April 25, 2019 Twenty-one movies. Eleven years. Millions of hearts and minds. Now it is time for the End Game. Marvel and Disney’s Avengers: Endgame opens today at Film.Ca and around the world, and it is arguably one of the largest cinematic events to ever take place. From the moment Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark […]
Join Film.Ca Cinemas as we participate in the one-day, coast-to-coast-to-coast celebration of Canadian cinema! This year we are proud to partner with Oakville Festivals of Film & Art and Sheridan Alum as we present back to back screenings of popular Canadian hockey comedies GOON & GOON 2. On Wednesday April 17, 2019 at 7:00pm, join […]
Film.Ca Cinemas is proud to announce the launch of a new web series: Kidz Review Crew! Hosted by Film.Ca Cinemas CEO, Jeff Knoll, the Kidz Review Crew will review films that are geared towards young people. Our panel of young experts will provide insights and critique movies that are made for kids. Movie Reviews for […]
Film.Ca Cinemas is launching a new web-based movie review show for and by kids. We are looking to cast six children between the ages of 8-13 who will make up our movie review panel. The commitment involves attending screenings of family, and some PG based, movies prior to the actual Friday release of the reviewed […]
On Saturday April 13th join us for a sensory-friendly screening of SHAZAM! 10:00am Doors Open10:30am Movie Start Tickets are only $7 each. Sensory-friendly screenings at Film.Ca are shown in conjunction with Autism Ontario Halton Chapter, providing a movie going experience that can be comfortable for people living with autism and their families and caregivers. Lights […]
The next showing by Halton Green Screens at Film.Ca is on March 28, featuring the film Sea of Life.
Wonder Park is Film.Ca’s next title to be shown in a sensory-friendly environment on March 16, 2019. Sensory-friendly screenings at Film.Ca are shown in conjunction with Autism Ontario Halton Chapter, providing a movie going experience that can be comfortable for people living with autism and their families and caregivers. Lights in the theatre remain illuminated, […]