Passes now available at Wendel’s in Fort Langley.
See any 8 of 9 films for $70!
Shot in the Dark – Langley Film Nights is a non profit organization and a member of the Film Circuit, a division of the Toronto International Film Festival Group. We are dedicated to showing independent, Canadian and foreign language films in the Langley community.We have been doing this since 1999, as one of five groups who got started that year with the Film Circuit which now has over 170 communities dedicated to this same goal, across Canada.
The tremendous growth, not only in our audience, but in the Film Circuit across Canada, is a testimony to the many people in our communities who love great films from around the globe and want greater opportunities to see them closer to home. Watch the video below celebrating 20 years of the Film Circuit bringing the best of Canadian and International films and artists to communities like ours across Canada. Watch closely as our very own Shot in the Dark is showcased along with Academy Award winning Directors.
We do our best to show the movies as selected below and occasionally, there are last minute changes, so please treat the following picks as subject to change.
Force Majeure (Dir: Ruben Ostnund/ R / Sweden, France, Norway/ 118 minutes) 7:30 January 7
Whiplash (Dir: Damien Chazelle/ R/ USA / 107 minutes) 7:30 January 21
Pride (Dir: Mathew Warchus / R/ UK / 120 minutes) 7:30 February 4
Laurence & Holloman (Dir: Mathew Kowalchuk / 14A / Canada / 95 minutes) 7:30 February 18
Rosewater ( Dir: Jon Stewart / R / USA / 103 minutes) 7:30 March 4
Red Army (Documentary) (Dir: Gabe Polsky / PG / USA , Russia / 76 minutes) 7:30 March 11
Two Days, One Night (Dir: Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne / PG-13 / Belgium / 95 minutes) 7:30 April 15
Boychoir (Dir: Francois Girard / G / USA / 103 minutes) 7:30 April 29
Words and Pictures (Dir: Fred Shepisi / PG-13/ USA / 111 Minutes) 7:30 September 10, 2014
The Captive (Dir: Atom Egoyan / Unrated / Canada / 112 Minutes) 7:30 September 24, 2014
Ida (Dir: Pawel Pawlikowski / PG-13/ Poland/Denmark / 82 Minutes) 7:30 October 8, 2014
Tracks (Dir: John Curran / PG-13/ Australia / 112 Minutes ) 7:30 October 22, 2014
Calvary (Dir: John Michael McDonagh/ R / Ireland / UK / 100 Minutes) 7:30 November 5
The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared (Dir: Felix Herngren / Unrated / Sweden / Croatia / 114 Minutes) 7:30 November 19
Winter / Spring 2014
Unfinished Song (Dir: Paul Andrew Williams / PG-13 / UK / 93 Minutes) 7:30 January 8, 2014
Wadjda (Dir: Haifaa Al-Mansour / PG / Germany / 98 Minutes) 7:30 January 22, 2014
Haute Cuisine ( Dir: Christian Vincent / PG 13 / France/ 95 Minutes) 7:30 February 12
Inside Llewyn Davis (Dirs: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen / R / USA / 105 Minutes) 7:30 February 19
The Invisible Woman (Dir: Ralph Fiennes /R /UK / 111 Minutes) 7:30 March 5
Gabrielle (Dir: Louise Archambault / R / France / 104 Minutes) 7:30 March 12
The Past (Dir: Asghar Farhadi /PG 13 /France/ 130 Minutes) 7:30 April 9
The Lunchbox (Dir: Ritesh Batra/ India / 104 Minutes) 7:30 April 16
Like Father, Like Son (Dir: Hirokazu Koreeda / USA / 120 Minutes) 7:30 May 7
The Shot in the Dark organizing committee, with our connection to the Film Circuit, searches out these films to present in our Fall and Spring Seasons.Shot in the Dark- excellent films, excellent prices in a great community.
See an archive of our past films