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Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival at Broadway Theatre at 7:00 pm
Mood Indigo, 7 pm; The Zero Theorem, 9:30 pm. Visit skfilmfest.com. $10/film or $95/week.
Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival at Broadway Theatre at 7:00 pm
Kundo: Age of the Rampant, 7 pm; Why Don?t You Play in Hell?, 9:30 pm. Visit skfilmfest.com. $10/film or $95/week.
Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival at Broadway Theatre at 7:00 pm
The One I Love, 7 pm; Cold in July, 9:30 pm. Visit skfilmfest.com. $10/film or $95/week.
Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival at Broadway Theatre at 7:00 pm
Metalhead, 7 pm; I am a Knife with Legs, 9:30 pm. Visit skfilmfest.com. $10/film or $95/week.
Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival at Broadway Theatre at 7:00 pm
The Babadook, 7 pm; Housebound, 9:30 pm; Lady Terminator, 12 am. Visit skfilmfest.com. $10/film or $95/week.
Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival at Broadway Theatre at 1:15 pm
Patrick Rea short films, 12 pm; 48 Hour Movie Making Challenge, 1:15 pm; Thou Wast Mild and Lovely, 2:30 pm; Zombie Walk, 5 pm; Life After Beth, 7 pm; Found Footage Festival, 9:30 pm; Dead Snow 2: Red Vs. Dead, 12 am. Visit skfilmfest.com. $10/film or $95/week.
Yellow Cake: The Dirt Behind Uranium at 10th St. & Broadway Ave. at 6:30 pm
film screening with discussion to follow. $8-$11.

Venues

Broadway Theatre
715 Broadway Ave.
Saskatoon, SK S7N 1B3
Centre Cinemas
3510 - 8th St. E
Saskatoon, SK S7H 0W6
Galaxy Cinemas
347 2nd Ave. S
Saskatoon, SK S7K 1L1
Rainbow Cinemas
3510 - 8th St. E
Saskatoon, SK S7H 0W6
Roxy Theatre
320 - 20th Street West

Movies

TIFF’s In ToughJorge Ignacio Castillo

Published Thursday September 18, 05:54 pm
A fight with Telluride leads to a bland year at North America’s largest film festival
Well, that was a tad worrisome.It feels like the Toronto International Film Festival isn’t dealing well with competition. Telluride (the Colorado equivalent) is scheduling almost all the same titles as TIFF these days, and stealing its thunder consistently. And it’s working, in spite of

Bye Bye BridgesCraig Silliphant

Published Thursday September 18, 06:05 pm
Saskatoon’s alt-film festival has a new name, but it’s still fantastic
SASKATOON FANTASTIC FILM FESTIVALSept. 22-27Broadway Theatre (and various other locations)I know it’s hard, but this year we’re going to have to stop calling it The Dark Bridges Film Festival. Firing up the projectors on its fifth year, Saskatoon’s alt-film festival has changed its