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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HOW TO GET TICKETS
TICKETS ARE JUST $7
and are 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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‘The Sapphires’ headline our new season! Join us Monday September 9 as we kick off our new season with a real ‘gem’. Inspired by a true story, The Sapphires follows four aboriginal Australian girls from an outback talent show to … Continue reading
Settled happily into their long-established domestic routines, retired music teachers Anne and Georges Laurent (renowned French thesps Emmanuelle Riva and Jean-Louis Trintignant) have their comfortable world cataclysmically upended when Anne suddenly displays symptoms of a stroke. With Anne now partially … Continue reading
Roger Michell’s Hyde Park on Hudson details the historic pre-war weekend in 1939 when England’s King George VI (last seen portrayed by Colin Firth in The King’s Speech) and Queen Consort Elizabeth came calling on U.S. president Franklin Delano Roosevelt … Continue reading
In the late eighteenth century, Denmark is ruled by the spoiled King Christian VII (Mikkel Boe Følsgaard), for whom governing takes a backseat to playing with his dog and indulging in all the pleasures of the flesh — which makes … Continue reading
A directoral debut from none other than Dustin Hoffman (Rain Man, Kramer vs. Kramer), Quartet tells the story of retired opera singers and lifelong chums Wilf and Reggie (Billy Connolly, Fido and Tom Courtenay, Nicholas Nickleby), who, together with their … Continue reading
Nominated for an Oscar for best foreign film, Rebelle is the harrowing story of a child soldier’s struggle for survival, conceived by Canadian writer and director Kim Nguyen. Komona (Rachel Mwanza), a girl living in war-torn Sub-Saharan Africa, tells the … Continue reading
The Sessions is a based-on-reality comedy-drama about a childhood polio survivor (John Hawkes, Winter’s Bone), now in his thirties and permanently confined to an iron lung, who hires a professional sex surrogate (Helen Hunt) to help him lose his virginity. … Continue reading
Directed by Michael McGowan (One Week, Saint Ralph), Still Mine explores the bond between a man and his wife as they enter the twilight of their lives, set against windswept rural New Brunswick. As Irene, tenderly portrayed by Geneviève Bujold … Continue reading
Following the success of Atonement and Pride & Prejudice, director Joe Wright reunites with Keira Knightley for a lush and atmospheric adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s classic novel. Set against the richly-textured canvas of late nineteenth-century Russian high society, the story … Continue reading
Helmed by acclaimed director Deepa Mehta (Heaven on Earth, the Fire, Earth, and Water trilogy), Midnight’s Children is one of the year’s most highly-anticipated Canadian films. This epic saga spans borders, generations, war and peacetime, all throughout a pivotal period … Continue reading