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News: Movie Nights, Elimination, HNIC, IMAX exhibit (Video)

(via CNW) Rideau Hall Movie Nights announced to be hosted by Canada’s Governor General, David Johnston, starting tonight. Bell Media‘s show Amazing Race Canada has already eliminated one team right at the premiere. The Canadian

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Rideau Hall Movie Nights to feature two Canadian films

(via CNW) Rideau Hall Movie Nights has two titles screening on June 29 and 30, Being Canadian and Guibord s’en va-t-en guerre. The films are to be presented for free as decided by Entertainment One, one of

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Animation in the City and on the Road

Halifax (and Dartmouth) becomes an Animated City this summer thanks to the Atlantic Film Festival (AFF) Outdoor Film Experience. Eight animated fan favourites, including Shrek, Frozen, and The Lord of the Rings,  will play on a

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4K to the Fore — But First, Movie Night

(Via PRNewswire) Rideau Hall Movie Nights are back this summer, on June 29th and 30th. Film selections aren’t announced yet, but there’ll be one each in English and French. It’s outdoors, free, and includes popcorn.

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Passion at Rideau Hall, Hyena Road at CIFF, Violent at Oscars?

(Via CNW) We have a little more information on the Rideau Hall Movie Nights coming up later this week, specifically the French-language screening La Passion d’Augustine. Cast members Andrée Lachapelle, Danielle Fichaud and Élizabeth Tremblay-Gagnon

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Paul Haggis’ Crash, Rideau Hall Movie Nights, Aboriginal Filmmaker Fellowship,The Reflektor Tapes

Paul Haggis’ Crash won Best Picture in 2006, but did it deserve to? “I don’t think so,” says Haggis himself, citing other great films that were nominated that year (Good Night and Good Luck, Capote,

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