Mar 29, 21:36
Starts Friday: Hidden Figures Nominated for 3 Academy Awards Hidden Figures synopsis and movie info. The inspirational true story of the first female African-American mathematician, Katherine Johnson...
Mar 29, 21:33
Today is Bring Your own Bowl Wednesday!! 🍿 Come on down with your own bowl to get some FREE popcorn and see one of the fantastic films we are showing today! Kiss FM will be on location Tonight for the 7pm show of 'Lion' to give away some prizes!
Mar 28, 23:50
Tonight is SUPER SAVER TUESDAY!! Come on down and see LEGO Batman (5pm), Lion (7pm), or La La Land (9pm) for just $5.00! All seats all ages, just $5! Don't forget that we accept Canadian Tire Money at our Concession stand on Tuesdays as well!
Mar 27, 20:03
Tonight the Okanagan Screen Arts Society presents: EQUITY 5:15 & 7:45pm It's Monday Night at the arts! Tonight the Okanagan Screen Arts Society will be presenting: EQUITY Monday, March 27, at 5:15pm and 7:45pm. Starring: Anna Gunn, James Purefoy, Sarah Megan Thomas, and Alysia Reiner. EQUITY is the first female-led Wall Street film, also written and Directed by Women. The film follows Naomi Bishop (Anna Gunn), who is a top-notch senior investment banker; she lives for her job and for making money. Despite interoffice sexism and enemies within the industry, Naomi has made a name for herself and is quickly making her way up the corporate ladder. However, during the negotiations of a major client, a trusted colleague betrays her, and Naomi finds her career quickly undermined by scandal of all sorts: a vengeful co-worker, an unwise affair, and even a possible police investigation. All threatening to derail the career she’s worked so hard to build. Critics say that Equity “…is an exciting, smartly sexy, suspenseful crime drama that evokes classic Hollywood film noir," and have praised the film for being humanist rather than overtly feminist, showing the high personal cost of trading conscience for filthy lucre.. Showing Monday March 27th at 5:15 & 7:45pm at the Vernon Towne Cinema. Advance Tickets are on Sale at the Bean Scene and Towne Cinema Box Office.
Mar 24, 16:21
Now Showing March 24 - 30: Daily Family Matinees: Sing - Rated G - 10:00am A Dog's Purpose - Rated PG - 11:50am The LEGO Batman Movie - Rated G - 1:40pm Ballerina - Rated G - 3:30pm Nightly Evening Shows (Except Monday): The LEGO Batman Movie - Rated G - 5:00pm Lion - Rated G - 7:00pm La La Land - Rated PG - 9:00pm
Mar 21, 01:30
Starts Friday: Ballerina Ballerina synopsis and movie info. An orphan girl (Elle Fanning) has big dreams of becoming a ballerina. Her friend Victor (Dane...
Mar 21, 01:30
Starts Friday: The LEGO Batman Movie The LEGO Batman Movie synopsis and movie info. LEGO Batman (Will Arnett) lives a lonely life in his Batcave along with his butler Alfred (Ralph...
Mar 17, 21:35
Now Showing March 17 - 23: Daily Family Matinees: Sing - Rated G - 10:00am A Dog's Purpose - Rated PG - 11:50am Manchester by the Sea - Rated 14A - 1:40pm Nightly Evening Shows (Except Monday): La La Land - Rated PG - 4:00pm Lion - Rated G - 6:15pm La La Land - Rated PG - 8:15pm
Mar 15, 22:02
What do you think? Yay or Nay? Come for a movie...stay to play. Your thoughts on children's play places inside movie theaters? ~ Jason
Mar 13, 22:09
Starts Friday: Lion Starring Dev Patel & Nicole Kidman Lion synopsis and movie info. A five-year-old Indian boy, Saroo, goes with his older brother, Guddu, to beg for money at a train...
