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Landmark Cinemas, 9 Beju Industrial Drive, Sylvan Lake, AB

Film Society

Jan 30, 2023  |  Last Monday of the Month | 7:00-9:00 PM


Join us at Landmark Cinemas to watch The Phantom of the Open.

The Sylvan Lake Film Society works with Film Circuit, a division of the Toronto International Film Festival Group. "With over 195 groups in 163 communities across Canada, Film Circuit is essential in helping TIFF lead the world in building markets and audiences for Canadian cinema."

The Sylvan Lake Film Society, a Sylvan Lake Municipal Library program, provides transformative film experiences to filmgoers in the community. They are very proud of the variety of movies shown in the past and hope to continue the experience in the years ahead.

Films screen the last Monday of the month at Landmark Cinemas. 

Tickets are $10.00 + GST, Season Passes are $50.00 + GST - you get one film free! Tickets and Season Passes can be purchased in advance at the Library, or at the theatre the night of the showing. *Please note that we can only accept cash at the theatre.* 

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Tonight's movie will be The Phantom of the Open

The Phantom of the Open (2021) - IMDb

Staring down the barrel of unemployment as the shipbuilding industry becomes nationalized in the UK, perpetual hobbyist and unrelenting optimist Maurice Flitcroft (Mark Rylance) applies to enter the 1976 British Open with the encouragement of his wife (Sally Hawkins). There’s just one problem: he’s never played golf before. With pluckiness and his twin sons ― who happen to be champion disco dancers ― at his side, Maurice pulls off a series of stunning, hilarious, and heartwarming attempts to compete at the highest level of professional golf, all without success and much to the annoyance of the elitist golfing community. But despite his failures, Maurice rises to folkloric fame, delighting fans worldwide with his sunniness rather than his skills.

Based on a true story, The Phantom of the Open finds the extraordinary in the ordinary, and proves that whether our attempts are birdies or bogeys (or perhaps even worse), there’s always something to be found in simply trying. - Mongrel Media