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See Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict this weekend at The Cable Car
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Avon Cinema Winner of the People's Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival, the family drama Room will be starting this Friday. This harrowing film follows a mother and son as they venture out into the world after being held captive in an old shed for several years. Behind this thrilling concept lies a movie with critically acclaimed performances from its lead actors Brie Larson and Jacob Tremlay.
A popular anime comes to the big screen with the arrival of Boruto: Naruto the Movie at the Avon Cinema. The 11th film in the long-running series follows the children of the main series' protagonists as they undergo strict training to become master ninjas. But as fierce exams draw near for the new heroes, a new inter-dimensional being threatens to end a once-peaceful era.
If you missed the screening at the opening reception of the inaugural Art & Design Film Festival, Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict is coming back to Cable Car for your viewing pleasure. This revealing documentary focuses on the woman behind one of the world's most well-known collection of modern art and her lasting legacy on the tastes and trends of the current art world.
Academy Award prestige is bursting at the seams of Sarah Gavron's historical drama Suffragette. Carey Mulligan fronts a cast featuring Meryl Streep and Helena Bonham Carter to tell the powerful story of the women that took to the streets in order to fight for faulty in early 20th century Britain. This fact-based dramatization couldn't be anymore timely, and it is handled with a precise amount craft and sincerity.
The legendary comic opera The Marriage of Figaro, from composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, plays for one night only this Sunday. With lush production design and delightfully comedic yet emotional direction by David McVicar, The Royal Opera House brings what is considered by many to be "the perfect opera" to the big screen