Mar 11, 05:50
The Okanagan Screen Arts Society will be presenting A MONSTER CALLS this upcoming Monday evening! This upcoming Monday Night at the arts, the Okanagan Screen Arts Society will be presenting: A MONSTER CALLS Monday, March 13, at 5:15pm and 7:45pm. Starring: Sigourney Weaver, Felicity Jones and Liam Neeson. A Monster calls is a dark, fantasy drama about a boy dealing with his terminally ill mother with the help of a tree-monster (hence the fantasy aspect of the film). The film is based on the popular novel by Patrick Ness, who also wrote the screenplay and tells the story a young boy, who, facing the death of his mother, the discipline of a strict grandmother, the abandonment of an estranged father, and the persecution of a bully, meets a huge, talking tree-monster (voiced by Liam Neeson). Over the course of three nights the tree monster helps him navigate the pains of growing up by telling and listening to a series of stories. Critics say that A Monster Calls “…Deftly balances dark themes and fantastical elements to deliver an engrossing and uncommonly moving entry in the crowded coming-of-age genre," and have praised the films themes, performances, directing and visual effects. Showing Monday March 13th at 5:15 & 7:45pm at the Vernon Towne Cinema. Advance Tickets will be on Sale at the Bean Scene and Towne Cinema Box Office.
Mar 10, 21:30
Now Showing March 10 - 16: Family Matinees - Sat & Sun: Sing - Rated G - 10:45am A Dog's Purpose - Rated PG - 12:35pm La La Land - Rated PG - 2:25pm Nightly Evening Shows (Except Monday): Manchester by the Sea - Rated 14A - 4:40pm La La Land - Rated PG - 7:00pm John Wick: Chapter 2 - Rated 14A - 9:15pm
Mar 04, 00:52
Now Showing March 3 - 9: Family Matinees - Sat & Sun: Sing - Rated G - 11:00am A Dog's Purpose - Rated PG - 12:55pm Jackie - Rated 14A - 2:45pm Nightly Evening Shows (Except Monday): Manchester by the Sea - Rated 14A - 4:40pm La La Land - Rated PG - 7:00pm Moonlight - Rated 14A - 9:15pm
Mar 01, 04:56
Starts Friday: La La Land Winner of 6 Academy Awards including Best Actress and Best Director! La La Land synopsis and movie info. Mia (Emma Stone), an aspiring actress who works in a coffee shop in a busy Hollywood studio lot in...
Mar 01, 04:54
Starts Saturday: A Dog's Purpose A Dog's Purpose synopsis and movie info. A devoted dog (voiced by Josh Gad) goes on a quest to discover his purpose in life over the course...
Mar 01, 04:53
Starts Friday: MOONLIGHT Winner of BEST PICTURE at the Academy Awards Winner of BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR Academy Award Moonlight synopsis and movie info. Set in Miami, Moonlight follows the story of a young boy named Chiron through three phases of his...
Feb 28, 00:48
Feb 28, 00:47
It's Monday Night at the Arts! Tonight the Okanagan Screen Arts Society is presenting: KNIGHT OF CUPS Starring Christian Bale. It's Monday Night at the Arts! Tonight we are presenting: "KNIGHT OF CUPS" Monday February 27th at 5:15 & 7:45pm. Starring Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Natalie Portman, Antonio Banderas, Ben Kingsley Rick (Christian Bale) is a successful screenwriter living a life of excess between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. He struggles to find meaning in his life and uses a revolving door of women as a distraction from his loneliness, disillusionment, and his dysfunctional relationship with his brother (Wes Bentley) and father (Brian Dennehy). The film is divided into eight chapters, plus a prologue, each exploring Rick’s relationship with a different person, mainly women, all of whom alter his life in some significant way. The first, with Della, a free-spirited young girl who feeds into this need for chaos, and the last with Isabel, who finally helps the tortured writer find peace. Showing Tonight, Monday February 27th at 5:15 & 7:45pm at the Vernon Towne Cinema.
Feb 27, 19:58
Last night we were able to raise $1,782.93 to donate to the NOHS - North Okanagan Hospice Society! Thank you so much to all who attended last night and helped make this fundraiser happen! And Thank You to Jason Armstrong from 107.5 KISS FM for hosting the event! Proceeds raised from #Oscars event last night at Vernon Towne Cinema was $1,782.93! Thanks to all who attended! Here is photo (left to right) with Jim Elderton (Towne Cinema), Leslie Harvey (NOHS), Jason Armstrong (KISS FM), Gerry Sellars (Towne Cinema)
Feb 27, 07:50
What a way to end the Awards! I don't think any of us expected that! Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate the Oscars with us tonight! What a blast! Can't wait to do it all again for the 90th Awards next year!
Feb 27, 01:40
Our host for the evening Jason Armstrong! Accepting his Oscar of course ;) And the Oscar for best male host at tonight's show goes to... Jason Armstrong. Sorry Jimmy, better luck next year. #89thoscars #redcarpet