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  • Intimacies: An Evening with Ingrid Veninger

    Posted on January 16, 2015 in

    Innis College, The Cinema Studies Institute and the Cinema Studies Student Union proudly present Intimacies: Exploring the line between performance and real life. An evening with Screenwriter-in-residence Ingrid Veninger. Join us for a screening of THE ANIMAL PROJECT followed by a discussion and Q&A session with Ingrid moderated by Kay Armatage. This FREE event begins at […]

  • Take a seat soon!

    Posted on November 28, 2014 in Blog

    We’ve reached a really important phase of the Innis Town Hall Revitalization project – seat installation! You can catch just a glimpse of the new, comfortable seats under their protective plastic. We definitely can’t wait for you to come in, sit back and enjoy some amazing screenings, lectures and classes here with us.

  • Our Transformation is Taking Shape!

    Posted on November 4, 2014 in Blog

    This Toronto theatre is changing as rapidly as the leaves on the trees these days. The framing has turned into walls and doorways and the steel beams into staircases and a beautiful bridge that connects the second floor of Innis College to the projection booth. We’re keen to give you a peek into what’s taken […]

  • We’re Connected! A peek into our increasingly revitalized space!

    Posted on September 24, 2014 in Blog

    Since our last post many things have changed here at Innis Town Hall. We’ve got a new staircase in the East Atrium outside of the Innis Cafe, a new bridge spanning from the projection booth to the second floor outside of Innis College Screening Room 222 and the cut outs in the lobby for some […]

  • Big changes in the East Atrium

    Posted on August 12, 2014 in Blog

    It’s been a little while since the last update and quite a bit of action has been going on here. The concrete trucks keep coming and the theatre is really starting to take it’s new shape. A big outward change is that the East doors of the theatre have been replaced by a solid wall. […]