Free Outdoor Movies in North Vancouver at Deckchair Cinema

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The Polygon Gallery presents Deckchair Cinema – free outdoor movies in North Vancouver every Thursday night at sunset from the end of June to the end of August, 2024.

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Photo courtesy of the Polygon Gallery/Deckchair Cinema

Free Outdoor Movies in North Vancouver

  • When: Every Thursday from June 27 until August 29, 2024
  • Where: Cates Deck (The Shipyards), Spirit Trail, North Vancouver. In front of The Polygon Gallery.
  • Admission: Admission to Deckchair Cinema is by donation, courtesy of BMO Financial Group, and includes access to the Gallery’s summer exhibitions

Attendees are encouraged to arrive early and make themselves comfortable by bringing their own blankets or low chairs. A concession stand will feature drinks from local breweries, which can be enjoyed on Cates Deck, a public zone for alcohol consumption.

Film Schedule

  • June 27 Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains
    • Music By Katayoon Yousefbigloo Begins at 7:00pm
    • Film Starts At 9:30pm
  • July 4 The Harder They Come
    • So Much To Say: A Bob Marley Celebration With Dj Leroy Hikwa Starts at 7:00pm
    • Film Starts at 9:15pm
  • July 11 Stop Making Sense
    • Music By Niña Mendoza Begins at 7:00pm
    • Film Starts at 9:15pm
  • July 18 Night Raiders
    • Film Starts at 9:15pm
  • July 25 Scott Pilgrim Vs The World
    • Music By Paisley Eva Starts at 7:00pm
    • Film Starts at 9:00pm
  • August 1 Death Becomes Her
    • North Shore Pride Night
    • Film Starts at 9:00pm
  • August 8 Close-up
    • Film starts at 8:45pm
  • August 15 Supercop
    • Film Starts at 8:45pm
  • August 22 Phantom Of The Paradise
    • Film Starts at 8:30pm
  • August 29 The Warriors
    • Music By Rhek Begins at 7:00pm
    • Film Starts at 8:30pm

July 11th is also the Opening Night for Anti-Icon Apokalypsis at the Gallery, admission is free. The new, landmark series Anti-Icon: Apokalypsis, by acclaimed photographer Martine Gutierrez, refuses ready understandings of identity, gender, and culture. Across seventeen self-portraits, Gutierrez embodies a pantheon of legendary figures – all female or feminized – from across the world’s legends, histories, and myths. Follow the Polygon Gallery for more information about the film series and their exhibits.

Find more free outdoor movies around the region this summer.

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