The Bytowne Cinema. Photo by Caroline Fournier.
Caroline says: "Long gone are the days of the single room cinema and going to the Bytowne is like walking back to your grandma's house ... old but yet comforting."
Ottawa Movies: Map of theatres plus local film producers, clubs and organizations
This is the place to find Ottawa movie listings, a directy of theatres, film events and festivals, plus more about the film scene in the Nation's Capital
Featured Events and Entertainment Listings
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- Soul Kisser
Soul Kisser is one of Ottawa's up and coming experimental acts, bringing post rock/shoegazer music to Ottawa's masses, and hopefully beyond, with energy and original songwriting. The result is a medley of effects, rumbling bass/guitar licks, infectious keys and all manner of instrumentation. Soul Kisser songs will capture the imagination and sooth the soul. Featuring Jayson (Bassist/Guitarist/Vocalist) & Adriana (Keyboardist). Otto (Drummer) Roland Juno Di/Line 6 JM4 Looper.
- Brew Donkey Charity Tour Series
A monthly brewery tour supporting local charities - First Sunday of every month, raising find by raising a glass."
- October 18-November 1, 2014: Montreal Artist Presents Exciting New Work in Ottawa
Danièle Lemieux will present a collection of recent paintings in a solo show Food for Thought, at Wallack Galleries, 203 Bank Street, October 18th to November 1. In this exhibition, Lemieux explores the duality concept of sustenance; the feeding of the body and, through art, the feeding of the soul.
- October 23, 2014: 8th Annual Babes4Breasts Concert
A National Benefit Concert fundraising for a variety of Breast Cancer charities. This year's concert will feature Coco Love Alcorn, Scarlett Jane, Jadea Kelly, Laura Cortese, Amanda Rheaume and Ana Miura. At South Minster United Church (15 Alymer Ave), 8:00pm.
- November 6-15, 2014: Phoenix Players present The Dixie Swim Club
Nov. 6-8, 11-15 at 7:30pm; Nov. 8, 9, 15 at 2:30pm
The Gladstone Theatre, 910 Gladstone Avenue
Tickets: Adults $18, Seniors/Students $15. Available online or by phone at 613 233 4523.
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If you find any errors or ommissions, please let us know! For more local movie listings:
We recommend Cinema Clock or Tribute.ca or FindMoviesFast.ca
Ottawa Theatres - Independent
Ottawa Theatres - Chains
- Théâtre IMAX (Museum of Civilization)
- Cineplex Odeon Barrhaven
- Coliseum Ottawa
- CP Theatres (Carleton Place)
- Empire Theatres Kanata (formerly AMC Kanata 24)
- Empire Orleans
- Rainbow Cinema (St. Laurent Shopping Centre)
- SilverCity Gloucester
- South Keys
Gatineau Theatres - Chains
- OttawaStart Blog: Movies
- A.C.T. Ottawa
A.C.T. Ottawa (Acting for Cinema and Television), is a local acting school, that posts a list of auditions happening in the Ottawa area. You might be surprised at the number of productions looking for help: there's usually at least one audition each week in the region. But don't get excited about a Hollywood-sized paycheque most of the parts pay very little or nothing at all.
- Anime in Ottawa
- Canadian Film Institute
- Capital City Squad
Star Wars costume club
- Centretown Movies Outdoor
Do you remember drive-in theatres? This festival is the next best thing — but without the steamy windshields. Hundreds of people bring their lawn chairs and blankets down to Dundonald Park (near Somerset & Kent/Lyon) to see some great films in the great outdoors. Admission is pay-what-you-can.
- Cinemablographer (blog/reviews)
of Ottawa Movie Theatres
The Eastview, The Regent, The Elgin, The Rialto, The Nelson, Capitol Square ... they're all old movie theaters in Ottawa. This site offers listings, photos, scans, and more memorabilia from old (and new) movie theatres in the capital.
- Independant Film Co-operative of Ottawa (IFCO)
- Indie Ottawa Productions
- One More Bullet (a local blog about action movies)
- Ottawa drive-in theatres
- Ottawa Film Society
- Wakefield International Film Festival
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