Genie Award winning movies showcased at Capitol Theatre

There is still a chance to see the two big winners at the Genie Awards on the big screen.

There is still a chance to see the two big winners at the Genie Awards on the big screen.

Incendies, winner of eight Genie Awards including Best Picture, Directing, Adapted Screenplay and Best Actress, shows next Thursday, March 17, 7 p.m., at the Capitol Theatre in West Kelowna.

Also at the Capitol, Barney’s Version shows Thursday, March 24, 7 p.m.

That film won seven Genie Awards including Best Actor (Paul Giamatti), Best Supporting Actor (Dustin Hoffman) and Best Supporting actress (Minnie Driver).

Both movies are part of the West Kelowna Filmtastic Film Festival. More details are at www.westkelownamovies.com.

 

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