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tips on CineCycle 7/25/14

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 EVENTS!


200 Past Events

 

Watch here for the next upcoming screening.

 

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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)

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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 25, 2014)