Movies

Posters of the September 2018 movies playing on GTCN

The GTCN in-house channels (2.2 and 2.3) present more than 40 films every month. Monthly line-ups feature something for all tastes: recently-released blockbusters, foreign language films, Hollywood classics, fine arts/performance videos, avant-garde cinema, and informational/historical documentaries.

Movie Schedule

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This month new selections are: 102 Not Out; Beirut; Class Rank; Death Wish; Disobedience; Finding Your Feet; First Reformed; A Better Life; Fist & Faith; Lady Bird; Little Pink House; The Motorcycle Diaries; Ready Player One; Show Me Your Love; The Gangster's Daughter; The Insult; Traffik; and Vampire Cleanup Department. And the documentaries, Always at the Carlyle; Leaning Into the Wind: Andy Goldsworthy; and The China Hustle.

We're also playing: A Quiet Place; Annihilation; Before We Vanish; Chappaquiddick; Dance Academy: The Comeback; Every Day; Game Night; Gringo; I Dream in Another Language; Lean on Pete; Midnight Sun; Rampage; Sweet Country; The Death of Stalin; The Last Horsemen of New York; The Unknown Girl; Thoroughbreds; Tomb Raider; Wait for Your Laugh; Wonder Wheel; Youth; and Zoo.

Vote for your Movies!

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Vote for the 15 movies you want to see played during the month of October on GTCN channels 2.2 & 2.3. (Be aware, there are some really scary movies on this list!)
Voting closes October 17, 2018.

Movie Voting Guide

Breath (2017)

Two Australian teens meet an obscure older man in the surf who inspires the boys take big chances.

Coyote: The Mike Plant Story (2017)

Sailing legend Mike Plant's adventures are chronicled.

Eighth Grade (2018)

A 13-year-old girl struggles to embody her extroverted YouTube persona in her off-screen life.

Happy Death Day (2017)

A college student is trapped in a time loop that forces her to keep reliving a fatal birthday.

Hearts Beat Loud (2018)

An aging hipster starts a band with his teen daughter just before she leaves for college.

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (2018)

The monster family embark on luxury monster cruise ship vacation.

Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016)

Po reunites with his long-lost father Li, and the pair travel to a secret panda sanctuary.

Leave No Trace (2018)

A veteran faces his trauma when he and his daughter rejoin society after living off the grid.

Love is Cold (2018)

At the dawn of the 1999 handover of Macau to mainland China, two students find themselves caught up in murder.

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (2018)

A woman grapples with running her mother's villa while also expecting her first child.

Mary Shelley (2017)

Sixteen year old writer Mary meets poet Percy and finds the inspiration for her novel “Frankenstein.”

Night Comes On (2018)

An 18-year-old released from juvenile detention on a quest for revenge reunites with her sister.

Paper Year (2018)

Franny and Noah fall in love and quickly wed. At her new job, a new male friend causes issues.

Sicario: Day of the Soldado (2018)

FBI agent Matt Graver re-teams with mercurial Alejandro to investigate a Mexican drug cartel.

Skyscraper (2018)

A former FBI agent must rescue his family when the world's tallest building catches on fire.

The 12th Man (2017)

A Norwegian escapee from Nazi capture fights for his life and endures icy Scandinavian landscape.

The Catcher Was a Spy (2018)

Major League baseball player Moe Berg lives a double life as a spy during World War II.

The Sun at Midnight (2016)

A teenage runaway and a hunter searching for caribou form an unlikely bond.

Things to Come (2016)

A philosophy professor faces a midlife crisis, and finds solace in her bond with a former student.

Upgrade (2018)

A technophobe embraces an experimental computer chip implant in his quest for revenge.

Who We Are Now (2017)

A single mother struggles to regain legal custody of her son after being released from prison.