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Maudie:

An Inconvenient Sequel:

 

 

Their Finest:

 

 

 

A Man Called Ove:

 

 

 


 

Current Feature Films

Be sure to take in our monthly Indie Films Fernie movies, held at the Vogue Theatre the first Sunday of each month at 5pm through the fall and winter seasons.

Autumn 2017 IFF Films:

MaudieMaudie
Sunday, September 10th at 5pm

(Canada/Ireland) is an inspirational, based-on-fact tale of a young artist whose talent and determination allowed her to surmount the obstacles in her way. Constrained by the effects of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and sheltered by her overprotective family, Maud is determined to prove her independence. She sets out to make her own way in the world and pursue her passion for art when she answers an ad for a live-in housekeeper for the reclusive Everett Lewis. However, her artistic skills quickly eclipse her domestic duties. With the encouragement of one of Everett's customers, Maud begins selling her cards and paintings and word of her talents spreads far beyond Nova Scotia.

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An Inconvenient SequelAn Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power
Sunday, October 1st at 5pm

(USA) recaps the successes and setbacks in the decade since An Inconvenient Truth brought climate change to light and championed it as a global concern. Al Gore presents new grim facts, but also encouraging examples of successful green energy projects. He continues to train the next generation of eco-leaders with his Climate Leadership initiatives, however, the most powerful sections are the visually startling check-ins he does with scientific researchers regarding our planet's health.

Check out this link for the official movie website.

Their FinestTheir Finest
Sunday, November 5th at 5pm

(UK) is a rousing romantic comedy about boosting morale during a period of national – and personal – crisis. Set in Britain's wartime film industry it tells the tale of Catrin, a "slop" screenwriter charged with bringing a female perspective to war films. Despite her husband's snobbish view of her job, which is paying their rent, Catrin comes into her own while on location in Devon and earns the respect of her peers. Her path to self-renewal is an inspiring example of a talented woman forging her place in the world.

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A Man Called OveA Man Called Ove
Sunday, December 3rd at 5pm

(Sweden, Swedish with English subtitles), the Best Foreign Film Oscar nominated Swedish film is an unabashed, unashamed crowd pleaser that will send audiences home with a smile on their face and a few tears in their eye. Ove is the terror of his suburban neighbourhood, where he used to be chairman of the residents' association until he was voted out, something that he considers a betrayal and still can't forgive. Ultimately, it's a friendship with the new neighbors — practical, pregnant Parvaneh, her young daughters, and her hopelessly unhandy husband Patrik, who never has the correct tools — that gives Ove a new lease on life.

Check out this link for the official movie website.

 

 

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