The Pitch (November 6-12th)

Jason Asbell
November 1, 2021
A way out west there was a fella, fella I want to tell you about, fella by the name of Jason Asbell. I only mention it 'cause some- times there's a man--I won't say a hee-ro, 'cause what's a hee-ro?--but sometimes there's a man. And I'm talkin' about Jason here-- sometimes there's a man who, wal, he's the man for his time'n place, he fits right in there--and that's Jason, the Programming Director of The Civic Theatre. . . sometimes there's a man. Wal, I lost m'train of thought here. But--aw hell, I done innerduced him enough.

Bond Spiel!  Leaving Arakis, we carry on the tournament of big screen favourites with an encore of No Time To Die, playing Friday to Tuesday, Nov 5-9th.

And from there, back to interstellar space with the mind bending music from Sun Ra, Ornette Colemen, Cecil Taylor and the rest of the experimental jazz innovators that brought about Free Jazz.  Fire Music: A History of the Free Jazz Revolution marks the return to doc Weds with this amazing sonic experience executive produced by Thurston Moore.

For our Thursday night movie, Wife of a Spy, set in 1940, on the eve of Japan’s entry into World War II is a Hitchcockian thriller from the acclaimed director of Cure, Pulse and Tokyo Sonata, Kiyoshi Kurosawa. Support arthouse, documentary and international cinema by coming out to one, or both of these, festival favourites. 


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