Another Cinema Option for Northumberland via
The Toronto International Film Festival's Film Circuit.
Northumberland Film Sundays
We are a group of film lovers dedicated to offering our community a broad range of movies not otherwise available on our local big screens.
We are a not-for-profit group and periodically we will make contributions to Northumberland County charities when a cash surplus permits.
Films have been shown at the Northumberland Mall Theatres in Cobourg, Ontario at 4.00 pm on selected Sundays. For the 2014 Fall season, they will be shown at the Capitol in Port Hope. We also produce a Film Festival on the last weekend in January - location TBD.
The current program is shown below; the Program page shows the current program plus earlier programs.
Update - Location of Screenings
For the 2014 Fall season, Northumberland Film Sundays will be showing movies at the Capitol. Due to conflicts at the Capitol, some films will be shown at 6:00pm. See the movies below for the times for each. Tickets are now on sale at the usual locations.
The location for screenigs after the Fall series will be the Rainbow Cinemas in Northumberland Mall. Films for the Festival have not yet been chosen; Festival dates are given below.
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Sunday January 11, 2015 4:00pm
Rainbow Theatre, Northumberland Mall, Cobourg
About My Old Lady When down-and-out New Yorker Mathias (Kevin Kline) inherits an apartment in Paris from his estranged father, he uses his last penny to travel to France with the intent of selling his new property, then returning home. He runs into a problem when he finds Mathilde, a refined old lady (Maggie Smith), living there with her protective daughter Chloe (Kristine Scott Thomas) and they have no intention of leaving.
To top it off, Mathias learns that the apartment is a "viager" - meaning, the owner of the apartment not only can't sell it, but has to pay a fee until the current occupant passes away. Desperate to rid himself of the apartment and get some cash in his pocket, Mathias resorts to blackmail. Along the way, he finds out a secret about his father - and Mathilde.
Leads: Kevin Kline, Kristin Scott Thomas, Maggie Smith
Directed by: Israel Horovitz
Genre: Drama Language: English
Run Time: 107 min Rating: PG-13
We are pleased to confirm dates for our January movie and our Winter Film Festival. Keep Sunday January 11 at 4:00pm clear for a movie that will be announced at around the beginning of December. The Festival will be January 30, January 31 and February 1st, 2015, All shows will be in the Rainbow Cinemas at the Mall – where the theatres are currently being renovated with new décor and seats.
Sunday November 30, 2014 6:00pm
Capitol Theatre, Port Hope
About Land Ho Aaron Katz and Martha Stephens blend their respective talents amidst the awe-inspiring landscapes of Iceland, where ex-brothers-in-law Colin and Mitch are vacationing in an effort to stave off the blues. Forced retirement and primal doubts are just a few of their worries, but these two old pals find solace in the simple ease of each other's company. Part buddy-comedy and part travelogue, Land Ho! paints a lively picture that somehow crosses between a holiday with a zany uncle and a night out with your best buds.
Run time: 96 min Genre: Adventure/Comedy
Rated: R Language: English
Directors: Aaron Katz, Martha Stephens
Stars: Earl Lynn Nelson, Paul Eenhoorn, Daníel Gylfason