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WIFF Under The Stars Free Outdoor Community Screenings Return This June

Friday May 19th, 2023, 10:31am

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WIFF Under the Stars community screenings are returning to the Civic Plaza at Windsor City Hall Square from June 9th to 11th, 2023.

During the day, a variety of family programming will be presented including Encanto, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish and Blueback. The programming also includes anniversary titles including How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days and The Sandlot, Hollywood blockbusters including Top Gun: Maverick and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and more.

WIFF will also present a series of new Canadian films including July Talk: Love Lives Here, an entertaining documentary about a great Canadian band, Adult Adoption, a drama that was filmed in Kingsville, ON, Food for the Rest of Us, an engaging documentary tackling the subject of food security, and more.

In late 2022, WIFF received funding through the Government of Canada’s Healthy Communities Initiative and with support from the WindsorEssex Community Foundation.

“The WIFF Under The Stars screenings are another fantastic opportunity for Windsor audiences to experience unforgettable films in a unique outdoor setting,” said Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens. “I’m pleased to see the City of Windsor partner with the Windsor International Film Festival again on this innovative program, and I’m looking forward to seeing audiences gather to watch films outside Windsor City Hall. The screenings will be part of a full weekend of community programming that includes the City’s 131st Birthday Celebration, the annual Mayor’s Walk along the waterfront, Meet-A-Machine at the WFCU Centre and so much more. On behalf of City Council, I offer sincere thanks for the Government of Canada’s ongoing investments into WIFF, and to Vincent Georgie and all the partners and supporters working to bring this event to downtown Windsor. WIFF is a significant cultural institution in Windsor, and it’s great to see this incredible outreach continue from them.”

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