Meaford Hall Box Office
12 Nelson Street East
Meaford, Ontario N4L 1N6

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Monday to Saturday 9am to 4:30pm
Sunday 10am to 4pm

Closed on most Statutory Holidays, please call for holiday hours.
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MIFF FILMS 2017

Schedule & Pricing

Student films for 2017

From Joanne McKenzie, MIFF Artistic Director, “For the last five years, it has been a MIFF tradition to start each of the four nights with a Student film. I’m proud to continue that tradition – it’s been a terrific crowd-pleaser. The four films are selected from the Grey Bruce Youth Film Festival, which is run by Nadia Danyluk the Youth Services Librarian in Owen Sound.  Local libraries,including Meaford, participate

What we did on our Holiday

MATINEE ONLY, THURSDAY AUGUST 31, 1:30pm  Directors: Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin Language: English Country: U.K. Rating: PG13 Runs: 1 hr 35 min. Doug and Abi are taking their three children on a trip to Scotland for a big family gathering. They are in the midst of a difficult divorce, and have asked the kids to keep

Maudie

Guest: Stay tuned… THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 7:00pm (FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1:30pm MATINEE) Awards: 8, including best screen writing, best feature, best cinematography and Tomatometer 93% Director: Aisling Walsh Language: English Country: Ireland & Canada Rating: PG Runs: 1 hr, 55 min. Based on the true story about Canadian Folk Artist Maud Lewis who was afflicted with rheumatoid

The Teacher

Guest: Paul Wilson, writer, editor, radio producer & translator FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 7:00pm (SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1:30pm MATINEE) Awards: 5, including Best Actress, best original score & best production design Director: Jan Hrebejk Language: Slovak with English subtitles Country: Slovakia & Czech Republic Rating: PG Runs: 1 hr,42 min. Set in Bratislava during the final decade

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I am The Blues

Guest: Stay tuned… EVENING, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 7:00pm (MATINEE, SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3, 1:30pm ) Awards: 1, Canadian Screen award “Best cinematography in a Feature length documentary. Official selection at “hotdocs”, Tomatometer 100% Director: Dan Cross Language: English Country: USA & Canada Rating: PG Runs: 1 hr, 46 min. You can feel this music deep into the depths of

A Man Called Ove

EVENING ONLY, SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3, 7:00pm Awards: 13, including the Oscar for Best Actor, Best Comedy European Film Awards, Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film 2017 Academy Awards, Tomatometer 91% Director: Hannes Holm Language: Swedish, Persian – with English subtitles Country: Sweden Rating: PG Runs: 1 hr, 56 min. Ove, an ill-tempered, grumpy, loner spends his days enforcing

 

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