4525-47a Avenue, Red Deer, AB T4N 6Z6
Purchase your tickets below, and pick up at the box office on the night of the film! Screens at CARNIVAL CINEMAS in Red Deer, AB. Advance ticket purchases are $10 a ticket (Members call or visit us for the $8 rate); At the door tickets are $12. Get your tickets early to guarantee a seat and save on the ticket price!
Reel Movie Mondays Spring 2017 season will begin March 27! We screen independent films at Carnival Cinemas on select Monday nights at 7pm; Visit reelmoviemondays.ca for more details. All film tickets are final sale, no refunds or exchanges. At the door ticket sales on film nights, from 6-7pm in the lobby of Carnival Cinemas, are $12 each (no member/student rate or coupons). Reel Movie Mondays gratefully acknowledges our partnership with Film Circuit, presented by TIFF, and its sponsors and supporters. For more information about Film Circuit and to view a full list of their sponsors and supporters, please visit www.tiff.net/filmcircuit.
Directed by Mia Hansen-Løve, France/Germany | 100 minutes | French, German w/English subtitles, Rated PG, FilmsWeLike
Ascendant French writer-director Mia Hansen-Løve (Eden, Goodbye First Love) directs the great Isabelle Huppert in this delicate and affecting tale about a middle-aged professor, embracing the “radical” notion that women’s lives don’t end after 40.
Directed by Garth Davis, Australia | 118 minutes | English, Rated PG, eOne
Dev Patel, Rooney Mara and Nicole Kidman star in the true story of Saroo Brierley, who was adopted by an Australian couple after being separated from his family in India at the age of five, until 25 years later he sought out his original home using the technology of Google Earth.
Directed by Asghar Farhadi, Iran/France | 125 minutes | Persian w/ English subtitles, Rated PG, Elevation Pictures
WINNER Best Foreign Language Film, Academy Awards
A sudden eruption of violence creates an atmosphere of simmering tension between a husband and wife in this work of slow-burning suspense from Academy Award–winning Iranian master Asghar Farhadi (A Separation, The Past).
With their Tehran apartment block on the brink of collapse, Emad (Shahab Hosseini) and Rana (Taraneh Alidoosti) are obliged to move into a shabby nearby flat. Soon, an unfriendly visitor comes calling and there is an eruption of violence. Before we can get our bearings, Farhadi has us unnerved and locked in an elegantly rendered realm of simmering domestic tension. Following The Salesman’s initial traumatic events, things turn strange and tense between husband and wife. Feeling vengeful and confused, Emad plays detective, while rattled Rana gives him mysteriously mixed signals. Meanwhile, the two are performing as Willy and Linda Loman in an amateur production of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, and their onstage roles begin to resonate with their fractured lives in beguiling ways.
Directed by Nathan Morlando, Canada | 108 minutes | English, Rated 14A, Elevation Pictures
Golden Globe nominated Bill Paxton (Training Day, Big Love, Nightcrawler) and Colm Feore (House of Cards, Thor, The Amazing Spiderman 2) join rising stars Sophie Nélisse (The Book Thief) and Josh Wiggins (Max, Hellion) in the suspense thriller Mean Dreams. Mean Dreams follows courageous local farm boy Jonas (Wiggins) and the new girl next door, Casey (Nélisse), as they embark on a journey that will change their lives forever. As young love blossoms between the two fifteen year olds, Jonas also discovers that Casey’s abusive home life has reached a new level of danger, and Jonas takes the lead in their escape by stealing a bag full of drug money from Casey’s corrupt father – local cop Wayne Caraway (Paxton). With the stolen cash as their only means to a better life, Casey flees with Jonas and together, under relentless pursuit from her father, they learn the hard truth of what it will take in order to survive.
Directed by Ken Loach, UK/France/Belgium | 100 minutes | English, NYR, Mongrel Media
For nearly 50 prolific years, British master Ken Loach (Jimmy’s Hall) has addressed socio- economic issues in Britain and beyond through the working-class heroes who populate his films. His relatable characters, with all their naturalism and sharp edges, leap off the screen as if real people in real, and usually dire, situations.
Loach’s latest feature is indeed one of his finest explorations of social realism. The eponymous Daniel (Dave Johns, Dogtown) is an affable 59-yearold carpenter in Newcastle, England, fighting to collect his Employment and Support Allowance after falling ill. (Government illogic stipulates that his benefits will be taken away unless he looks for work, yet doctor’s orders prevent him from working.) Waiting to sign on at the local Job Centre, Daniel befriends Katie (Hayley Squires), a young single mother who is also being shoved around by the vagaries of the system, having just been relocated with her two kids from a London homeless shelter to an affordable council flat up north. A mutually beneficial alliance, and makeshift extended family, is formed.
Buy your tickets in advance at the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery, with discounts for MAG members. Tickets will also be available at the door of Carnival Cinemas on the screening night by Cash Only for a flat rate of $12 each, based on availability.
Located in downtown Red Deer TO THE LOST is :
“A cocktail lounge evolving with the heart of downtown Red Deer. Allowing patrons a sophisticated taste and comfort rarely found. Come unwind and experience To The Lost, as these Barmen have the ability to do the extraordinary; combining their own individual passions with elixirs while creating the extraordinary in cocktails.”
LOCATION: 105 4916 50TH Street, Red Deer Alberta
403-986-8080 firstname.lastname@example.org @TOTHELOSTRD
HOURS : Monday to Sunday 4PM till late
Show your Reel Movie Mondays (RMM) movie ticket at TO THE LOST on film nights before or after the film and receive 15% off your entire bill courtesy of To the Lost!
*Must show valid RMM ticket when placing your order, not valid on any other night and only for the film date specified on the ticket. Discount valid on food and beverages ordered by the ticket holder.
As you may already be aware our past partner FRATTERS SPEAKEASY VENUE has closed down. We thank them for their partnership these last 2 years. We have found a new fantastic partner in our downtown community that evokes a unique atmosphere that we think our RMM film goers will enjoy.
Thank you TO THE LOST, for such a great offer for our avid movie goers.