Festival News: WOTS partners with The Revue Cinema

We are pleased to announce a new and very exciting partnership between The Word On The Street Toronto and The Revue Cinema. These two not-for-profit organizations are bringing the fall lineup of The Book Revue to bookworms and cinephiles alike.

The Book Revue is a monthly program that pairs iconic books with the films that they inspired. Each session is hosted by critic and columnist Geoff Pevere. Geoff introduces each film and moderates a discussion following the screening. Did we mention that he is also attending The Word On The Street this year? Yes, Geoff will be a host in the Vibrant Voices of Ontario Tent, which will feature authors such as Tony Burgess, Deborah Ellis, Oliver Senior, Cordelia Strube, and Antanas Sileika.

Please join The Word On The Street Toronto at The Revue Cinema for August’s Book Revue of…

The Talented Mr. Ripley


Tuesday, August 23rd at 6:45 PM. (Arrive early to guarantee your seat!)


The Revue: 400 Roncesvalles Avenue, three blocks south of Bloor and Dundas Street West

How Much?

Tickets are $12.00 and $10.00 for seniors. The Revue’s box office and concession stand are CASH ONLY.

There will be a draw for two amazing prize packs full of goodies from The Word On The Street Toronto and The Revue. This will also be a great opportunity to meet The Word On The Street Toronto’s team and learn about this year’s festival’s unique schedule of events taking place in Queen’s Park on September 25th.

Visit www.revuecinema.ca and click on BOOKS-MUSIC-ART to learn more about The Revue and The Book Revue Program. Reel Diversity, Real Community.

Hope to see you there for this tale of identity, intrigue and murder!


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