Spinning Reels is a Bracebridge-based not-for-profit group bringing great movies to Muskoka.
Our movies run at 7:00 p.m. on the second and fourth Monday of most months, September to May.
*There are exceptions. Be sure to check our schedule before setting out.
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10% discount on movie night @ Rende Italian Eatery 12 Manitoba St., Bracebridge
TICKETS ARE JUST $7.
— available at —
1) MUSKOKA NATURAL
229 Manitoba Street.
>Advance tickets only.
2) EMAIL RESERVATIONS
>We will confirm your request by email; if you do not receive a confirmation, please check your spam filter. We may not have received your reservation and you should try again. Reserve by 2pm on the day of the screening. Be sure to arrive early. We can only hold reserved tickets until 15 minutes before show time. We try our best, but please remember, we're all volunteers!
3) AT THE DOOR
106 Manitoba Street.
>On movie nights, while supplies last. Reservation desk opens at 6:15pm.
4) GIFT CERTIFICATES
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
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We are happy to announce that this year Spinning Reels has selected two promising graduates to receive the 2018 Spinning Reels bursary. Drumroll please… the recipients are: Mitchell Brock and Preslee Bertrand. Mitchell attended BMLSS where he participated in Improv … Continue reading
Will (Ben Foster), an Iraq War veteran suffering from PTSD, lives with his thirteen-year-old daughter, Tom (Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie), in a public park outside Portland, Oregon. They live in almost total isolation, only entering town for occasional food and supplies. … Continue reading
A huge congratulations to longtime Spinning Reels volunteer, Maria Duncalf-Barber, who is the proud — and very deserving — recipient of a nation-wide award from the Toronto International Film Festival for her important contribution to the Film Circuit through Spinning … Continue reading
Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story Starlet. Screen Siren. Genius? Known for her iconic look, wild-child antics, and scandalous private life, Hedy Lamarr was revered as “the most beautiful woman in the world” in 1940s tabloids. Yet, few know her true … Continue reading
A sequel to The Inconvenient Truth, the follow-up documentary addresses the progress made to tackle the problem of climate change and Al Gore’s global efforts to persuade governmental leaders to invest in renewable energy, culminating in the landmark signing of … Continue reading