Free Movie from RedBox This Thursday!

Redbox achieved an entertainment milestone this weekend having rented its two billionth movie and video game. The two billionth disc, Drive, was rented at a McDonald’s restaurant in Philomath, Ore. To thank America for making Redbox its destination for entertainment, Redbox invites everyone to enjoy a free, one-night movie rental on Thursday, March 8, by using...

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Celebrate World Animation Day with the NFB – FREE!

For the last few years, the National Film Board has been celebrating International Animation Day with a series of free screenings, workshops and master classes aimed at celebrating the long running tradition of award winning Canadian animation. This year’s events run between October 28th and November 7th with the roadshow making a pitstops in Toronto (October...

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“Live Evil” Gets Release Date and a Free Screeing in Vegas

For those that missed Toronto After Dark and all the goodness it had to offer, I may have found something for you to take the bite from your pain; maybe not the same thing, but possibly the next best thing. For those of us who love our little indie horror flicks – specifically Vampires – director Jay Woelfel put together this little tale of survival...

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Oscar Nominated Doc The Garden Free Screening [Montreal]

There are always a handful of Oscar categories where I don’t recognize a few, if not most, of the nominated titles and usually the two biggest culprits are the Foreign Language and Documentary categories. Over the past few years, I’ve been making more of an effort to see documentary films throughout the year and the local cineplexes have made it quite easy,...

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Free Screenings of Helvetica

I was a pretty big fan of Gary Hustwit’s Helvetica, a documentary about typography, graphic design and the much used, loved and by some hated, font Helvetica. The film has been on DVD for some time now and is one I highly recommend but let’s say that, for one reason or another, you still haven’t caught up with the film but want to. Here’s your chance. Via their...

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Free Screenings for Slumdog Millionaire

Slowly becoming a new favorite in the third row, Slumdog Millionaire (Andrew’s review, John’s review) is on track to really take the public by storm come late November when it gets its wide release. A fan favorite at Toronto Int’l Film Festival and ended with huge applause even at my tiny screening in Minneapolis. Though I personally like to...

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Celebrate World Animation Day with the NFB – FREE!

The National Film Board has, over the years, gained the reputation of being a powerhouse when it comes to animated shorts. With 70 nominations and 12 Oscar wins, they have proven that when it comes to animation, they are leaders and innovators. It’s only fitting that the NFB is helping Canadians celebrate World Animation Day with free screenings which are...

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Free Movies at Harbourfront Centre [Toronto]

Free movies are always good but when they’re good free movies, it’s all the better. Thanks to faithful reader Grga, I’ve been informed that every Tuesday, beginning July 8 and running through to August 12, the Harbourfront Centre will be screening a series of films, for free on their big outdoor screen. The lineup looks pretty good: July 15...

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FREE SCREENINGS – Street Kings

Fox Searchlight made my winter that much better by screening a number of films I was looking forward to, for free, to fans. I thought this practice would be limited to small, indie type films but it looks like I was incorrect in my assumption. I caught wind today, care of the good folks at TIFF Reviews, that Fox will be screening David Ayer’s upcoming cop...

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