Every once in a while, we at The UnderSCENE try to champion a film or two. Something that we love and want others to see and raise awareness for the film. That’s the point of this article.
First, if you haven’t seen the trailer, please do so now.
In a few days, I’ll be posting my review of the film as well as my interview with the director, Darius Marder.
My review can be found here.
My interview can be read here, or just watched here if you prefer.
Starting this Friday (November 20th), you will be able to watch Sound of Metal in some theatres, including one digitally from the comfort of your own home. Below is the full line-up of theatres across Canada in which you can watch it. Or you can wait and watch the film digitally on demand on December 4th. If where you are is safe enough to go to a theatre, I highly recommend watching it in one, but if not, watch it online and turn the volume up and enjoy.
Toronto, ON – TIFF Bell Lightbox Digital Platform (Virtual Cinema)**
**Note that TIFF will be the only Virtual Cinema opening this weekend. All others are in theatres.
Kingston, ON – The Screening Room
Windsor, ON – SilverCity Windsor Cinemas
Windsor, ON – Lakeshore Cinemas
Sudbury, ON – Imagine Cinemas Downtown Movie Lounge
London, ON – Imagine Cinemas Citi Plaza
Edmonton, AB – Metro Cinemas
Calgary, AB – Cineplex Odeon Eau Claire
Vancouver, BC – International Village
Chilliwack, BC – Cottonwood 4 Cinemas
Whistler, BC – Village 8 Cinemas
Nelson, BC – Nelson Civic Theatre
Williams Lake, BC – Paradise Cinemas
Victoria, BC – Capitol 6 Theatres
Kelowna, BC – Landmark Cinemas Grand 10 Kelowna
Saskatoon, SK – Roxy Theatre
Regina, SK – Rainbow Cinema Golden Mile
Halifax, NS – Cineplex Cinemas Park Lane
Bathurst, NB – Apollo Cinemas
Ottawa, ON – Bytowne Cinema
Vancouver, BC – Rio Theatre