OTTAWA’S CINEMA FOR INTERNATIONAL AND INDEPENDENT MOVIES

Thank You, Ottawa!

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The ByTowne is now closed.

It's possible that, after the pandemic has been brought under control,
new management will take over the space and offer big-screen wonderfulness again.

The building is being maintained, with all its facilities and equipment intact,
in preparation for that hoped-for day.
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Expo 67 Shorts

FREE SCREENINGS! Part of the Cinema Canada 150 series!

A collection of five shorts, all of which were made for pavillions at Expo 67, the centrepiece of Canada's 1967 centenary. To show off the country and/or provinces, these films used cutting edge split-screen technology and multiple projections in purpose-built auditoria. They're plot-free but dense with images – thousands of things to see per minute.

Expo 67 short filmsHere, the multi-image formats have been digitally remastered to be playable on a standard screen, but there's still a jaw-dropping amount of footage on display. The Ontario film, "A Place To Stand" won an Oscar. This is a unique opportunity to see these groundbreaking specialty films.

The shorts, not necessarily in this order, will be:

Polar Life (20 min.)
Canada Is My Piano (7 min.)
A Place To Stand (17 min.)
We Are Young (20 min.)

and a surprise bonus film!


Canada 150 logoFree screenings! Part of our series
Cinema Canada 150
For more info and a list of other FREE screenings, click here.

Presented by The Lost Dominion Screening Collective and Cinemaexpo67, in collaboration with La Cinémathèque québécoise

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