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463 Bathurst St, Toronto, Ontario, M5T 2S9, Canada
(416) 603-6643 reghartt.ca/cineforum
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Jun 26, 2018
Incredible trip through sublime juggling, acting and interpersonal introspection incinevitro. Thanks Reg for your hospitality. I felt like I was attending the new heights of perception film college. I left laughing, singing and dancing.

Jul 16, 2018
Cineforum is always a one-of-a-kind experience. Whether you go for a film or a talk, your mind will be expanded.

Mar 17, 2017
This is the best cinema in Toronto. Intimate and lovingly curated. Not fancy, maybe a little worn, but done proper. Reg Hartt is a tyrant (he will kick you out if he feels you don't deserve to be there), but he is the most knowledgeable person in the business. This theatre is an institution and a gem of the city.

Jun 21, 2018
One of a kind!

Jan 21, 2017
This is a wonderful spot to catch some very special collections of film. From nosferatu, to the sex and violence cartoon festival. This is a movie house with character. Don't expect cushy seats, but do expect an interesting fun time.

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Whiskey, the golden spirit of the Gaelic lands, embodies more than just a delightful drink. In both Ireland and Scotland, it's a cultural touchstone, holding centuries of history,...

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