Follows the first year of business for Alex, Charlie, and Nigel as they try to make their theatre, The Toronto Underground Cinema, a success in the dying world of repertory cinema. The film... See full summary »

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Follows the first year of business for Alex, Charlie, and Nigel as they try to make their theatre, The Toronto Underground Cinema, a success in the dying world of repertory cinema. The film also places the cinema in context to the larger world of rep. Featuring interviews with theatres such as Film Forum in NYC, The Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, and The New Beverly Cinema in L.A., and celebrities such as Kevin Smith, John Waters, Atom Egoyan, and George A. Romero, the world of repertory cinema will come alive as a vibrant and culturally significant medium that needs to be preserved. Written by Anonymous

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18 October 2012 (USA)  »

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Beggar In The Morning
Performed by The Barr Brothers
Written and composed by Andrew Gilmore Barr and Philip Bradford Barr
Published by Secret City Publishing
Licensed courtesy of Secret City Records
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