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Music on Film: WHAT WOULD BEETHOVEN DO?

Meet the renegades who are looking to disrupt classical music’s reputation as a stuffy genre for the high cultured elite. From composers flirting with modern mediums, to young musicians dedicated to changing the narrative, to a man who works with tabla players and turntablists, What Would Beethoven Do? brings audiences into the cutting edge of the genre. From an international choir connected by YouTube to a string quartet paired with a DJ, this doc brings a high-energy, optimistic look at the exciting revolution that looks to bring classical music to a 21st century audience.

TCFS Film Night "Arvo Pärt"

On Sunday, January 29th at 4pm at Tartu College, the Tartu College Film Society (TCFS) will be screening a double feature about Estonian composer Arvo Pärt. He has been "the most performed living composer in the world for five consecutive years." The two films are: 24 Preludes for a Fugue (24 prelüüdi ühele fuugale), 2002, 87 min and The Lost Paradise (Kadunud paradiis), 2015, 56 min.

Both films are in Estonian with English subtitles. 
No admission fee. A small donation would be appreciated.

Japanese Movies at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema: A Tale of Samurai Cooking

Presented by The Japan Foundation, Toronto and the Consulate-General of Japan in Toronto

FREE ADMISSION
No RSVP required
All films in Japanese with English subtitles
Doors open 30 minutes before showtime

Our annual event returns to the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema (formerly Bloor Hot Docs Cinema) in January 2017 with three films about families that come together in unexpected ways.

Japanese Movies at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema: Sue, Mai and Sawa

Presented by The Japan Foundation, Toronto and the Consulate-General of Japan in Toronto

FREE ADMISSION
No RSVP required
All films in Japanese with English subtitles
Doors open 30 minutes before showtime

Our annual event returns to the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema (formerly Bloor Hot Docs Cinema) in January 2017 with three films about families that come together in unexpected ways.

Sunday, January 8, 3:15 pm
Sue, Mai and Sawa

Japanese Movies at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema: Neko Samurai

Presented by The Japan Foundation, Toronto and the Consulate-General of Japan in Toronto

FREE ADMISSION
No RSVP required
All films in Japanese with English subtitles
Doors open 30 minutes before showtime

Our annual event returns to the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema (formerly Bloor Hot Docs Cinema) in January 2017 with three films about families that come together in unexpected ways.

Sunday, January 8, 1:00 pm
Neko Samurai

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