Tuesday, 13 March 2007

Brunswick Theatre Listings, March 14-31, 2007

Here are the movie listings for the rest of March that will be held at the Brunswick Theatre, Toronto's newest cinema,located on the second floor of 296 Brunswick Ave.

Tickets are $10 per screening. Visit online at www.brunswicktheatre.ca or call
647-282-3627 tolearn about discounted ticket options.

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March 14:
7pm - The Future of Food
9:30pm - Iraq for Sale

March 15:
7pm - The Root of All Evil?
9:30 - Show us your shorts

March 16:
7pm - Palestine Trilogy, with b.h. Yael
9pm - Rachel Corrie: An American Conscience

March 17:
2pm - Battleground
4:30pm - Thirst
7pm - The Root of All Evil?
9:30pm - Jesus Camp

March 18:
2pm - Big Bucks, Big Pharma
4:30pm - No Logo
7pm - The Root of All Evil?
9:30 - Jesus Camp

March 19:
7pm - Jesus Camp
9:30 - Root of All Evil?

March 20:
7pm - Jesus Camp
9:30 - Root of All Evil?

March 21:
7pm - Root of All Evil?
9:30pm - Big Bucks, Big Pharma

March 22:
7pm - Root of All Evil?
9:30pm - Show us your shorts

March 23:
7pm - Pusher
9:15pm - Pusher II: With Blood on My Hands
11:15pm - Pusher III: I'm the Angel of Death

March 24:
2pm - No Logo
7pm - Pusher
9:15pm - Pusher II: With Blood on My Hands
11:15pm - Pusher III: I'm the Angel of Death

March 25:
2pm - Rachel Corrie: An American Conscience
4:30pm - Battleground
7pm - Thirst
9:30pm - No Logo

March 26:
7pm - Canada's Inconvenient Truth (with speaker: Walt Palmer)
9:30pm - Rachel Corrie: An American Conscience

March 27:
7pm - Homeless Count
9:30pm - Big Bucks, Big Pharma

March 28:
7pm - Homeless Count
9:30pm - Trading Women

March 29:
7pm - Rachel Corrie: An American Conscience
9:30 - Show us your shorts

March 30:
7pm - Fair Trade and Social Justice (with speaker: Stacey Toews)
9:30pm - Manufacturing Terror: 9/11 & the Toronto 17 (with speaker: Michael Keefer)

March 31:
2pm - Rachel Corrie: An American Conscience
4:30pm - Loose Change
7pm - Manufacturing Terror: 9/11 & the Toronto 17 (with speaker: Michael Keefer)
9:30 - Rachel Corrie: An American Conscience

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