Movies at The Station Theatre
The Smiths Falls Station Theatre is a great place to see movies as they were meant to be seen – on a BIG screen (ours is 14 feet wide), with BIG sound (our theatre speakers are big and distortion-free). Seeing a comedy with lots of other people makes it that much funnier (ever heard that laughter is contagious?). Seeing a gripping drama with a crowd gives it that much more impact. Seeing action on a BIG screen makes it that much more thrilling. Come out and enjoy a movie at The Station Theatre.
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See FREE Movies
New Start Time for ALL EVENING MOVIES – 7:00 pm
Adults $10 – Students (with ID) $5
Cash Only – General Admission
Coming Sept 21 & 22
In September, 1983, Tami Oldham Ashcraft and her fiance, Richard Sharp, were hired to take a 44-foot yacht on a 4,000-mile journey from Tahiti to San Diego. About halfway through their cross-Pacific journey, they ran into Hurricane Raymond, a tropical storm which had been building in power for a couple of weeks. They struggled to control the yacht in 145-knot winds, and Sharp was washed overboard, lost in the mountainous seas. Ashcraft had a head injury, and the yacht was badly damaged, but she managed to jerry-rig a sail and then navigated her way—manually, using a sextant and a watchover 1,500 miles to Hawaii. It took her an astonishing 41 days. She survived on peanut butter. In 2002, Ashcraft wrote a book about her experience, Red Sky in Mourning: A True Story of Love, Loss and Survival at Sea. “Adrift,” the film adaptation directed by Baltasar Kormákur, wears its heart on its sleeve. It’s not just a story of an incredible feat of survival. It’s also a love story, presented with the subtlety of a sledgehammer.
Film Night International
** Please note – FNI is presented by Friends of the Library. If you are interested in tickets or passes, you must contact the SF library (613-283-2911)
LEAVE NO TRACE
THURSDAY, September 27, 2018 at either 2:00 or 7:00
Ontario rating: PG
A teenage girl and her veteran father have lived undetected for years in Forest Park, a vast woods on the edge of Portland, Oregon. A chance encounter leads to their discovery and removal from the park. They try to adapt to their new surroundings, until a sudden decision sets them on a journey into the wilderness seeking complete independence and forcing them to confront their conflicting desire to be part of a community and fierce need to live apart.