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The Grand Illusion

At 7 pm

During the First World War, two French soldiers are captured and imprisoned in a German POW camp. Several escape attempts follow until they are sent to a seemingly impenetrable fortress which seems impossible to escape from.

Bloor Takeover: The Cybertronic Spree

Journey beyond good, beyond evil, and beyond your wildest imagination as local robots in disguise The Cybertronic Spree take over the cinema!

We kick off the evening with a screening of the 1986 animated feature The Transformers: The Movie. Following the film, Hot Rod, Arcee, Rumble, Unicron, Spike, and a Quintesson take the stage to bust some Deciptichops with the power of rock. Yes, including the classic "The Touch."

Co-presented by Toronto ComiCon.

SAT, MAR 21, 9:00 PM

David & Me

DAVID & ME received its world premiere at the 2014 Hot Docs Festival, where it was named a Top 20 Audience Favourite. This heart-rending film follows the story of the friendship between inmate David McCallum, who was convicted of murder as a teenager, and Ray Klonsky, a tenacious Canadian filmmaker who takes up David's case and presents compelling new evidence aimed at freeing him. See the film’s inspiring new ending and hear David’s powerful story in person at this special event.

Purple Rain

Don't miss Prince's cult classic!

This 80s cult classic features one of the greatest musical performances ever, by a 26-year-old artist who quickly became an international superstar. Ladies and gentlemen…we bring you the one and only Prince!

SAT, MAR 14, 9:30 PM

1971

"Exciting and enlightening." – The Hollywood Reporter

Decades before Wikileaks and Edward Snowden, eight ordinary citizens stole over 1000 classified FBI documents and leaked them to the public in this thrilling story of civil disobedience, privacy and democracy.

Director Johanna Hamilton will participate in a Skype Q&A on March 8, at 6:30 p.m.

MAR 6-11, select dates and times.

Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child

"Profoundly moving" – The New York Times

Centered on a rare interview that director and friend Tamra Davis shot more than 20 years ago, Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child chronicles the meteoric rise and fall of artist Jean-Michel Basquiat. With compassion and insight, Davis details the mysteries that surrounded this charismatic artist of enormous talent. AGO curatorial assistant Magdalyn Asimakis will participate in a Q&A following the screening.

SAT, MAR 7, 12:30 p.m.

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