We are thrilled to continue to celebrate our 10th Anniversary as a community cinema. The Revue is an independent, not for profit organization and we are extremely proud to have kept Roncy’s little historical theatre open and thriving.
We are grateful to be able to bring people together and offer a bit of a respite to the often-crazy world we live in. From providing entertainment, to opportunities to escape, learn or share perspectives, we are happy to be a positive place that connects people and communities.
Toronto.com just listed us as one of the “Best Independent Movie Theatres in Toronto – The Revue screens all the latest Hollywood and art house fare and also functions today as a non-profit cultural community organization that raises awareness of social causes.”
This past year we shared some incredible experiences. Hundreds of newcomers to the GTA joined us for the free Newcomers Family Cinema and thousands of students delved into issues with Revue special presentations and documentaries. We helped many groups champion their own causes and raise much needed money.
A highlight was the packed house for Chandler Levack’s Feminist Live Reads presentation of Tina Fey’s Mean Girls Screenplay where in one hysterical evening, $1500 was raised for Trans Lifeline.
We were moved by magical musical performances by The Wintergarten Orchestra, Waed Bouhassoun, King Creosote & Michael Johnston, and the incredible Silent Revue Film accompanists. Women bonded through Bad Moms and Bechdel Tested.
Together we explored the worlds of Polish, Czech, German, Japanese, Silent, Canadian, art and independent films. 2017 was amazing and we are grateful to have shared this with all of you – our valued friends, supporters, members and guests.
We invite you to join us this year as we continue to be More Than A Cinema – providing our community with great films, inspiring stories, conversations and camaraderie.