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Looking for a great way to spend Friday nights, no charge? Meet us at Innis Town Hall to catch a movie!

All are welcome to attend. Please contact us at on message us on our Twitter or Instagram pages (@cinssu) if you have any concerns or questions.

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Unwind after orientation week and the first few days of classes with CINSSU’s first Free Friday Film of the school year!

At 7pm on September 6th in Innis Town Hall CINSSU will be screening Hunt for the Wilderpeople (Waititi, 2016). This adventure-comedy film follows foster child Ricky (Julian Dennison) as he goes on the run in the bush with his foster father, Hec (Sam Neill), under the threat of being moved to a new foster home.

There will also be a raffle at the event, and this post will be updated with information about prizes!

As always, this event is accessible and open to everyone 🍿🎞📽



🍿 For our second FFF of the year, CINSSU is teaming up with URSSU for a screening of Scott Pilgrim vs the World (Wright, 2010) on Sept. 13th at 7pm in Innis Town Hall! 🍿

This adventure-comedy is based on Bryan Lee O'Malley's series of graphic novels, and follows Toronto-based bass guitarist Scott Pilgrim as he falls in love with Ramona Flowers. However, in order to be with her there is a catch- Scott must defeat Ramona's seven evil exes

🎊BONUS: Scott Pilgrim was filmed in Toronto, so there will also be Toronto-based trivia with prizes 🎊

As always, Free Friday Films are open to everyone (not only Cinema Studies students!) and are accessible events!



On Friday, Sept. 20th we will be screening our third FFF of the year, Dead Poets Society (Weir, 1989) in collaboration with Writing & Rhetoric! This week's Free Friday Film is in memory of Robin Williams.

Based on Nancy H Kleinbaum's novel of the same name, Dead Poets Society stars Robin Williams as Mr Keating, an English teacher at a prestigious, conservative all-boys boarding school. The film sees Mr Keating inspire a number of his students through his non-traditional methods of teaching poetry.

Following the screening, there will be a discussion period facilitated by Professor Sharon English.