.
Saturday, June 16
CINEFORUM SATURDAY Jane Jacobs film at 5 pm; Films By Salvador Dali Made With Luis Bunuel & Walt Disney at 7 pm. $10 donation The Cineforum, 463 Bathurst. 416-6036643, reghartt.ca/cineforum. DOCNOW FESTIVAL SCREENINGS Films by Lauren Gillies, Tara Hakim, Sarah Claydon, Conor DeVries and Katrin Kocsis, followed by Q&A w/ artists. 1-5 pm. Free. Ryerson School of Image Arts, 122 Bond. docnow.ca. FRIGHT NIGHT Drunken Cinema screens the 1985 cult classic vampire film on 35mm. Props, themed cocktail, drinking game cards, prizes & more. 9:30 pm. $11-$15. Re- vue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles. facebook.com/ DrunkenCinemaTO.
Sunday, June 17
P ANTHEMS & ICONS: QSO ALBUM RELEASE & SCREENING Queer Songbook Orchestra release their first studio album and premiere their short stop-motion animation, Reach The Sky. 8 pm. $25, adv $20, stu/srs $16. In the Chamber. Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 12 Alexander. buddiesinbadtimes.com/pride. CINEFORUM SUNDAY The Jazz Singer at 5 pm. The Top 12 Cartoons We Can’t See Uncut On TV at 7 pm. T.S. Eliot’s Murder In The Cathedral at 9 pm. $10 donation each. 19+. The Cineforum, 463 Bathurst. 416-603-6643. DOC SOUP /SUNDAYS: THE GOLDEN AGE, BY THE LEGENDS WHO WERE THERE Screening of Rick McKay’s 2004 stage documentary. 11 am. $17. Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, 506 Bloor W. hotdocscinema.ca. FREDDY GOT FINGERED Tom Green’s 2001 comedy. 6 pm. No cover. Louis Cifer Brew Works, 417 Danforth. louisciferbrewworks.com. LIVING IN A GLOBAL VILLAGE Premiere of the documentary by Marcello Ferrara. 2 pm. Free. RSVP. TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King W. 647-2912036, universe.com. LOOP DE LOOP ANIMATION SHORTS SCREENING Emerging artists showcasing their animated shorts. 3 pm. Free. RSVP. #Hashtag Gallery, 830 Dundas W. eventbrite.ie/e/46872085670.
Monday, June 18
CINEFORUM MONDAY Pepi, Luci, Bom (1980, Pedro Almodóvar) at 5 pm. Viva La Muerte (1971, Fernando Arrabal) at 7 pm. El Topo (1970, Alejandro Jodorowsky) at 9 pm. $10 donation each. 19+. The Cineforum, 463 Bathurst. 416-603-6643. WEB SERIES FILM FESTIVAL Wildsound presents new web series from all over the world. 7-9 pm. Free/pwyc. RSVP. Carlton Cinema, 20 Carlton. nowtickets.ca.
Tuesday, June 19
CINEFORUM TUESDAY Gilgamesh at 7 pm. $10. The complete, uncut film of Adolf Hitler’s 1934 Nuremberg rally at 9 pm. $20 donation. 19+. The Cineforum, 463 Bathurst. 416-603-6643, reghartt.ca/cineforum. DOCNOW FILM SCREENINGS Films by Sara Naimpour, Mohamed Dawood, Byron Dueck & Kate Latimer, followed by Q&A w/ artists. 5:30-9 pm. Free. Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, 506 Bloor W. docnow.ca. P IN YOUR POCKET: TIME AFTER TIME RT Collective & Queer Pride present shorts shot on smartphones, w/ work by Phil Villeneuve & Sofonda Cox, Jess Dobkin and others. 8 pm. Pwyc. Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 12 Alexander. buddiesinbadtimes.com/pride.
Wednesday, June 20
CINEFORUM WEDNESDAY Herman Hesse’s Siddartha (1972, Conrad Rooks) at 7 pm; and Steppenwolf (1974, Fred Haines) at 9 pm. $10 donation. 19+. The Cineforum, 463 Bathurst. 416-603-6643. LITTLE WOMEN The 1933 film starring Katharine Hepburn & Joan Bennett. 2 pm. Free. Beaches Library, 2161 Queen E. 416-3937703. OPEN ROOF FESTIVAL: RUSHMORE Screening of the Wes Anderson film and live band tba. 8 pm. $15. Castlepoint Numa, 158 Sterling. openrooffestival.com.
BREAKTHROUGHS FILM FESTIVAL Short films by emerging female directors and Q+As w/ filmmakers. 7:30 pm. $12, twoday pass $20. Royal Cinema, 608 College. breakthroughsfilmfestival.com. Jun 15 to 16 DOCNOW DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL Showcase of evocative works telling stories through 10 films, 10 photography exhibitions and installations and 5 events. All events are free and open to the public. At Ryerson and other venues. docnow.ca. Jun 1 to 30 ITALIAN CONTEMPORARY FILM FESTIVAL Films include The Music Of Silence, Compulsion, The Joke Thief, Love And Bullets and more, plus guest appearances by Antonio Albanese, Claudio Bisio and others. $13, stu $8, passes $60-$450. TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King W. 416-893-3966, icff.ca. Jun 14 to 22 TORONTO JAPANESE FILM FESTIVAL Historical jidaigeki, comedies, anime, action, art house, kids’ films and other genres, plus musical performances, sake tastings, martial arts demos and more. $12, passes $45$90. Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, 6 Garamond. 416-441-2345, torontojff.com. Jun 7 to 27
Rushmore, starring Bill Murray, screens at the Open Roof Festival on June 20.