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Calgary Cinematheque

Calgary Cinematheque brings people together to foster a critical cinema culture.


VISION
Critical cinema culture thriving in Calgary.

MISSION
Bringing people together to experience significant cinema. 

VALUES
Regardless of shifting priorities and forces, our core values remain strong and intact. Acknowledging the tensions and interplay between these core values, we will: 

  • Curate Purposefully
  • Create and Engage a Filmgoing Community  
  • Be Sustainable and Responsible 

 

We are Calgary’s year-round champion of challenging and under-represented global cinema. Our eclectic programming features selected films that expand Calgary’s movie-going options to include benchmark retrospectives, classic restorations, masterworks, and acclaimed screen rarities. We curate programs constructed around thematic links, historical or current movements, and the work of individual artists. Our programming includes overlooked contemporary world cinema, discussion sessions with guest speakers, and community events. We frequently collaborate with other organizations including the University of Calgary, Calgary Underground Film Festival, containR, and Theatre Junction.

 

As a local hub for cinema as an art form, Calgary Cinematheque has a dedicated member base and 600+ subscribers ranging from passionate cinephiles to the simply curious and adventurous among the filmgoing public. We offer Calgarians the chance to experience significant cinema in its full grandeur: on the big screen surrounded by an audience of film lovers. We build community around the enjoyment of cinema art in a shared theatrical experience.

 

MEMBER SIGNUP: Click HERE

 

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Film is more than the twentieth-century art. It's another part of the twentieth-century mind. It's the world seen from inside. We've come to a certain point in the history of film. If a thing can be filmed, the film is implied in the thing itself. This is where we are. The twentieth century is on film. You have to ask yourself if there's anything about us more important than the fact that we're constantly on film, constantly watching ourselves.

 

- Don Delillo

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