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tips on CineCycle 7/23/14

Underground Cinema
Coffee Bar & Bicycle Repair Shop

Programming & for hire since 1991 - 22 years!
Many film projection formats, from
8mm to 35mm, including 9.5mm!

70 seats, 2 washrooms. Proprietor: Martin Heath

Location & Contact | Services

Upcoming Events | Past Events

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Film Collection | Projectors | Links | Press | Pianist Wanted

Location & Contact
CineCycle, in the old coach house down the lane behind 129 Spadina Ave.,
on the east side between Richmond St. W. and Adelaide St. W., Toronto. Map
416-971-4273 Mail: Box 45, 401 Richmond St. W., Toronto, Ontario M5V 3A8

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The sign above the entrance at CineCycle's first location (1991-1995),
behind 317 Spadina Ave., Toronto. (Photo by John Porter)
The bicycle was conceived and built by Leo Slonetsky
using 16mm film reels for the wheels and chainring.

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CineCycle
behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto, 416-971-4273

UPCOMING EVENT!


160 Past Events

TOMORROW NIGHT!

The Toronto Animated Image Society (TAIS) presents its 10th annual

TAIS Showcase 2014 and Robot Anijam
Recent short videos by TAIS members Benjamin Edelberg,
Signe Baumane, Yuval Nathan, Coke Rioboo, Alisi Telengut,
Edmunds Jansons, Gerry Lagendyk, Augusto Bicalho Roque,
Iriz Pääbo, Patrick Jenkins, Rhayne Vermette, Claire Bennett,
Samay Cajas, Jaime Ekkens, Mikko Mällinen, Sharron Mirsky,
Tanya Read, George Ungar, Caroline Blais, Lynn Dana Wilton.
Many of the artists in person! Facebook

Thursday, July 24, 7:30pm, $10 (unclassified)
BBQ at 6pm!

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CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto 416-971-4273

CINECYCLE SERVICES

Cinema Rentals - projection on 35mm, 16mm, 9.5mm,
8mm, super 8, VHS, DVD, Blu-Ray or mp3! Projectors

Mobile Cinema Service - Project any format, anywhere!

DIY Music Venue - Voted favourite by Eye Weekly readers!

Films for Rent - Features and Shorts on 16mm and 35mm!

Performances - Exhibitions - Parties - Meetings - Shoots

Bicycle Repairs & Rentals: by appointment

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CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto 416-971-4273

16mm Projectors Available for Screenings

- a Phillips Kinoton FP16 Professional Pedestal 500W Xenon

- a portable Eiki 300W Xenon silent speed

- a portable Elmo CX-350 Xenon slot-load

- two other portable Eikis

- a portable Bell & Howell

- two portable Pageants

(more details, including other film formats, to come)

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CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto 416-971-4273

CineCycle
Underground Cinema
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 416-971-4273

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PROGRAM YOUR OWN SHOW!
Show any of CineCycle's films for FREE
when you rent CineCycle.
16mm & 35mm! 100 Features! 100s of Shorts!
Fiction, Documentary, Animation, Experimental!

Feature Films on 35mm

Feature Films on 16mm
AGE OF CONSENT (Michael Powell, Australia; 1969)
ALEXANDER NEVSKY (Sergei Eisenstein, USSR; 1938)
BEAU SERGE (Claude Chabrol, France; 1958)
BIG BANDS (footage of Isham Jones, Cab Calloway, Duke Ellington and Artie Shaw)
BLACK FOX (Steven Hillard Stern, USA/Canada; 1995)
BLACKMAILED (Marc Allégret, UK; 1951)
BONNE ANNEE (Claude Lelouch, France/Italy; 1973)
CALCUTTA (Louis Malle, France; 1969)
CALL OF THE WILD (Ken Annakin, UK/France, 1972) [French, no subtitles]
CHARIOTS OF THE GODS (Harald Reinl, West Germany; 1970)
LES CHOUANS (Philippe de Broca, France; 1988)
CONCRETE JUNGLE aka: THE CRIMINAL (Joseph Losey, UK; 1960)
CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR’S COURT (Tay Garnett, USA; 1949)

