Few months ago I booked a trip to Montreal. I am living in Toronto. I purchased a round ticket with Greyhound. I was actually excited, not so much about the French city but about the travel itself. 197 more words
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In the land of sequels and remakes (present day Earth) there are far too many unnecessary examples of such. Even the most hilarious and quality films run the ever-present risk of running their premise and jokes straight into the ground. 331 more words
Canada’s largest movie exhibitor is launching a new “sensory friendly” screening series that caters to people with autism spectrum disorder and their families.
Cineplex Entertainment began the pilot project in partnership with Autism Speaks Canada on Feb. 366 more words
With the theatre lights a little brighter and the sound a little softer, sensory-friendly screenings are offering autistic and special-needs children a chance to see their favourite characters on the big screen. 332 more words
For children with autism and their families to enjoy
Cineplex Entertainment announced plans to offer a schedule of Sensory Friendly Screenings. They include 2D projections, increased auditorium lighting, lower volume and smaller crowds. 173 more words
TORONTO – Cineplex Entertainment is launching a special screening program for people with autism spectrum disorder and their families.
The Canadian movie theatre company says its Sensory Friendly Screenings will include 2D projection, increased auditorium lighting, lower volume and smaller crowds. 173 more words