The Globe and Mail film forum is getting into the film-watching game.
The forum, which began last year, has now grown to over 1,200 members and offers more than 1,000 movies to film lovers.
The Forum will feature a selection of films that are free to view, including some with no ticket price.
They include:A Tale of Two Cities, starring Tom Cruise, the director of the acclaimed blockbuster Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation,and the upcoming film The Mummy.
Other films to view are the sci-fi actioner Jurassic World and the sci fi thriller The Martian.
Tickets can be purchased at the Forum’s website, as well as at several participating theatres and the Globe and Exchange.
The Globe also has the opportunity to screen selected films in person at participating theaters.
“I’m really excited about this new forum,” said Forum president Robert Smith.
“It’s really important to our community that people have access to a wide variety of cinema.”
In addition to free films, the Forum also offers film screenings at locations including a theater in Toronto, a theatre in Montreal, a movie theatre in Sydney and the Centre for Media Arts in London.
Smith said the Forum is also looking at offering screenings of new films at participating theatments.
Smith said the forum has become a hub for film fans to interact with film critics, filmmakers, producers, artists and other members of the film community.
“It’s become such a vital part of the entertainment industry,” he said.
“We are always trying to find ways to bring it back.”
Smith said a new Forum was being created to better serve the public.
“We think this is a good thing, and we want to give our members more choices, more options and more information about films they can go see,” he explained.