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45 Years

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USA | 2015 | 94 minutes | Andrew Haigh

SIFF Cinema Uptown | Exclusive Presentation
Academy Award Nominee, Best Actress
Screen legends Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay won Best Actress & Best Actor at the Berlin Film Festival for this emotional tour-de-force about a couple preparing for their 45th anniversary who make a discovery that calls into question the life they have built together.

Beauty and the Beast

February 12 - 14, 2016

France | 1946 | 93 minutes | Jean Cocteau

SIFF Cinema Uptown | Valentine Classics
New restoration! Jean Cocteau’s sublime adaptation of Mme. Leprince de Beaumont’s fairy-tale masterpiece—in which the pure love of a beautiful girl melts the heart of a feral but gentle beast—is a landmark of motion picture fantasy, with unforgettably romantic performances by Jean Marais and Josette Day.

Carol

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USA | 2015 | 118 Minutes | Todd Haynes

Now at SIFF Cinema Egyptian  
6 Academy Award Nominations, including Best Actress, Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay, and Cinematography
From director Todd Haynes (Far From Heaven) comes the moving story of two women from very different backgrounds (Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara) who find themselves in an unexpected love affair in 1950s New York. Adapted from Patricia Highsmith’s seminal novel “The Price of Salt.”

Harold and Maude

February 12 - 14, 2016

USA | 1971 | 91 Minutes | Hal Ashby

SIFF Cinema Uptown | Valentine Classics
Celebrate Valentine's Day with a love story that transcends the ages! Hal Ashby's tender outsider classic explores the relationship between the faux-suicidal young man Harold and his unlikely kindred spirit, goofy septuagenarian Maude. With free custom made tragi-romantic candy hearts and a pre-show Cat Stevens sing along.

NT Live: As You Like It

February 25 - 28, 2016

180 minutes (est) | Polly Findlay

SIFF Cinema Uptown | Live Broadcast
SIFF Film Center | Encore Screenings
Shakespeare’s glorious comedy of love and change comes to the National Theatre for the first time in over 30 years, with Rosalie Craig in a spirited performance as the heroine who reinvents herself as a boy. Director Polly Findlay’s richly textured interpretation features stunning set design–which transforms the corporate world into the Forest of Arden–and a unique, atmospheric soundscape.