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Rainbow Visions

This diverse film festival showcases films featuring characters and stories that fit within the LGBTQ spectrum. This year’s highlighted films include Tom of Finland and God’s Own Country.

Amadeus Live

Watch the Academy Award-winning film, Amadeus, in sync with a live orchestra—including musicians from the Edmonton Symphony—and choir as they perform Mozart’s most celebrated works.

Dreamspeakers Film Festival

Filmmakers, performers, and artists host this six-day celebration of Aboriginal culture, art, and heritage with screenings of some of the finest Aboriginal films, events, and industry workshops.

Thursday Night at the Movies

Attend a free screening of a classic car film, including family favourites The Love Bug and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and cool action films Bullitt and Thunder Road this summer! Visit reynoldsalbertamuseum.com for a complete listing.

The Great Human Odyssey

This riveting documentary about the origins of humanity and the path that we’ve taken will be screened with live narration by filmmaker Dr. Niobe Thompson and live accompaniment from the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. The Saturday matinee will feature a kid-friendly format of this stunning film.

Hans Gmoser Film Presentation

Z00 Canadian Cult Revue

This film series runs once a month at the Bytowne Cinema and Mayfair Theatre and features Canadian cult cinema, musicals, rare silent films, lost classics, and horror flicks from the tax shelter years. Series pass (11 films): $45; single tickets: $10.

Z00 Friday Night at the Movies

This event for film lovers and families showcases cinema offerings from the National Film Board of Canada, chosen by Jack Horwitz, who is the former NFB executive producer. Take a whirlwind trip through Canada’s cinema history with a combination of short and long films each night. Per night: $8; students and seniors: $5; $10 for families. Tickets available at the Chrichton Cultural Community Centre office or Books on Beechwood (35 Beechwood Ave.).