PGfor some language.
The stakes are higher than ever for the time-traveling exploits of William "Bill" S. Preston Esq. and Theodore "Ted" Logan. Yet to fulfill their rock and roll destiny, the now middle aged best friends set out on a new adventure when a visitor from the future warns them that only their song can save life as we know it. Along the way, they will be helped by their daughters, a new batch of historical figures, and a few music legends - to seek the song that will set their world right and bring harmony in the universe. BILL & TED FACE THE MUSIC is directed by Dean Parisot (Galaxy Quest), from a screenplay by Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon (Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey) - and produced by Scott Kroopf, Alex Lebovici, and Steve Ponce.
Infidelity threatens a promising new relationship between a young man and woman in Canada.
PGfor sexual content throughout and some crude references, strong language and drug references.
A brokenhearted New York museum curator begins a collection of things connected to break-ups and writes about it on her blog.
Gfor rude humor, some thematic elements, and mild language.
This Memorial Day weekend, SpongeBob SquarePants, his best friend Patrick Star and the rest of the gang from Bikini Bottom hit the big screen in the first-ever all CGI SpongeBob motion picture event. After SpongeBob’s beloved pet snail Gary is snail-napped, he and Patrick embark on an epic adventure to The Lost City of Atlantic City to bring Gary home. As they navigate the delights and dangers on this perilous and hilarious rescue mission, SpongeBob and his pals prove there’s nothing stronger than the power of friendship.
In collaboration with Kootenay Collaboration Network and Mir Centre For Peace. ‘We Are Many’ reveals the story behind the largest global protest in human history. On February 15th 2003, 30 million people protested against the USA and UK’s plans to invade Iraq. Demonstrations spread across 789 cities, in 72 countries, covering every continent. This fearless, thought-provoking documentary details the remarkable story behind the first ever global demonstration. Whilst the protests did not stop the Iraq War, the movement inspired a new generation of activists. The legacy of the demonstrations continued to influence campaigners across the world; including activists in Egypt during the Arab Spring as well as Black Lives Matter campaigners in the United States. ‘We Are Many’ features testimony from organizers, activists, celebrities and politicians who provide a unique insight in to the protest itself and the global context which led to the marches. The star-studded list of contributors includes: Danny Glover, actor Mark Rylance, film director Ken Loach, Prof. Noam Chomsky, musicians Brian Eno and Damon Albarn, writer and Vietnam Veteran Ron Kovic (Author, Born on the 4th of July), Rev. Jesse Jackson and Col. Lawrence Wilkerson (Colin Powell’s former Chief of Staff). The film also features accounts from members of the public – many of whom were inspired to protest for the first time. Director, Amir Amirani, produced ‘We Are Many’ over 11 years, filming across seven countries including: Italy, Spain, Egypt, Sweden, Australia, the UK and the USA. The Kootenay Collaboration Network is a Kootenay-local chapter of The BC Council for International Cooperation. Our mission is to share knowledge & resources, collaborate, and build capacity with organizations working on the UN Sustainable Development Goals, locally and globally. We welcome proposals for projects, partnerships, and mutual support with other organizations who are pursuing social and environmental justice, regionally and around the world. Visit us online at www.kootenaycollaborationnetwork.org. The Mir Centre for Peace at Selkirk College builds cultures of peace through learning and dialogue. Our lecture series, trainings, workshops, films, research, and collaborations with community organizations help advance peace and justice both locally and in our wider world