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DARK WATERS (Andre De Toth, USA; 1944)
DIESEL (Gerhard Lamprecht, Germany; 1942) [no subtites]
DR. JEKYLL & MR. HYDE (Rouben Mamoulian, USA; 1931)
EXCALIBUR (John Boorman, UK/USA; 1981)
EXECUTION NIGHT (1957 episode of TV programme Conflict) w/ Virginia Mayo
ECSTASY (Gustav Machaty, Czechoslovakia/Austria, 1933)
FANNY (Marc Allegret, France; 1932)
FILLE DES MARAIS (Augusto Genina, Italy; 1949) [no subtitles]
FLUTE AND THE ARROW (Arne Sucksdorff, Sweden; 1959)
IVAN THE TERRIBLE parts 1 & 2    (Sergei Eisenstein, USSR; 1944/1958)

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JUDGE ET L’ ASSASSIN (Bertrand Tavernier, France; 1976)
KIDNAPPED (Alfred L. Werker, USA; 1938)
LED THE LAST (John Boorman, UK; 1970)
LEEDS UNITED (British TV mockumentary; information pending inspection)
LES GIRLS (George Cukor, USA; 1957)
MA NUIT CHEZ MAUD (Eric Rohmer, France; 1969)
MAGICIAN (Ingmar Bergman, Sweden; 1958)
MARIE ANN (Martin Walters, Canada; 1978)
MAYERLING TO SARAJEVO (Max Ophuls, France; 1940)
METHADONE: AN AMERICAN WAY OF DEALING (Jim Klein, USA; 1974)
MODERATO CANTABILE (Peter Brook, Italy/France; 1960)
MY SISTER, MY LOVE (Vilgot Sjoman, Sweden; 1966)
MYSTERY OF MILLION DOLLAR HOCKEY PUCK (Jean LaFleur, Canada; 1975)

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NO PLACE TO HIDE (Robert Allen Schnitzer, USA; 1970) w/ Sylvester Stallone
NUIT DE VARENNES (Ettore Scola, France/Italy; 1982)
ONIBABA (Kaneto Shindo, Japan; 1964) French subtitles
OTLEY (Dick Clement, UK; 1968)
PASSPORT TO PIMLICO (Henry Cornelius, UK; 1949)
PERIL FOR THE GUY (James Hill, UK; 1956)
PIRANHA PART TWO: THE SPAWNING (James Cameron, USA; 1981)
PRAZDNINY S MINKOU (Josef Pinkava, Czechoslovakia; 1963)
PRIVATE LIFE OF DON JUAN (Alexander Korda, UK; 1934)
PROPHET FROM PUGWASH (Carole Moore-Ede Myers, Canada; 1978) CBC TV doc
RASHOMON (Akira Kurosawa, Japan; 1950)
RED DRAGON (Hong Kong kung fu movie; information pending inspection)
RULES OF THE GAME (Jean Renoir, France; 1939)

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SACCO AND VANZETTI (Giuliano Montaldo, Italy; 1971)
SECOND CHORUS (H.C. Potter, USA; 1940)
SECRETS OF WOMEN (Ingmar Bergman, Sweden; 1952)
SEVENTH SEAL (Ingmar Bergman, Sweden; 1957)
SILENCE (Ingmar Bergman, Sweden; 1963) [dubbed]
SUDAN (John Rawlins, USA; 1945)
TEOREMA (Pier Paolo Pasolini, Italy; 1968)  [colour fading]
THINGS TO COME (William Cameron Menzies, UK; 1936)
THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY (Ingmar Bergman, Sweden; 1961)
THUNDER OVER ARIZONA (Joseph Kane, USA; 1956)
TWENTY SEVEN-A (Esben Storm, Australia; 1974)

