Taken for granted as a suburban mother, Agnes discovers a passion for solving jigsaw puzzles which unexpectedly draws her into a new world – where her life unfolds in unexpected ways.
Zain is only 12, but he’s seen enough of this life to resent his very existence. Encouraged by a current affairs program seeking to draw attention to child poverty, he files a lawsuit against his parents for giving birth to him.
Debra Granik’s intimate and complex coming-of-age story of a father and daughter struggling to maintain their unconventional lifestyle in the rugged countryside of the US Pacific Northwest.
In 1956 East Germany, a group of senior high schoolers demonstrate solidarity with recent victims of the Hungarian Revolution. Their brief, silent protest ignites underlying tensions and leads to grave consequences.
Dames Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Joan Plowright and Maggie Smith talk about their experience in theatre, TV and cinema – as they look back with the wisdom of their years, and with humour!
Halla is a choirmaster who is about to adopt a child from a war-torn area in Ukraine, a longtime dream of hers. Halla is also an eco-terrorist, fueled by the proliferation of heavy industry ruining Iceland’s landscape.
Fringe Flicks is celebrating 19 years this fall! Our long-running independent film series has built a loyal audience by providing an intelligent alternative to mainstream movies. Our award-winning films from around the world are screened on Sundays at 1, 4 & 7pm and Mondays at 7pm at the Avalon Cinema in Woodgrove Centre.
"Finest film series on the island. No ads, no trailers, just fantastic independent, alternative or foreign language films.”