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Reel Movie Mondays


SEASON 15 is here! Scroll down for the film lineup for Fall 2016.

All tickets are FINAL SALE. No refunds/exchanges. Advance Tickets are $10 Each. AT THE DOOR TICKETS ARE $15 EACH (no discount or member rates available at the door on film nights)

To purchase ticket click here or click “SHOP” at the top or side navigation bar. Add to cart which tickets you would like and then go to “CART” in the top or side navigation bar to complete your purchase. Purchases are processed through PayPal but you do not need a PayPal account to complete the purchase. Alternatively you can buy tickets at the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery.

No Refunds/Exchanges on any tickets or packages

New Restaurant Partner!

We would like to introduce TO THE LOST! Located in downtown Red Deer TO THE LOST is :

IMG_4748“A cocktail lounge evolving with the heart of downtown Red Deer. Allowing patrons a sophisticated taste and comfort rarely found.  Come unwind and experience To The Lost, as these Barmen have the ability to do the extraordinary; combining their own individual passions with elixirs while creating the extraordinary in cocktails.”

LOCATION: 105 4916 50TH Street, Red Deer Alberta

403-986-8080       @TOTHELOSTRD

HOURS : Monday to Sunday 4PM till late

SPECIAL OFFER 15% off at To The Lost

Show your Reel Movie Mondays (RMM) movie ticket at TO THE LOST on film nights before or after the film and receive 15% off your entire bill courtesy of To the Lost!

*Must show valid RMM ticket when placing your order, not valid on any other night and only for the film date specified on the ticket. Discount valid on food and beverages ordered by the ticket holder. 

As you may already be aware our past partner FRATTERS SPEAKEASY VENUE has closed down. We thank them for their partnership these last 2 years. We have found a new fantastic partner in our downtown community that evokes a unique atmosphere that we think our RMM film goers will enjoy.

Thank you TO THE LOST, for such a great offer for our avid movie goers.

Sing Street – October 3, 2016 @ 7pm

Directed by John Carney | Ireland | 105 minutes | English | Drama/Romance | Rated PG, Elevation Pictures

Set in 1980s Dublin, the new film from John Carney (Once, Begin Again) follows 14-year-old Cosmo as he deals with being the new kid in school while trying to ignore mounting discord at home. A fledgling musician, he forms a band, starts writing songs and making DIY videos, and, with a growing confidence and swagger that emulates the best rock heroes of his era, takes a swift turn toward a future full of possibility alongside a lively crew of collaborators.

JOHN CARNEY was born and raised in Dublin, and got his start playing bass in the early lineup of The Frames and directing music videos. He made his feature directorial debut with November Afternoon (96) before going on to direct Cillian Murphy and Stephen Rea in On the Edge (01), and his former Frames bandmate Glen Hansard in the international hit Once (06). His other films include Zonad (09), co-directed with his brother Kieran Carney, and Begin Again (13), which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and starred Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley. Sing Street (15) is his latest film.

Principal Cast: Ferdia Walsh-Peelo, Lucy Boynton, Jack Reynor, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Aidan Gillen, Kelly Thornton, Ben Carolan, Mark McKenna, Percy Chamburuka, Conor Hamilton, Karl Rice, Don Wycherley.


Lo and Behold
Reveries of the Connected World – October 17, 2016 @ 7pm

Directed by Werner Herzog | USA | 98 minutes | English | Documentary| Not Yet Rated, Unobstructed View

Society depends on the Internet for nearly everything but rarely do we step back and recognize its endless intricacies and unsettling omnipotence. Werner Herzog explores – in a playful yet chilling examination – our rapidly interconnecting online lives.

“A quizzical, spry, modestly illuminating consideration of where human beings currently stand vis-a-vis the invention that is changing the world in as-yet unimaginable ways. – Todd McCarthy, Hollywood Reporter.

“These discrete “reveries of the connected world” represent the latest of Herzog’s heady explorations of what it means to be human (and even posthuman), rendered in his characteristically personal, decidedly analog style.” – Justin Chang, Variety.

Principal Cast: Lawrence Krauss, Kevin Mitnick, Elon Musk.


Viva – October 24, 2016 @ 7pm

Directed by Paddy Breathnach | Cuba, Ireland | 100 minutes | Drama | Spanish w/English subtitles | 14A, Unobstructed View

When everything is for sale, what’s the value of love? Jesus does makeup for a troupe of drag performers in Havana, but dreams of being a performer. When he finally gets his chance to be on stage, a stranger emerges from the crowd and punches him in the face. The stranger is his father Angel, a former boxer, who has been absent from his life for 15 years.

As father and son clash over their opposing expectations of each other, Viva becomes a love story as the men struggle to understand one another and become a family again.

“Viva offers few surprises, but it draws us into the sights and sensations of a fascinating city and the excitement of new talent.” – Peter Howell, Toronto Star.

Principal Cast: Héctor Medina, Jorge Perugorría, Luis Alberto García.


Captain Fantastic – November 7, 2016 @ 7pm

Directed by Matt Ross | USA | 118 minutes | English | Drama/Comedy | 14A,eOne

Captain Fantastic is a hilarious and heart-warming comedy/drama about Ben (Viggo Mortensen), a free-thinking father of six raising his kids in the woods of Washington state. When a family emergency forces them to leave their self-created paradise home and embark on a road trip across the country, Ben finds his unconventional ideas about parenting challenged by the real world.

“Captain Fantastic is an engaging character study about compromise, humility, letting go and love of family. It’s one of the best films you’ll see all year.” – Liz Braun, Toronto Sun

“Captain Fantastic leaves viewers with the cheering, deeply affecting image of a dad whose superpowers lie in simply doing the best that he can.” – Ann Hornaday, Washington Post.

Principal Cast: Viggo Mortensen, Frank Langella, George MacKay, Kathryn Hahn.


Our Little Sister – November 21, 2016 @ 7pm

Directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda | Japan | 128 minutes | Drama | Japanese w/English subtitles | G, Mongrel Media

After their estranged father’s death, three twenty-something sisters discover that they have a teenaged step-sibling, in this gentle, deeply affecting family drama from Japanese master Hirokazu Koreeda (Like Father, Like Son).

Adapted from the bestselling serialized manga, Umimachi Diary, the new film from Japanese master Hirokazu Kore-eda is a deeply affecting drama about a fractured, all-female family. After their estranged father’s death, three sisters discover that they have a young stepsister whom they had never known of. Taking the shy young girl into their shared home, the sisters find their long-suppressed memories of their unhappy childhood stirred — and the painful past becomes fully present once more when the mother who had abandoned them suddenly reappears after 15 years.

Principal Cast: Haruka Ayase, Masami Nagasawa, Kaho , Suzu Hirose.