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THE VANQUISHED (Michelangelo Antonioni, Italy; 1953)
VOGUES OF 1938 (Irving Cummings, USA; 1937)
THE WAR GAME (Peter Watkins, UK; 1965)
WILD FRUIT (Herve Bromberger, France; 1954)
WILD STRAWBERRIES (Ingmar Bergman, Sweden; 1957)
WINTER LIGHT (Ingmar Bergman, Sweden; 1962)

back to top of 16mm Films

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Feature Films on 35mm
AIDA (Clemente Fracassi, Italy; 1953)
ASK THE DEAD ABOUT THE PRICE OF DEATH (Kaljo Kiisk, Estonia; 1977)
THE BRIDGE (Bernhard Wicki, West Germany; 1959) dubbed
CAT AND MOUSE (Claude Lelouch, France; 1975) dubbed
ENDLESS SUMMER (Bruce Brown, USA; 1966) [colour fading]
GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY (Sergio Leone, Italy; 1966) [missing final reel]
GRAPES OF WRATH (John Ford, USA; 1940) [missing final reel]
GROUNDSTAR CONSPIRACY (Lamont Johnson, Canada/USA; 1972)[colour fading]
HINDENBURG (Robert Wise, USA; 1975)
HOLLYWOOD BABYLON (Van Guylder, USA; 1972)
KING OF HEARTS (Philippe de Broca, France; 1966)
LIFE AT THE TOP (Ted Kotcheff, UK; 1965)
LOVE IN THE AFTERNOON (Billy Wilder, USA; 1957)
LUTHER (Guy Green, UK/USA; 1974)

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MAROONED (John Sturges, USA; 1969)
MODEL SHOP (Jacques Demy, France/USA; 1969) [colour fading]
MONTEREY POP (D.A. Pennebaker, USA; 1968) [colour fading]
NINE VICTIMS TO A MURDER (information pending inspection)
PASTOR AND VIRTUOUS (Hong Kong kung fu movie; information pending)
SONG SOAR (Ukrainian ; information pending inspection) no subtitles
STAVISKY (Alain Resnais, France/Italy; 1974) [colour fading]
SUSAN KELLY (Maria Sarat, Philippines; 1977)
TAKE A GIRL LIKE YOU (Jonathon Miller, UK; 1970)
TWO WOMEN (Vittorio De Sica, Italy; 1960) dubbed
WILLY BUSCH REPORT (Niklaus Schilling, West Germany; 1979)

back to top of 35mm Films - 16mm Films

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CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto 416-971-4273

CINECYCLE LINKS

- Photos of Bike Week 2007 at CineCycle, by Martin Reis! -
(That's John Porter in the Janet Bike Girl "SUPER 8" t-shirt!)

- CineCycle story by Erin MacKeen, w/ a photo of Martin -

- 401 Richmond Street West, arts building with CineCycle -

- CineCycle t-shirts by CineCycle partner Janet Bike Girl -
Photos - CineCycle logo

- Pleasure Dome Artists' Film Exhibition, most often at CineCycle -

- Photo and review of CineCycle -

- R.I.P. cat Timmy 1992?-2007 -

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CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto 416-971-4273

WANTED!

Pianists to accompany

Bicycle-Powered Festival of Silent Film Classics!
A new invention by CineCycle's Martin Heath and
Petra Chevrier, using bicycle-riders from the audience!

DESCRIBED IN A

TORONTO DAILY NEWS STORY
The National Post, Saturday, December 1, 2007

>>> You've earned a large popcorn! <<<
Bike-powered projector soon to get its own filmfest
by Sarah B. Hood

A review of Pleasure Dome's premiere of Liss Platt's
performance, riding a bicycle-powered 16mm projector
designed by Petra Chevrier and Martin Heath of CineCycle,
Saturday, November 24, 2007 at the Latvian House, Toronto.

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CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto 416-971-4273

 

(Updated: July 23, 2014)