Cities are amazing places.
Urban Film Nights are a chance to hang out with past, present and future neighbours—who share a common affection for cities and urban spaces—to socialize over a film, a beer (or two), and some good conversation. Informal and apolitical, the purpose of these films nights is to better understand the cities that we reside in and the elements that make them unique and dynamic.
Taking place once every calendar quarter, screenings can include documentaries, full length feature films, or a series of shorter films & clips. Most films are typically available for free online or can be rented at reasonable rates. Often, the film in question may be in the private collection of the host. Hosted in private residences across diverse neighbourhoods, Urban Films Nights are free, invite-only events.
Previously Screened Films
Bill Cunningham: New York
Do the Right Thing
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Urban Prototyping Festival
Epcot Film – The Original ‘Epcot’ Project
Union Pearson Express
Toronto Boom Town
Seeing Eye People
The Parking Lot Movie
The Shock of the New – Ep. 4 – Trouble in Utopia
The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces