5 pm: Tapas 6:30 pm: Film screening
Based on the novel by Canadian author Richard Wagamese, this powerful film tells the story of Saul Indian Horse, from his survival of an Indigenous residential school to his rise as a sports star during a time of endemic racism. A talented hockey player, Saul struggles to find his way and forge his future as he battles stereotypes and alcoholism.
In English with French subtitles.
5 pm: Enjoy a drink and a treat in the Water Court Foyer before the film. Gourmet Cuisine is offering cash bar service, and a tapas menu.
Mini hamburgers with pulled beef on a pretzel bun
Poached pear stuffed with arugula salad, goat cheese, pecans and duck confit
Beet tartar, salsify chips, seasonal sprout
Served with a glass of wine and mini dessert
6:30 pm: Film screening in the Auditorium, followed by an onstage conversation with Jay Odjick, Anishinabe artist, writer, television producer and storyteller from Kitigan Zibi. Discussion in English. French simultaneous interpretation is available, if a request is made to firstname.lastname@example.org before June 13, 2019.
Same-day online purchase not available. If you wish to buy same-day tickets, please call 1-888-541-8888 or 613-998-8888, or purchase your tickets at the door.
|Film + Tapas Upgrade||$40||$37|
|Circuit Package (6 films) |
|$78 (save $2/ticket)||$60|
|Circuit Package (6 films) + Tapas Upgrade |
Take advantage of a Tapas Upgrade. Available with any film, it includes superior reserved seating, one drink, two chef-inspired tapas, and a sweet treat.
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