Monday night is Paradise night

Paradise Sisters Film Society Society members will receive Monday Night Movies benefits.

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Paradise Sisters members can see movies like Lost Song for no additional admission prices.

Here’s a marriage that makes more sense than Madonna and Guy Ritchie ever did: AFCOOP’s Monday Night Movies and the Paradise Sisters Film Society are partnering up in continued support of bringing indie cinema to Halifax. MNM usually screens about 12 limited-release films per season, a refreshing respite from the Miss Marchs and Nic Cage’s usual fare. In case you haven’t been following, Paradise Sisters was founded in 2002 with the dream of developing a rep cinema in Halifax. That, of course, didn’t happen, but the society is still around, as are many of their original 450 members. So for the rest of the 2008-09 season and on through 2009-10, Paradise members will receive the same benefits as MNM members, including free entrance to screenings.

The partnership kicked off Monday at the Halifax Independent Film Festival screening of Rodrigue Jean’s Lost Song.

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