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
Pending a new operator for the Mall Cinema, 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 will be on sale at the usual locations August 29th.
Locations for screenigs after the fall series have not yet been determined. Films for the Festival have not yet been chosen; Festival dates have also not been confirmed.
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Sunday September 28, 2014 - 4pm - Capitol Theatre
About Magic in the Moonlight. The film follows an Englishman (Colin Firth) brought in to help unmask a possible swindle by a fortune teller (Emma Stone). Personal and professional complications ensue in the story that unfold in the south of France in the 1920s against a backdrop of wealthy mansions, the Côte d'Azur, jazz joints and fashionable spots for the wealthy of the Jazz Age.
Director: Woody Allen Writer: Woody Allen
Stars: Emma Stone, Colin Firth, Marcia Gay Harden, Hamish Linklater, Jacki Weaver
Genre: Comedy | Drama | Romance
Run time: 120m TBC
Sunday October 19, 6:00pm Capitol Theatre
About The Trip to Italy. Rob has been commissioned by a newspaper to go on a driving tour of Italy from Liguria to Capri, partly following in the footsteps of the great Romantic poets.
He asks his old friend Steve to go with him. As they journey through the beautiful Italian countryside they talk about life, relationships and their careers whilst stopping at wonderful restaurants and hotels along the way.
Language: English Genre: Comedy
Rated: PG (TBC) Run Time: 115 min
Director: Michael Winterbottom
Stars: Rob Brydon, Marta Barrio, Steve Coogan, Rosie Fellner, Marta Barrio
Sunday, November 2 6:00pm - Capitol Theatre
About IDA Stark and minimalist, the film relates the story of a young woman, Anna (Agata Trzebuchowska), on the verge of taking her final vows as a nun in the place she has lived most of her life as an orphan.
But when she meets her long absent Aunt Wanda (Agata Kulesza), a secret about her identity comes to light. Together the pair takes to the road as Anna, who learns her real name is Ida, seeks closure on a shielded chapter of her childhood.
Runtime: 82 min Genre: Drama
Rating: PG Language: Polish
Director: Pawel Pawlikowski
Leads: Agata Kulesza, Agata Trzebuchowska, Dawid Ogrodnik
Sunday, November 30 6:00pm - Capitol Theatre
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.
Rated: 14A TBC Language: English
Directors: Aaron Katz, Martha Stephens
Stars: Earl Lynn Nelson, Paul Eenhoorn, Daníel Gylfason
A special summer screening.
Monday, July 14 at 7:30.
Filmmaker Jonathan Hayes will attend the screening and talk about film art and his Cobourg connections. A complimentary beer tasting will be a part of the film screening event.
About Algonquin. JAKE, an unhappy school teacher, has his life upended when his shifty, rogue of a father, LEIF – an absentee parent and a man who best days as a travel writer are well past him – insists that Jake help him with his next project, a book about Algonquin Park. ALGONQUIN is a story about family secrets, second chances, and discovering the bonds that connect us through our families having nothing to do with luck. You are your family.
Leads: Mark Rendall, Nicholas Campbell, Sheila McCarthy, Michael Levinson, Victoria Sanchez, Boyd Banks
Director: Jonathan Hayes (will be at screening)
Run Time: 101 min Rating: PG
Dates for the NFS Fall Season have been set. Keep your calendars clear for the following Sundays at 4:00pm
- September 28 - Magic in the Moonlight ....1920`s French Riviera... Comedy
- October 19 - The Trip to Italy. ....2 men, 6 meals .. road trip... Comedy
- November 02 - Ida ....1960`s Poland ... fabulous! ...drama
- November 30 - Land Ho ...2 ex-bothers in law seek their youth in an Iceland road trip ...Comedy
- January 11 - a 'hot pick' from the September TIFF
Details of this program have now been announced. Tickets will go on sale August 22, 2014.