The Stittsville Rotary International Film Series is thrilled to be heading back to Landmark Theatre Kanata for in-person film screenings, and we are launching a new four-film series with The Worst Person in the World at 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. on May 30th.
The other 3-star-plus films in the lineup are:
Petite Maman                                    June 27
Drive My Car                                     July 25
I’m Your Man                                     August 29
This lineup includes three films that were submitted by their country for the 2022 Oscar for Best International Feature Film.  Drive My Car won this award. Click here for a description of the films.
Each of these four films will be shown at two times, 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. and the cost is $60 for each four-film pass.   We are not offering single film tickets.
If you are interested in buying these film passes, for 4:00 p.m. passes, please contact Charles Mossman by e-mail at For 7:00 p.m. passes contact Elke Harder at  
Please note that these films have mature themes, and are not suitable for young children.
Passes are limited!
As a Covid precaution, we are selling only 60 passes for each theatre (this is less than 60% of each theatre’s capacity), or a total of 120 passes. Other Ontario Covid-19 regulations in effect at the time of each showing will apply.
We are very grateful to our Series Sponsor, Laurysen Kitchens, and to our Film Sponsor, Elke Harder (Re/Max). Their generous support gives our series a sound financial footing.
We also sincerely thank our fellow film lovers who have patiently continued to support our Film Series these past few years while we were forced to go on-line. 
The profits from the International Film Series support a variety of Rotary club projects and donations within our community and around the world.  Some of the organizations that have received recent financial support from our club are Chrysalis House women’s shelter, Stittsville Food Bank, Richmond Food Bank, the Catholic Centre for Immigrants (in support of Afghanistan, Syrian, and now Ukrainian refugees), Canadian Women for Women of Afghanistan, and ShelterBox (a Rotary International affiliate that provides temporary housing for refugees, including those from Ukraine).
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