WIFF Under The Stars Community Screenings Planned For Charles Clark Square

Sunday July 18th, 2021

Posted at 9:00am


WIFF will be hosting a full weekend of community screenings in Downtown Windsor at Charles Clark Square July 23rd to July 25th.

They will be transforming Charles Clark Square into an outdoor cinema, with a state-of-the-art LED and sound that will fill the square. Drive, bike, or walk downtown. Admission is free.

“WIFF wanted to send some love to our community in the best way we know how: by showing our gratitude on-screen via a surprise full weekend of free films for all to enjoy for downtown,” says Vincent Georgie, Executive Director and Chief Programmer of WIFF. “Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and we will see you at Charles Clark Square. We are proud to offer a discerning slate of films. There is something for everyone.”

Films include the terrific new Beatles documentary Meeting The Beatles In India, the charming romantic comedy Wild Mountain Thyme with Emily Blunt and a new black & white version of the South Korean smash hit thriller and WIFF audience favourite, Parasite.

Socially relevant, progressive and thoughtful films are at the forefront over the weekend, with the major Indigenous dramas Kuessipan and BEANS, cycling doc Motherload, the touching doc about genuine inclusivity Street Gang: How We Got To Sesame Street, and a special screening of local filmmaker Anushray Singh’s moving documentary THE NORTH WAS OUR CANAAN about the Underground Railroad and the Sandwich First Baptist Church, among many important titles.

Find the full schedule here.

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