Something to Cheer For

This comedy will have audiences rooting for the cheerleaders, who are played by a veteran cast of comedic actors and form a winning team -- and a funny film. Screening on Tuesday, Oct. 29th at Films by the Falls, Fenelon Falls ON --Feature Presentation at 7:30pm Tickets $10, available at the Box Office.

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Laurel and Hardy's 1935 Advice Column: "You, Too, Can Be a Comedian!" by Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy

In September 1935, comedians Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy penned an advice column for aspiring comedians in an anniversary edition of The Hollywood Reporter. The duo, who starred in dozens of slapstick features together, also had a few sarcastic tips for how comedians should handle public relations and deal with producers. Their full column is here.

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Literary History on the Big Screen - Colette

“My name is Claudine, I live in Montigny; I was born there in 1884; I shall probably not die there.” So begins Claudine at School, Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette’s debut novel. It would be years before anyone knew Colette was responsible for this famous opening line. At the time, Colette’s husband, a notorious libertine 15 years her senior, took credit for her writing. But the Claudine books were entirely Colette's.

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FENELON FALLS SECONDARY SCHOOL gets theatrical with an upgrade of new Audio / Visual equipment donation from Kawartha Lakes Film Circuit

"The KLFC committee is very excited to have been able to donate a "big screen" to the school. We are grateful that the faculty and students at Fenelon Falls Secondary School have partnered with us on our film series for the past five years and wanted to show our support back to them, at the same time giving a gift of a better theatrical experience to our Films by the Falls audience."

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“This is a story so rarely seen in film, one about a woman over 40 finding her true self. Agnes is a suburban woman who has spent her entire life attending to her father, husband, and sons until she discovers - in the most unlikely of ways - her own voice. I grew up in New Jersey with a mother who doted on her husband and son and didn’t get to live the life she would have liked to live. To discover such a story in a screenplay as powerful as this was irresistible.”

Marc Turtletaub. Director’s Statement about his film “PUZZLE”.

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