Those who have not seen the film Martin Luther King: from Montgomery to Memphis until the end, due to a technical problem, Thursday, August 30 at 8 pm, are invited to attend a free screening of the film, Thursday, September 6th at 7:30 pm (on presentation of the ticket of August 30 or proof of purchase).
All other moviegoers interested in attending this screening can buy their ticket (below) online or at the Théâtre Outremont box office.
For any questions, contact 514 495-9944, extension 1.


“People came in large numbers to see our films in August 2017, so we’re presenting a sequel. This time we’ve invited twenty Quebec personalities to introduce films that have been important to them, in an event we’ve dubbed LES FILMS DE NOTRE VIE/THE FILMS OF OUR LIFE, whose spokesperson is Rock Demers. I’ll be there as well, sharing more of my favourites. The restored films will be shown on a BIG SCREEN: they are little gems, treasures of the seventh art that have been invisible for too long, rare jewels, lesser-known films, and masterpieces from major auteurs… guaranteed excellence to be discovered by contemporary audiences.” – Roland Smith

Most of the 20 personalities (Denise Bombardier, Denis Bouchard, Bill Brownstein, Fabienne Colas, Marc-Andre Forcier, Mario Fortin, Yves Jacques, Jean-Francois Lamarche, Marc Lamothe, Vincent Leclerc, Jean-Claude Lord, Marc-Andre Lussier, Mouffe, Franco Nuovo, Pierre Karl Péladeau, Théodore Pellerin, Georges Privet, Gilbert Sicotte and Odile Tremblay) will present the film (s) of their choice before their projection.