Final night of Movies: Singin’ in the Rain tonight in Dundonald Park!

Join us this evening for the final movie the summer: the 1952 classic “Singin’ in the Rain!

The quintessential Hollywood musical, Singin’ in the Rain masterfully tells the story of three silent film stars’ transition into the world of ‘talkies’. Join Gene Kelly, Donald O’Conner and Debbie Reynolds in a lighthearted portrayal  of Hollywood in the 20s.

CAPSA Canada will be on-hand to promote Recovery Day Ottawa, a September 6th event that celebrates recovery from addiction. DJ Keir Knight will also be there to spin some vintage classics before the show. Music begins @ 7pm, and the film will start @ 9.

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Singin’ in the Rain (1952)

Saturday, August 23th 2014 9pm

Dundonald Park (Somerset W and Lyon)

Admission is Pay-What-You-Can.

Tonight: Singin’ in the Rain (Postponed)

UPDATE: Due to bad weather, SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN has been postponed until Saturday August 23rd.

Join us this evening for a Centretown Movies screening of the 1952 classic “Singin’ in the Rain!

The quintessential Hollywood musical, Singin’ in the Rain masterfully tells the story of three silent film stars’ transition into the world of ‘talkies’. Join Gene Kelly, Donald O’Conner and Debbie Reynolds in a lighthearted portrayal  of Hollywood in the 20s.

Singing in the Rain

Singin’ in the Rain (1952)

Saturday, August 16th 2014 9pm

Dundonald Park (Somerset W and Lyon)

Admission is Pay-What-You-Can.

Treepot7: Summer Shorts in the Park

Treepot Media is proud to return to Dundonald Park for a screening of local independent films this Friday August 15th.

Under the banner of Summer Shorts in the Park and in collaboration with Centretown Movies and the City of Ottawa, the line-up features short films and documentaries by filmmakers:

Rhianna Chinapen, Caro Ibrahim, Eric Baril, Emily Jeffers, Simon Di Lauro, Lévy Marquis, Bonnie Robinson, Jith Paul, and Eric Archambeault.

Bring a picnic chair, blanket or something comfy to sit on, a snack and an umbrella in case there’s a drizzle/light rain.  

For more information, head to treepotmedia.com or facebook/treepotmedia.

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Treepot7: Summer Shorts
Saturday August 15th, 2014 9pm
Dundonald Park (Somerset W and Lyon)
Admission is free

 

This Saturday: Gnomeo & Juliet

Join us Saturday August 9th for a Centretown Movies screening of Gnomeo & Juliet.

Though they be from different sides of the fence, Gnomeo (James McAvoy) & Juliet (Emily Blunt), defy their feuding gardens by beginning a passionate but tragic love affair. It’s a classic tale of star-crossed love, with a clever twist. Disney’s 2011 sleeper hit boasts an all star voice cast and music by Elton John, and promises to provide plenty fun for everyone in your family.

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Gnomeo & Juliet (2011)

Saturday, August 9nd 2014 9pm

Dundonald Park (Somerset W and Lyon)

Admission is Pay-What-You-Can.

Community Partner: Mines Action Canada

Centretown Movies is excited to partner with Mines Action Canada. MAC is an international leader in working to eliminate the serious humanitarian, environmental and development consequences of land mines, cluster bombs and other explosive remnants of war.

They are committed global advocates working to alleviate the impact of these weapons have on rights, dignity and well being of civilian populations. They  engage the public; support domestic and international partners; research and monitor the performance and compliance levels of disarmament and humanitarian laws; and  develop and disseminate resources.

Landmines, cluster bombs and explosive remnants of war still kill 4,000 new, innocent people each year. These victim-activated weapons are a threat to daily living and the plague of wars that are long over.

Learn more about MAC’s goals and how they make change by attending Centretown Movies Outdoor Film Festival screening of:

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Eyes of Thailand (2012)

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Friday, August 8th 2014 9pm

Dundonald Park (Somerset W and Lyon)

Admission is Pay-What-You-Can.

Bettlejuice, Bettlejuice, Bettlejuice!

Spend your Saturday night with Centretown Movies Outdoor Film Festival for a screening of the Tim Burton classic Beetlejuice! (1988)

The deceased run amuck in this ghostly comedy starring Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis and the incomparable Michael Keaton  in one of his most memorable roles.

Cellar Door Film Festival will also be on hand to tell you about their upcoming festival of made-in-Ottawa horror films.

Prepare for a ghoulishly good time!

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Bettlejuice (1988)

Saturday, August 2nd 2014

Dundonald Park (Somerset W and Lyon)

Admission is Pay-What-You-Can.

 

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