NOW SHOWING

Fri July 19: 7:00pm | Sat July 20: 7:00pm | Sun July 21: 2:00pm | Mon July 22: 7:00pm | Tues July 23: 7:00pm
 

A QUIET PLACE: DAY ONE

An apocalyptic horror film written and directed by Michael Sarnoski, based on a story he conceived with John Krasinski. It serves as a spin-off prequel and is the third installment in the A Quiet Place film series.

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HAPPENING AT THE ARON THEATRE CO-OP 

INDIGENOUS FILMS

RED FEVER 
Thursday, July 18, 7:00 pm

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Cree filmmaker Neil Diamond travels to the corners of Turtle Island and across the Atlantic to dig into the world’s historical fascination with Indigenous Peoples.

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CLASSIC MOVIE NIGHT

THE SOUND OF MUSIC
Thurday, August 8, 7:00 pm

A tuneful, heartwarming story, it is based on the real life story of the Von Trapp Family singers, one of the world's best-known concert groups in the era immediately preceding World War II. Julie Andrews plays the role of Maria, the tomboyish postulant at an Austrian abbey who becomes a governess in the home of a widowed naval captain with seven children, and brings a new love of life and music into the home. 

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INDIGENOUS FILMS

DANCE ME OUTSIDE
Thursday, August 15, 7:00 pm

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A young girl from the reserve is murdered by Clarence Gaskill (Hugh Dillon); the white man’s sentence is light, leading the community to demand justice or vengeance.

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UPCOMING MOVIES 

A QUIET PLACE: DAY ONE
Friday, July 19 - Tuesday, July 23

INSIDE OUT 2
Friday, July 26 - Tuesday, July 30

FLY ME TO THE MOON
Friday, August 2 - Tuesday, August 6

TWISTERS
Friday, August 9 - Tuesday, August 13

SCHEDULE & TICKETS

TICKET PRICES

Adults
Members: $8
Non-members: $11

Seniors (65 and over)
Members: $6
Non-members: $9

Students (17 and under)
Members: $6
Non-members: $8

TUESDAY SPECIAL
Adult members, all seniors and students: $6
Adult non-members: $8


ART BERTRAND MINI DOCUMENTARY



SMALL TOWN SHORTS

The Small Town Shorts Film Festival will feature short films made by members of the communities of Trent Hills, Marmora & Lake, Stirling, and Madoc! The festival will include jury prizes and audience prizes based on age level categories.

Small Town Shorts Film Fest is designed to encourage collaborative creation, to give members of the community the opportunity to see what they have created on a big screen, and to encourage community members to move away from just consuming content to creating. Lastly, Small Town Shorts Film Fest is a fun local event that showcases how lucky we are to have an independent theatre!


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