The 997-seat Bloor Cinema has been in operation ever since and became a second-run cinema. The Bloor Cinema was repeatedly selected as the best repertoire cinema in Toronto by Eye Weekly The theatre was independent. The Bloor Cinema was repeatedly selected as the best repertoire cinema in Toronto by Eye Weekly The theatre was independent. In the heart of the Annex at Bathurst and Bloor sits one of the world’s only documentary cinemas, the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema. The Bloor Cinema was reopened after renovation in 1999, and celebrated the 100th anniversary of its building in 2005.The mockumentary series Pure Pwnage have also shown their episode premieres at the Bloor Cinema. The Bloor Cinema was reopened after renovation in 1999, and celebrated the 100th anniversary of its building in 2005.The mockumentary series Pure Pwnage have also shown their episode premieres at the Bloor Cinema. Seeing a documentary at the Bloor Cinema is a definite must-do during your time in Toronto. Thank you to Entertainment One Films Canada for generously providing Big Life with the opportunity to screen "20 Feet From Stardom" and to The Bloor Hot Docs Cinema for generously providing us with the use of The Bloor Cinema for our fundraiser. Have you heard a rumor that an event at Bloor Cinema is sold-out? When buying tickets for an event at Bloor Cinema always use Vividseats.com. It's been over a year since Toronto's historic Bloor Cinema was renovated and revamped as a year round cinema for Hot Docs - North America's largest documentary film festival. The Bloor Hot Docs Cinema (formally known as "The Bloor Cinema") is an independent theatre in The Annex district of downtown Toronto, Canada, located at 506 Bloor Street West, near its intersection with Bathurst Street and the TTC's Bathurst station. The Bloor Hot Docs Cinema (formally known as "The Bloor Cinema") is an independent theatre in The Annex district of downtown Toronto , Canada , located at 506 Bloor Street West, near its intersection with Bathurst Street and the TTC 's Bathurst station. The film, which took more than three years to make, opens Friday in Toronto at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema. The Japan Foundation presents four free screenings of recent Japanese films at the Bloor Cinema. The Bloor Cinema box office will also sell any remaining tickets 1 hour before the screening. Only at Toronto's biggest and best rep theatre Bloor Cinema -506 Bloor St. W. (just east of Bathurst St. - Bathurst Subway Station) At Vividseats.com we have a large selection of tickets to all events at Bloor Cinema and we sell them at a discount! NXNE Film will last from the 13th to the 16th , during which 30 movies of various genres will be screened at Bloor Hot Docs Cinema NXNE Art will also be screening creative projections and installations around the city, but if you want a more traditional movie experience, Bloor Cinema is the place you’ll want to be. Justin Decloux’s new short Maximum Bondage premieres Jan 20 at the Bloor Cinema. 19 at 7pm at Toronto’s Bloor Cinema as part of the 4th annual Toronto After Dark Film Festival. In March 2012 it was renamed Bloor Hot Docs Cinema after a $3 million renovation It is now a premiere cinema for the Hot Docs International Film Festival, and also shows regular first-run and repertory programming. The Bloor was the perfect venue. The Bloor Cinema is a Toronto landmark, an 800-seat grand venue for film festivals and reparatory programming. Making its Canadian premiere at The Bloor cinema in Toronto this Thursday, Birdemic may be a new contender for best-worst movie of the year. Wed Jan 28 at the Bloor Cinema take in a double bill of The Living Daylights and Goldeneye PLUS ! For the committed documentary-viewer, the Bloor Cinema has one-year student memberships available for just $28. Special thanks to Equity Showcase Theatre, The Creative Arts, Bloor Cinema and Paupers Pub, for their support of this event. Apparently, I'm wrong, and a whole theater of Canadians are going to get to see it for themselves.Rue Morgue is presenting a screening of Birdemic this Thursday at the Bloor Cinema. Shaun of the Dead , Hot Fuzz , and the uncut trailer for Don’t play Sat Feb 28 at the Bloor Cinema in Toronto. Hot Docs' Bloor Cinema has seen Canadian docs "The World Before Her" and "Coast Modern" prove quite profitable. Following its successful Kevin Smith Fest, the Bloor Cinema is proud to announce that filmmaker Edgar Wright (director/co-writer, Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) will be presenting a selection of his favourite movies at the Bloor every week from March 1 through April 12th. Time will tell if the Bloor continues its tradition of repertory screenings in between the multitude of documentaries that will be the mainstay of the rebranded cinema. For a large part of recent history, The Bloor Cinema was a second-run theatre, meaning, it shows movies that have already been in theatres, usually before they are released on video and DVD. In addition to providing tickets to Bloor Cinema events, we also information such as seating charts, venue information, maps, and directions. View the upcoming schedule of Bloor Cinema and click on "Find Your Seats" and you will find the tickets you want to fit almost any budget. For a large part of recent history, The Bloor Cinema was a second-run theatre, meaning, it shows movies that have already been in theatres, usually before they are released on video and DVD. This year’s route took the zombies on a winding trek through downtown Toronto, from Trinity Bellwoods Park all the way up to the Bloor Cinema. Word has come down from Toronto's Bloor Cinema that this new print of "Kuroneko" will be heading to our city for an exclusive run between February 11 to 17th. While the Bloor Cinema was under renovations last year, Toronto Underground replaced it’s title as the reigning horror-screening theater by hosting last years Toronto After Dark film festival. If