Art Movie Night

Art Movie Night 2018

7:30pm | Studio 64 | by donation | light snacks provided | no host bar

Interested in learning more about ideas, influences and trends in visual arts? Relax in the comfortable atmosphere of Studio 64 to watch a movie about art and share in a casual guided discussion afterwards.

Coming up:

Art Movie Night: “West Wind: The Vision of Tom Thomson”
Friday, March 16

“West Wind: The Vision of Tom Thomson”
Friday, March 16

Centre 64 presents its third Friday night ART Movie on March 16 at 7:30 pm, with the 90-minute film “West Wind:  The Vision of Tom Thomson”.  The film combines art appreciation with a murder mystery. The story of this iconic Canadian painter is brought to life with his vibrant and expressive paintings of the northern landscape and concludes with the mystery surrounding his early demise on Canoe Lake.


New this month:  Stay after the movie for coffee and conversation and help pick our movies for next year’s program. Delicious goodies can be purchased for a small donation.

“The Dali Dimension: Decoding the Mind of a Genius”
Friday, February 16

Multiple Award winning film delves into the psyche of the most important Surrealist artist who ever lived, Salvador Dali. Through a series of rare film clips and interviews with the artist, Dali Dimension explores the many inspirations that resulted in Dali’s unforgettable masterpieces. A documentary by Joan Úbeda, Susi Marquès and Eli Pons. Narrated by Joseph Nuzzolo.

  • Includes never-before-seen footage such as Dali feverishly working on a series of drawings, using ink spread and splashed with a large palette knife.
  • Won first prize in the Tele Film Festival in the Czech Republic in 2006, plus at least five other important industry honors.

“Painted Land” In Search of the Group of Seven
Friday, January 19
This 70-minute film recounts the adventures of three modern day sleuths determined to track down the precise locations of paintings created by this iconic group of Canadian artists. Past meets present as the film weaves art history with modern exploration of the rugged wilderness of northern Ontario which inspired the creation of so many well-known paintings.