Toronto’s Cumberland fourplex on Avenue Road, which served the Toronto Film Festival for decades after opening in 1981, has closed. And I’m sorry. A 5.7 posting from I Heart Movies says that “on Sunday, May 6, 2012 at 7:30pm, the last 35mm film to run through a projector at the Cumberland 4 Cinemas was Joseph Cedar‘s Footnote.”

My most vivid Cumberland memory happened two and two-third years ago when I took a picture of a snoring guy during a showing of Werner Herzog‘s Bad Lieutenant: New Orleans Port of Call.