The Golden Globe nominations have been announced, and guess what: You can check out some of them right here in Brandon, at the Evans! (Or, lucky you, you might have already seen some of them at the Evans.)
Best Motion Picture
Best Foreign Language Film
Best Supporting Actress
Best Supporting Actor
- Timothée Chalamet, Beautiful Boy
- Richard E. Grant, Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Full list of nominations
If you’ve been watching this site like a hawk, waiting for news of our February–April shows, you may have noticed that a couple of films have been removed from the list—The Leisure Seeker and The Other Side of Hope. Rest assured that we still intend to do everything we can to show these two movies; we’re just waiting on solid dates from our distributors. As soon as we know for sure when they’ll play, they’ll appear here on our website.
See you at the movies!
Due to circumstances beyond our control, we’ve had to remove The Leisure Seeker from our February program. We hope to be able to get it into the schedule at a later date.
We’ll have a new film scheduled soon for the weekend of Feb. 2-4.
Sorry about this, folks! We were looking forward to showing it.
We’ve replaced The Leisure Seeker with Call Me by Your Name.
Coming January 6th at 2 PM: local filmmaker Craig Cesmystruk presents his latest MTS documentary, Powerhouse on the Prairie: Brandon University Bobcats Men’s Basketball, 1986-1989.
Here’s what we have coming up in March and April.
March 24-26 Fences
March 31-April 2 Silence
April 7-9 Maliglutit
April 14-16 Jackie
April 21-23 Window Horses
April 28-30 Hello, Destroyer
Sunday April 2 2:00 PM Please Bring Your Guitar – a documentary about Russ Gurr
Sunday April 9 2:00 PM March To Armagedon – a local documentary about Camp Hughes/WWI (anniversary of Vimy Ridge)
Wednesday April 19 7:30 PM Manufactured Landscapes – free film for National Canadian Film Day
Sunday April 23 2:00 PM Before Brandon – Grand Rapids Of The Assiniboine – A local documentary
Wednesday June 14 Fire Song – a special event for Pride Week
2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the Brandon Film Festival, which is the organization that presents the weekly film programme at the Evans.
Come celebrate 50 years of film with us!
After a great turnout at the Evans Theatre in Brandon, director Graham Street and colleagues Shaun Cameron and Nate Bower were presented with mementos of their hard work by members of the XII Manitoba Dragoons Museum. Left to right are: Nate Bower; volunteer John Ball; Shaun Cameron; Graham Street; Don Berry, President, 26th Field Regiment / XII Manitoba Dragoons Museum; and Glenn Ball, Secretary, Museum Board.
Over $800.00 was raised for the museum through donations by the near-capacity crowd.
On the weekend of April 22nd-24th, we’ll be showing either Born to be Blue or Race. And it’s your call!
Vote for your favourite!
We’ll be taking a break over December, and will return in January with more great movies and documentaries. Keep an eye on this site for details!