Join us on National Canadian Film Day (Wednesday, April 17th) for a FREE movie screening of ‘Men with Brooms’. This year we are celebrating 100 years of Canadian film! This film is rated 14A.
• Doors open at 6pm, show starts at 7pm
• All the popcorn you can eat
• Fun games & Canadian movie trivia
• Mocktail bar and movie snacks
About the featured movie:
After the success of the TV series Due South, Paul Gross went on to create this mainstream Canadian comedy hit, with romance, music (The Tragically Hip appear as a rival team) and, of course, curling.
When Chris Cutter (Gross) returns to his small hometown to bury his former curling coach, he is inspired to reunite the old team and try to win the Golden Broom. Nothing has been the same in town since Chris’s departure 10 years earlier — Chris’s old teammates and his own father (Nielsen) are disappointed in life, and the coach’s daughters Amy (Parker) and Julie (Nolden) have become, respectively, a drunk and an astronaut. Despite the odds, the rag-tag group of misfits unites to compete in the championship, with heartwarming and hilarious results.
View the movie trailer here: https://youtu.be/HFt-5-630Zg