One day you are basking in the sunshine, snow melting merrily off the roof, and the next you're shivering, wondering how much longer 'til spring?!? Sigh...
If you need something to do on one of those days, or if you're just excited to be able to get out of the house again, consider checking out one of these movies:
The Canadian premier of Gurukulam is playing at the Metro, March 29, 2015. To celebrate, the event will also feature live music before the movie, and snacks and dialogue with the filmmakers and Andrew Gow, the director of the University of Alberta's Religious Studies Program afterwards.
The Metro also plays a ton of retro, foreign and independent films. Check them out!
Christian Marclay's "The Clock" is playing at the Art Gallery of Alberta until April 12, 2015.
I saw several hours of "The Clock" when it played in Toronto, and let me tell you, it is not your typical movie experience! The exhibit features couch seating for your viewing comfort, but no snacks are permitted. (It is a gallery after all, and this, my friends, is art!)
I know it seems weird to watch hours and hours of movie clips of clocks, but trust me, this is anything but boring! Actually, I found it to be a riveting meditation on time, and a fun pop-culture puzzle. I can't wait to see it again! Super hard-core viewers, you can catch the last 24-hour screening on April 11.