CFN Celebrates Our 5th Birthday Sunday February 9th Screening Blade Runner at The Port Theatre in Cornwall Ontario CLICK FOR DETAILS

blade-runnerCFN– Five years is a mile stone for any small business.  On February 9, 2014 CFN will be celebrating our 5th Anniversary by screening the legendary film Blade Runner on the Big Screen live at The Port Theatre in Cornwall Ontario!

The Port is a 72 year old original Roxy theatre with balcony!   Blade Runner just celebrated its 32 birthday and with so many never seeing it on the big screen this may be the only chance some will have.

And catch this; admission to this event which also feature live entertainment before  the movie rolls; is…. free!

Harrison Ford, Sean Young, Edward James Olmos, Rutger Hauer, Daryl Hannah, Joanna Cassidy, and a huge cast star in this Ridley Scott classic that while being a Film Noir set in the future (nearly present time now) asks some very deep questions that very few of us ever dare ask; even of ourselves.

The only way to get your tickets will be from our Birthday event sponsors so stay tuned to CFN as we announce our first sponsors on Thursday January 30th, 2014 and if your organization wishes to join the party email jamie@cornwallfreenews.com

We will also be having free Port Popcorn for the first 100 people that attend!

The Event is also a fund raiser to help the Port get a full theatrical digital projection system.

So please come out and have a great time and support a great cause!

So join us on February 9th.  Doors will open at 2:30 with the movie rolling at 3:30 PM!

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Michael Clifton
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What a great idea.
I had my first viewing of Alien at the port when it was a new release. Best wishes to the folks that are keeping the theatre alive with some good shows.

This is one of the really special movies of the late 20th century. Philp k. Dick forever!

Michael Clifton
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How horrible of me to have called “Blade Runner” important.

What I should have mentioned is the stunning visuals and the fact that this movie is the film that keeps on giving . I’ve viewed it over 50 times at home (2 disc special Final Cut edition) and I’m envious of you in Cornwall that are going to get to see it on the big screen.

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