August 18, 2014
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The Gateway is proud to present its second season of Gateway to Cinema, bringing classic film favourites to the big screen! Hosted just off campus at the historic Garneau Theatre, these screenings are free for all students with valid ID with drinks provided by Yellowhead Brewery.

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Boogie Nights (1997)

February 12th
Drinks at 6:15 pm
Film at 6:45 pm

Screening at Metro Cinema at the Garneau Theatre - 8712 109 St

Set in 1977, back when sex was safe, pleasure was a business and business was booming, idealistic porn producer Jack Horner (Burt Reynolds) aspires to elevate his craft to an art form. Horner discovers Eddie Adams (Mark Wahlberg), a hot young talent working as a busboy in a nightclub, and welcomes him into the extended family of movie-makers, misfits and hangers-on that are always around. Adams’ rise from nobody to a celebrity adult entertainer is meteoric, and soon the whole world seems to know his porn alter ego, “Dirk Diggler.” Now, when disco and drugs are in vogue, fashion is in flux and the party never seems to stop, Adams’ dreams of turning sex into stardom are about to collide with cold, hard reality.


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