Office: (519) 913-0312 Info:(519) 913-0313

Online Merchandise Now Available!

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Show Your Support and Help Keep Us Going!

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  • Our T-Shirts are designed in house and printed locally.
  • Double sided aprons and market bags are created by World Tailors. A local social enterprise in London, that works with refugee and immigrant women, teaching skills and building community.
  • Buttons, bookmarks, and earrings are handmade at the cinema.
  • All the 35mm film items are made from real movie trailers.
  • Local delivery is only $5.
  • Not in the city? We can give you a shipping estimate before your purchase. Just email us at stef@hylandcinema.com for more information!
  • Minimum order of $25.

Purchase your Items Here!



 

NOW STREAMING
Here are some of the Hyland Staff's favourite titles currently streaming:
(Be sure to sign up for MUBI free at this link before clicking the links below.)


OUR DAILY BREAD

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Working Class Solidarity Drama
Dir. King Vidor
Year: 1934
Country: United States

STREAM HERE


THE ARTISANS

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No MUBI Membership Needed

NFB of Canada Doc Selection
Dir. Daniel Leger
Year: 2019
Country: Canada

STREAM HERE

 


THE FIRE WITHIN

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Classic French Arthouse
Dir. Louis Malle
Year: 1963
Country: France

STREAM HERE


JOURNEY TO THE SHORE

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Melancholy Japenese Ghost Story
Dir. Kiyoshi Kurosawa
Year: 2015
Country: Japan

STREAM HERE

 



 

COMING SOON

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Stay tuned in the coming weeks as we announce a whole variety of exciting ways to participate remotely on April 22!

We thinking about hosting an event that will include home streaming a great Canadian film, drive thru type concession pick up, and a chat along so we can all join in the Canadian film fun!



 

HYLAND HISTORY

Love Our Curtains? So Do We!

Our signature gold curtains once hung in the Capitol Theater in the heart of downtown London.

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The Allen Theatre opened on February 23, 1920. All seating was on a single floor. In 1924 it was renamed Capitol Theatre and was twinned in 1979 with seating reduced to 905.

Famous Players last ran this theater, which closed in 2002. The Capitol was demolished in September 2006.

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Before demolition of this once great landmark we had the privilege to be given the curtains! With a trip to Toronto for updated fire resistance and quite a bit of TLC they are now the amazing curtains that you see opening and closing at the beginning and ending of each film!

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