Aguirre, the Wrath of God
Possibly Herzog’s most notorious and best-known film, Klaus Kinski's crazed zeal is unforgettable here, in what Roger Ebert has called “one of the great haunting visions of the cinema.”
Celebrate The Tragically Hip with this full evening of nostalgic goodness, complete with a DJ spinning classic Canadiana, Ontario beer specials, an introduction by the filmmaker and special screening of classic concert doc Bobcaygeon.
Burden of Dreams
Les Blank expertly captures the unfolding of Herzog's legendary five-year production of Fitzcarraldo, loaded with ambition and riddled with misfortune.
Cave of Forgotten Dreams
Having gained unprecedented access despite strict restrictions and technical challenges, Herzog used specially-designed 3D cameras to capture the world's oldest cave paintings—a stunning 32,000 years old.
Concerto – A Beethoven Journey
Director Phil Grabsky, who will be in attendance at our screening, here offers an immersive and enrapturing lesson in Beethoven, the piano and how a seasoned musician takes on the challenges of a great piece of music.
Culture Workers Unwind: August Event
Do you work in the arts, culture and non-profit world and want to hear more from the folks who have made this city a cultural hub? Join us for the third installation of this free discussion and networking event.
Discover Ontario: Land of Destiny
In this soulful portrait of Sarnia, the city's long-suffering petrochemical workers reveal the importance, and meaning, of community.
Encounters at the End of the World
In this Academy Award–nominated doc, Herzog traveled to Antarctica and matched the stunning landscape and unusual living conditions with his usual sly and brilliant voiceover work.
Exhibition on Screen: Girl with a Pearl Earring – and other treasures from the Mauritshuis
Investigate the many unanswered questions associated with Vermeer's legendary and oft-cited painting. Who was this girl? Why and how was it painted? Why is it so revered?