you live in Toronto and are a fan of genre cinema (as I assume you are reading this blog), then you’ve probably been to the Toronto Underground Cinema once or twice. The walk ended here at the Bloor Cinema where the undead are now watching a collection of zombie-themed films supplied by their friends at the "After Dark" Film Festival". Naomi Klein’s visit to the Bloor Cinema on Monday night in support of her latest book “The Shock Doctrine” couldn’t have been more timely or pertinent. Single tickets for THE GENIUS OF MARIAN are $15 and can be purchased in advance online at www.hotdocs.ca or in person at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema box office. With the film hitting BluRay and DVD on November 9th, Wright is putting together a special night at the Bloor Cinema to say thank you to the city that hosted him throughout the film's creation. T his edition showcases a particularly special cinema. The Japan Foundation’s annual free film festival at the Bloor Cinema gives Canadians the opportunity to see critically-acclaimed, contemporary Japanese films that have not received a wide release in North America. ROSA officially selected at TORONTO AFTER DARK Film Festival ROSA will be screened at the Bloor Cinema as part of the program "SHORTS AFTER DARK" on Saturday October 22, 1.30pm. And as for Agnew and Woodside, well they are former employees of the Bloor Cinema where they also put their creative juices to work, creating a trilogy of short films entitled The Popcorn Trilogy. Here’s the complete schedule (minus one Kung Fu movie, TBA) of The Wright Stuff series running in March at the Bloor Cinema in Toronto, curated of course by Edgar Wright. In the midst of a brilliantly busy Saturday in Toronto, including the annual Zombie Walk and the Grand Opening of the iconic comic book store The Silver Snail in its new Yonge Street location, I settled into the balcony of the Bloor Cinema to watch the shorts program of this outstanding festival. With the holiday season fast approaching, the fine folks at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema have decided that with all the holiday themed options around the city they would offer up some cinematic counter programming. Curator and host Dion Conflict will also showcase some lost music videos, surprise celebrities, world premier short films by local directors, and trailers of other obscure grindhouse offerings from his archive (one of Canada's most eclectic private archives).SHOCK AND AWE tickets can be purchased at the Fox Cinema box office and also at Suspect Video (605 Markham St., near Bathurst and Bloor) and Eyesore Cinema (801 Queen St. West above Rotate This). Relive the grindhouse experience with an all night (and Day) screening briging you back to the cinema experience of those "other theatres".For ONE NIGHT ONLY, the Fox Cinema brings you back to the days of exploitation, shock, shlock and fun! Bloor Hot Docs Cinema’s full monthly schedule can be found here. The Bloor is Toronto’s larges t cine ma. The Fringe is Toronto’s largest theatre festival. This year your options are even broader as the Toronto International Film Festival is teaming up with Toronto Food Trucks to bring the food to you A rotating selection of food trucks will be located outside of The Bloor Hot Docs Cinema September 7th to 16th from 7PM to midnight. RUE MORGUE is one of the leading genre magazines in the world, and hosts a series of offshoot events, including Rue Morgue Presents CineMacabre (a monthly screening of new, rare, classic and cult horror films in Toronto’s legendary Bloor Cinema), Rue Morgue House of Horror Double Bills (weekly films at the magazine’s own movie theatre) and its ever popular Halloween Bash in late October. Alex Woodside and Nigel Agnew, two of the three fellows running the new rep palace, were managers at the Bloor with me. We collaborated on three short films there the spring of 2006, titled ' The Popcorn Trilogy '. Alex was the producer and Nigel starred as a cinema manager named Nigel (eerie.) Or the TUC for short) is a new rep cinema that's opening up in May in the Chinatown/Queen Street area of Toronto (186 Spadina Avenue). Agnew starred and Woodside produced).And yet, at their heart, these are just three guys who seem to be in love with the cinema and all it's shapes and forms. Every Friday night from July 6 to Sept 3, screaming fans shall receive a rush of adrenaline on the Big Screen at the Bloor Cinema as the gang from Fight 'n' Fright Festival unleashes two high-octane screenings each evening, presenting Asian Martial Arts & Action to Classic Horror & Terror such as John Carpenter's The Thing and Sam Raimi's Evil Dead. Shadows of Liberty (2012) advertised on the marquee of the ByTowne Cinema in Ottawa, where it screened several times in March 2013 (photo courtesy of Jean-Philippe Tremblay) The entire crew of Toronto After Dark, from Adam, the programmers, the Bloor Cinema, the volunteers, and the sponsors, to the audience each and every night, who came in to each film ready to surrender to it and love it for what it was. Numbers is a fantastic slice of Asian cinema featuring a world where some people have the ability to see numbers over people’s heads. On select Sundays between March 1st and April 15th, Edgar Wright will select 11 of his favorite films to play at the Bloor Cinema, along with a special marathon screening of his critically acclaimed television series SPACED. Sarah Polley's Canadian doc "Stories We Tell," for example, opened in Canada last fall (after having its international premiere at The Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, oddly enough). We were so thrilled to be able to open 'The Manor' at The Bloor and the response has been incredible," Hot Docs Executive Director Chris McDonald told Indiewire. The Bloor will also be showing a double bill of Wright’s own films on Saturday, February 28th, and a marathon of his TV series Spaced (originally broadcast from 1999-2001 on the UK’s Channel 4).