As part of their Films You Might Have Missed series the Central Canada Film Group is presenting The Grand Budapest Hotel Friday. The group’s Collin Davis says they are excited to be showing this film. He says it is about the wild adventures of Monsieur Gustave, the legendary and flamboyant concierge at the famous Grand Budapest Hotel and Zero Moustafa the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. The film by Wes Anderson is very visually stylistic and a treat to watch as we witness the misadventures of the heroes in this blockbuster comedy.
Davis adds for those who arrive when the doors open they will have a special showing of the National Film Board classic short Paddle to the Sea which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
The film is free and is being shown at 7:30 Friday night at the Hapnot Collegiate Theatre with the doors open at 7. There will be snacks available and free coffee afterwards.