The Cinematheque to Screen Iconic, Classic Films Over Holidays, Starting Dec. 22

A still image from Wim Wenders’ classic movie, “Paris, Texas”

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Vancouver, BC | Winter is truly here and what better way to keep warm and celebrate the festive season than to wrap your hands round a bag of freshly-made popcorn (with real butter) in the cosy comfort of The Cinematheque?

Beginning December 22, The Cinematheque’s will showcase a special selection of much-loved film classics, all works of affecting beauty, all must-sees on the big screen. The selection includes Charlie Chaplin’s beloved City Lights, Wim Wenders’s art-house hit Paris, Texas, Marcel Camus’s intoxicating Black Orpheus, Akira Kurosawa’s sublime Ikiru (To Live), and Terrence Malick’s ravishing masterwork Days of Heaven.

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Home to one of the largest programs of curated films in North America, The Cinematheque presents over 500 screenings annually including retrospectives of great directors’ works, prestigious touring exhibitions, lectures, special receptions, and much more. Visit SCOUT profile.
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