Films "For All" at The Hall

at the The Hall
44 King Street
Individual movie listings for the coming month will be posted as soon as they are selected
Maritime Film Ratings
G: “General” (Suitable for all ages)
PG: “Parental Guidance” (May be appropriate for those 12 years of age and over)
14A: “14 Accompaniment” (those under 14 must be accompanied by an adult)
18: (Must be 18 years or older)
For more information on the Film Ratings click here
First and Third Wednesday each month.   7:30 pm  

Now you don’t have to drive all the way to Amherst or Truro for that real movie theatre experience. That’s right, we’ve got a real 16 foot wide movie screen, a superior quality projector, an incredible new sound system, hearing assistance on request* and theatre seats. Come join us for a night out

* (Note:  the hearing assistance tracks only the dialogue in the movies and does not amplify the sound effects or musical score to make hearing the dialogue much more effective)

And we also have delicious hot popcorn...only $2 a bag!

Have a look below for the schedule.

Our films represent a wide range of themes and are suitable for a wide range of audiences. Check the synopses below for more information on each film.                                                                             


The Board of the Parrsboro Band Association is pleased to announce that film screenings will resume in the month of July.  In August we will continue on the usual 1st and 3rd Wednesday evenings but in the interim the following two films are offered for July.   
Reservations will be required as seating will continue to be limited and all safety protocols will be strictly observed.   Contact Nancy Curleigh in order to reserve your seats now at or 902-254-3598.     We all hope that everyone will respect the continuing restrictions, get their vaccines as soon as possible, and respect others in the interests of everyone’s health.  Above all, stay safe.

Wednesday July 14     Photograph            (2019)             PG-13

A struggling street photographer in Mumbai, pressured to marry by his grandmother, convinces a shy stranger to pose as his fiancée. The pair develop a connection that transforms them in ways they could not expect.

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Wednesday July 28           The World of Suzie Wong                          (1960)

A businessman moves to Hong Kong to pursue a career as an artist and falls in love with a prostitute he hires as a model.

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