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French Cinema Now | Evening with Michel Hazanavicius and Bérénice Bejo | Oct 29

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French Cinema Now | Miss and the Doctors | Oct 30

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Midnight Adrenaline | The Rocky Horror Picture Show | Oct 31

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NT Live: Frankenstein | Oct 31 - Nov 2

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Ghostbusters | Oct 31 - Nov 2

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CitizenFour | Opens Oct 30

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New Restoration | Hiroshima Mon Amour | Opens Oct 31

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Zombie | Nov 1

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Recent Raves | Mood Indigo | Nov 3

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Interstellar in 35mm! | Opens Nov 4

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See it first on 35mm film at SIFF Cinema Egyptian!
One of the most highly anticipated films of the year, the latest epic from Christopher Nolan (Inception) comes to the GIANT screen at the historic Egyptian Theatre in glorious, original 35mm format with Dolby digital sound.

See it first on 35mm film at SIFF Cinema Uptown - tickets now on sale!
One of the most highly anticipated films of the year, the latest epic from Christopher Nolan (Inception) comes to the Uptown in glorious, original 35mm format.

NT Live: Skylight

November 7 - 13, 2014
SIFF Cinema Uptown

3:00

Special Week-Long NT Live Engagement! Returning to the National Theatre after last year’s sell-out hit "The Audience", Academy Award®-nominated director Stephen Daldry presents this new production of the Olivier Award-winning play featuring stars Bill Nighy and star Carey Mulligan.

Earlier this year, this inspiring documentary about the 500-mile Camino trail in Spain was a smash hit at SIFF Cinema. Director Lydia Smith returns for this special encore screening celebration–and now you can take home the film on DVD!

Ousmane Sembene's masterpiece drove home exceptional artistic commentary on the practice of ritual female genital cutting. Setting the world of tradition against modernity, the stakes for both sides are emotionally conveyed all the way to its final striking image. Professor Kristy Leissle will be leading our post-screening discussion in an exploration of not just the tradition of the film, but the plight of women in the African continent today.