CineView Saskatchewan is pleased to present Midnight’s Children, directed by Deepa Mehta, in collaboration with novelist Salman Rushdie, who adapted his own novel for this film.
For this film only we are having a special Bring a Friend promotion. If you have a friend who has not been to a CineView movie before, you can bring him or her as your guest free of charge with your paid ticket or season pass (one guest per ticket purchased). We are hoping this will make more people aware of CineView and the quality films it brings to Moose Jaw.
We look forward to seeing you (and a friend) on January 23!
The other movies for the Winter-Spring season are as follows:
February 20 – Hyde Park on Hudson
March 20 – Beasts of the Southern Wild
April 10 – The Angels’ Share (subject to confirmation)
Individual movie tickets will be available in the theatre lobby for $10, starting at 7:00 p.m. (film starts at 7:30p.m.) on January 23. Season passes for all four films in the season will also be available for $25 (a savings of $15 over four films!). If you want to avoid waiting in line, advance season passes are available at the Festival of Words office (upstairs at the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre) and at Post Horizon Booksellers, 57 High St. W.
January 18 at 7 p.m. in the Mae Wilson Theatre at the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre, Cheyne Kohl and Mualla double concert and CD release. Ursa Maja and other special guests will be joining them as well as Saskatchewan Spoken Word artists Khodi Dill, Isaac Bond, Bryan Chin, Ahmad Majid, Matt Horning.Tickets are $15 at the Cultural Centre box office only.
January 17 through to March 21, local writer Andre Harden will be running a creative writing/story design class as part of the South Hill Community Association course offerings.It will take place at River View Collegiate Institute, Thursdays from 6:30 - 8:30.
This course is suitable for adults and high school students. The cost is $30.
There is more information, including a description of the classes and content, at http://andreharden.com/workshops/