Creating Community and Inspiring a Love of Film
The Revue is an important community hub in the Roncesvalles neighborhood. We believe that our cinema is a place where people of all ages, backgrounds, identities and abilities can meet and enjoy our shared space. We strive to reflect the diversity of our community in our programming.
By offering ongoing programs that are carefully curated by our staff and community members, we invite you to enjoy films that touch on topics outside of the Hollywood mainstream.
Supplemented by special guests, panel discussions, themed fare and audience participation, our events are more than simply film screenings; they are a means of expressing and celebrating our community identity.
Mayor John Tory joined us for the Ekran Polish Film Festival , an annual festival showcasing new media arts and films with both a Polish and multicultural focus ...(more ...)
The Wintergarten Orchestra, a Toronto-based 11-piece ensemble, brought the sexy sounds of the ‘20s and ‘30s to The Revue ...(more ...)
With Newcomers Family Cinema, The Revue gives new arrivals a chance to meet their neighbours, connect with one another and enjoy a family film ...(more ...)
Offering movie aficionados a chance to come together and enjoy cinema’s most important night, the Annual Oscar Party celebrates the year’s best movies ...(more ...)
We marked Canada’s annual film day celebrating cinema with a 35mm screening of Last Night. Hosted by Richard Crouse and featuring director Don McKellar ...(more ...)
The Revue’s Earth Day Celebration brought together film, music and conversation with a screening of After The River and a performance by The Metis Fiddler Quartet. The event raised money ...(more ...)
With a pair of eye-opening documentaries and a delicious sampling of Syrian cuisine, the Syrian Film Night fundraiser raised money for the Heintzman Refugee Committee, helping them reach their goal ...(more ...)