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FALL 2018 FILM LINEUP

The Third Murder - October 29th

3rd Film of Fall 2018 season

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October 29, 2018

The Third Murder

Directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda
Japan | 124 min. | Rated PG, Japanese w/ English subtitles, Unobstructed View Inc.

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Following its North American premiere at TIFF 2017, The Third Murder captures critics and audiences alike with its intricate details and complicated courtroom drama. From acclaimed Japanese writer and director Hirokazu Kore-eda (After the Storm; Shoplifters), the film focuses less on legal jargon and more on the engrossing stories that unfold during the case.

We witness a murder and hear the guilty confession from Misumi (Kôji Yakusho, Oh Lucy!; Babel). Can it be that simple? The Third Murder evolves into a complex narrative when different stories emerge as defense attorney Shigemori (Masaharu Fukuyama, Like Father, Like Son) and his team investigate. Each story reveals a layer of Misumi’s hidden life — both in his work at an industrial factory and in his relationships with estranged family members and his boss’ wife and daughter. The plan to prove Misumi’s innocence turns into a blame game that involves warping the truth to present a more palatable story in court.

Throughout The Third Murder, the question of whether Misumi murdered his boss becomes all but irrelevant. The film demonstrates a strong consideration for the evaluation of truth and the importance of understanding subjective experiences. Like a modern-day Rashomon, The Third Murder is more than a murder trial. It is a case study on the ethical decisions and moral judgments we face in our daily lives and the weight of controlling whether a person lives or dies.

"Sleek and suspenseful, deceptive and profound, The Third Murder is an artful addition to the canon of modern-day crime drama, one whose core mysteries encompass more than just the case at hand." -  Michael Leader, Sight & Sound Magazine

Principal Cast: Masaharu Fukuyama, Kôji Yakusho, Shinnosuke Mitsushima

Anthropocene  - November 12th

4th Film of Fall 2018 season

November 12, 2018

Anthropocene

Directed by Jennifer Baichwal
Canada| 87 minutes | Rated PG, English, Russian, Mandarin, Cantonese, Italian, German w/English subtitles, Mongrel Media

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In the highly anticipated third instalment of an arresting art exhibition, Anthropocene finds the award-winning Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky teaming up again with acclaimed director Jennifer Baichwal (Long Time Running; Watermark) and producer Nick de Pencier (Watermark; Manufactured Landscapes) to explore humanity’s impact on the natural world. Four years in the making, Anthropocene is not only a film, but also an event that is sure to effectively capture everyone’s attention with its stunning visuals and timely activism.

“Anthropocene” is a term signifying the exact time of human influence on Earth’s geographic landscape. The Anthropocene Working Group (AWG), an international team of scientists, has spent the last 10 years researching this period and its effects on the planet — namely, the dangerous interference with Earth’s natural resources. Burtynsky explores these geographic detonations with the AWG by visiting lithium evaporation ponds in the Atacama Desert, potash mines in Russia, the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, and other places strongly affected by human domination. Using his photography skills, Burtynsky highlights these devastating impacts in stunning, artistic shots. The documentary takes on a surreal feeling, yet it calls attention to the very real threat of Earth’s slow dissolution. The film combines art and science, using the two different fields of expression to shed light on a global problem that is not going away any time soon.

"Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal, and Nicholas de Pencier are Canadian artists who are at the very forefront of their fields. This [film and] exhibition will demonstrate the power of art to engage us aesthetically and intellectually on issues of pressing concern." -  Marc Mayer, Director and CEO, National Gallery of Canada

With: Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal, Nick de Pencier

Colette  - November 26th

Final Film of Fall 2018 season

November 26, 2018

Colette

Directed by Wash Westmoreland
USA/UK/Hungary | 111 minutes | Rated 14A, English, Elevation Pictures

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Based on the life of Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette (Keira Knightley, The Imitation Game; Anna Karenina), the film follows Colette through her marriage to Henry Gauthier-Villars (Dominic West, The Square; Genius), who quickly whisks Colette away from her quiet and humble life in the countryside to live in the bustling and lively Paris.

Henry, better known as “Willy,” is a successful Parisian writer who, while relying on an army of ghostwriters to produce his work, uses his time to engage in other self-indulgent activities — including numerous affairs with other women. He soon enlists his wife as one of his ghostwriters. He initially dismisses her contributions, but soon decides to re-work and publish Colette’s writing under his own name in order to save their family from financial ruin.

Throughout their tumultuous marriage, Colette remains honest, consulting with Willy about her confusion over her newly discovered attraction to other women. While she seeks permission for her explorations, Willy does not offer the same courtesy, consistently betraying Colette’s trust and continuing to exploit her talents in order to publish her wildly successful work as his own. As their marriage begins to deteriorate, Colette finds a place for herself within her writing and begins to explore her creativity through a variety of artistic avenues. Knightley quietly simmers as Colette, a trailblazing figure committed to breaking through stereotypes and conventions.

Rather than shying away from displaying Colette’s desires, director Wash Westmoreland (Still Alice) highlights how her passion for life, art, and human connection paved the way for other women to experience life to the fullest, unafraid of who they really are.

"Colette ranks as one of the great roles for which
Keira Knightley will be remembered."
-  Peter Debruge, Variety

Principal Cast: Keira Knightley, Dominic West, Fiona Shaw