Hugh Grant shows off his moves in Love Actually, which gets a Drunk Feminist Films screening at the Royal, December 2.
Thursday, December 1
Cyrano de Bergerac Screening of the 1990 film starring Gérard Depardieu. 7:30 pm. Free. Alliance Française, 24 Spadina Rd. alliance-francaise.ca.
MDFF presents MA Modern-day retelling of Mother Mary's pilgrimage with star/writer/director Celia Rowlson-Hall in attendance. 8 pm. $10, advance $8. Royal Cinema, 608 College. universe.com/mdff-ma.
My Millennial Life Screening of the film by Maureen Judge. 6:30 pm. Free. Reference Library, 789 Yonge. 416-393-7175.
OSC Omnimax Films Screenings of A Beautiful Planet and America Wild: National Parks Adventure daily, The Human Body Mon-Fri and Voyage Of Time Sat-Sun, see website for times. $9-$13. Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don Mills. ontariosciencecentre.ca.
Safe Neighborhood Rue Morgue's CineMacabre presents Chris Peckover's home invasion thriller, plus short film Do You See What I See? 9:30 pm. $10. Revue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles. rue-morgue.com.
Talking Pictures Screening of short films created by individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). 7 pm. $25 (benefits Geneva Centre for Autism). John Bassett Theatre, 255 Front W. talkpic.ca.
Friday, December 2
Bodyguards: Secret Lives From The Watchtower Documentary by Jaren Hayman about the protectors of world leaders, pop icons and notorious criminals. Post-screening Q&A w/ filmmakers and film subjects. 9 pm. $10. Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, 506 Bloor W. hotdocscinema.ca.
Love Actually Drunk Femimist Films screens the 2003 film starring Hugh Grant, and Emma Thompson, hosted by Jhanelle Dennis, Jess Beaulieu and Bernita Rebeiro. 8:30 pm. $12-$15. Royal Cinema, 608 College. universe.com/dff-holiday.
Saturday, December 3
Budrus Screening of the 2009 documentary by Julia Bacha followed by discussion with Robert Massoud. Part three of In Honour Of Dr Ursula Franklin series on non-violence. 7-9 pm. Free. Noor Cultural Centre, 123 Wynford. noorculturalcentre.ca.
Outsider Art In Japan Screening volumes 7 and 8 of the 10-part doc series. 1-3 pm. Free. Japan Foundation, 2 Bloor E. jftor.org.
Shock, Fear And Belief: The Films & Videos Of Madi Piller Pleasure Dome presents a retrospective of work by the Peruvian artist. 8 pm. $8, stu $5. CineCycle, 129 Spadina. pdome.org.
Monday, December 5
Le Bonheur Screening of the 1965 film by Agnès Varda. 2 pm. Free. 3rd floor. Reference Library, 789 Yonge. tpl.ca.
NOW Free Flicks: Die Hard Free Flicks presented by Stiegl features the Bruce Willis holiday classic. 7 pm. Free. Royal Cinema, 608 College. fb.com/nowmagazine.
Tuesday, December 6
The Illinois Parables / Baba Dana Talks To The Wolves Vertical Features screening series presents the 2016 doc by Deborah Stratman and a short film by Ralitsa Doncheva. Doors 6:30 pm. Free. IMA 307. Ryerson School of Image Arts, 122 Bond. verticalfeaturesto.com.
Wednesday, December 7
Ladies And Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains The MUFF Society T.O. presents the 1982 film by Lou Adler starring Diane Lane and Laura Dern. 9-11 pm. $10. Carlton Cinema, 20 Carlton. muffsociety.com.
Videodrunk Film Festival Festival of outlaw cinema with an eclectic mix of films ranging from experimental and underground to straight indie, horror and alt comedy. Thu-Sat 8 pm. $5. The Social Capital Theatre, 154 Danforth. videodrunk.com/2016-festival. Dec 1 to 3
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