MONDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES
The Best of Canadian and International Film
Galaxy Theatres, Orangeville, Ontario
Showtimes: 4:30 p.m., 7:00 p.m., 9:20 p.m.
Single tickets $8.00 (CASH Only) -- Subscriptions also available

Tickets available at BookLore and Galaxy Cinemas
2010 - 2011
Film Schedule
Get Low
September 27, 2010
Special Presentation
Headwaters Arts Festival Event
Exit Through the Gift Shop
October 4, 2010
Mao’s Last Dancer
October 25, 2010
Force of Nature:
The David Suzuki Movie

November 8, 2010
Nowhere Boy
January 10, 2011
Never Let Me Go
January 24, 2011
Inside Job  
February 7, 2011
Made in Dagenham
February 28, 2011
Another Year
March 28, 2011
Flip, Flop and Fly
April 4, 2011
Special Presentation
Blues and Jazz Fundraiser
Incendies
April 11, 2011
Barneys Version
April 18, 2011
My Afternoons With Marguerite
(La tête en friche)

May 9, 2011
 

Headwaters Arts




 

Mao’s Last Dancer

October 25, 2010

(Australia)
Rated PG
117 minutes
English, Mandarin with English subtitles

Runner-up for the People’s Choice Award at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival®, and brought to the screen by acclaimed director Bruce Beresford (Driving Miss Daisy, Black Robe), Mao’s Last Dancer tells the inspiring true story of Li Cunxin. Adapted from his best-selling autobiography, the film follows Li on his grueling journey from an impoverished peasant family to one of the leading lights of Mao’s Cultural Revolution and his subsequent and dramatic defection to the United States.

 
Mao’s Last Dancer

Tickets available at BookLore

BookLore Orangeville

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Film Circuit gratefully acknowledges the following supporters for their commitment to celebrating excellence in film: Bell, Telefilm Canada, Ontario Media Development Corporation, Ontario Arts Council, and Cineplex Entertainment. Special thanks to: The Audio-Visual Preservation Trust of Canada, The Department of Canadian Heritage, The McLean Foundation and the Walter & Duncan Gordon Foundation.