Movie magic moves to the Cottonwood 4

Cinephiles have been enjoying the Spring Film Series at a brand-new venue this year on Luckakuck Way.

Cottonwood 4 Cinemas is the new location for the popular local film festival, said Edna Covey of the Chilliwack Community Arts Council.

“This is the 11th year of the Film Series, and we’re really pleased with its success. We get so many people coming back year after year, as well as first-timers,” she said.

The films are chosen twice a year from the Toronto International Film Festival Circuit.

All film screenings are $5 and  start at 7 p.m. Here are the remaining titles in the film fest:

March 16: Another Year, UK [PG-13] Drama/Comedy. English ~ 129 min

March 23: The Illusionist, UK [PG] Animated. English/French/Gaelic ~ 80 min

March 30: Biutiful, Spain/Mexico [18-A] Drama. Spanish (Subtitled) ~ 147 min

April 6: Barney’s Version,  Canada/Italy [18-A] Comedy/Drama. English ~ 132 min

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