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Bloor Cinema


As the last single-screen venue downtown, the Bloor has history - and a few stains - written all over it. Expect a mix of classics, foreign titles and...

506 Bloor Street W

Canada Square


This 13-screen theatre offers an appealing mix of foreign films and first-run mainstream pictures. As multiplexes go, it is pleasant and spacious.

2190 Yonge Street



This art-house multiplex shows the latest indie and foreign films. The nine theatres are small, but if you want to see the latest Godard this is your best bet.

20 Carlton Street



Owner Reg Hartt claims he was the first to screen the porn classic Deep Throat (admission was free if you showed up naked). His 'theatre' is actually his...

463 Bathurst Street

Cinematheque Ontario


Housed in the Art Gallery of Ontario, this cinematheque offers movie masterpieces, children's classics and foreign rarities.

Advance ticket box office: Manulife Centre



During the 1990s, movie houses got bigger and bigger. This 18-screen emporium, owned by Famous Players, lives up to its name.

3555 Highway 7 W

Cumberland Four Cinemas


This midtown art house screens Euro and indie flicks with the odd Hollywood movie thrown in.

159 Cumberland Street

Fox Theatre


This old rep house has seen better days, but it's a Beaches classic. Expect recent and foreign releases.

2236 Queen Street E

Mount Pleasant Theatre


Old-school, family-run theatre screens current releases that are on their last commercial legs.

675 Mount Pleasant Road



The first new multiplex to open downtown in a decade. It boasts 24 screens, 5,000 seats and a giant video billboard. Scheduled to open in autumn 2007.

Dundas Square

NFB Mediatheque

Critics' choice

Slide into an 'interactive personal viewing station' and choose from more than 3,500 movies by the National Film Board (including classic documentaries and...

150 John Street

Ontario Place

Attractions, Cinemas

This public amusement park was built in the 1970s, when Canadian nationalism (and, some would say, government spending) was at its zenith. The private...

955 Lake Shore Boulevard W
Major venue

Ontario Place Cinesphere


The world's first permanent IMAX theatre is inside a geodesic lake-side dome at Ontario Place. A year-round schedule mixes purpose-made IMAX thrillers with...

Ontario Place

Polson Pier


This waterfront theme park shows double bills of mainstream movies to 500 cars three times a week in summer, on what's billed as the largest drive-in screen...

11 Polson Street

Regent Theatre


This indie theatre screens beyond-first-run releases for a loyal neighbourhood crowd.

551 Mount Pleasant Road
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