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At the Fernand-Lindsay Amphitheater

Outdoor movie screenings are back! Due to health and distancing regulations, it is essential to book your free tickets for places under the roof or on the lawn. Safety is our priority! We have delimited social bubble spaces and numbered them. Each bubble measures two metres by two metres and can accommodate up to four people (from the same family).

Please note that the screenings are in French only.

 Reservations for places open on 17 June 2021.

 For more information on applicable COVID-19 guidelines, click here

Au bout des doigts

Fernand-Lindsay Amphitheatre

20 July, 2021

20:00

Fr. 2018. Drama by Ludovic Bernard with Jules Benchetrit, Lambert Wilson, Kristin Scott Thomas. Thanks to the director of the Conservatory, who noticed his prodigious gifts as a pianist, a teenager convicted of burglary is serving his sentence in the prestigious establishment. (theatrical release: February 22, 2019)

La Reine des neiges II

Fernand-Lindsay Amphitheatre

27 July, 2021

20:00

USA 2019. Animated film by Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee. In order to lift the curse that hangs over a forest and to know the origin of its magical powers, a young queen embarks on a perilous adventure, with her sister and their friends. (theatrical release: November 22, 2019)

Yesterday

Fernand-Lindsay Amphitheatre

3 August, 2021

20:00

G.-B. 2019. Danny Boyle fantasy comedy starring Himesh Patel, Lily James, Joel Fry. Struck by a bus during a brief global power outage, a struggling musician wakes up in a world where no one knows the Beatles. Charming and joyful fantasy, in homage to the work and genius of the Fab Four. (theatrical release: June 28, 2019)

La chef d'orchestre

Fernand-Lindsay Amphitheatre

10 August, 2021

20:00

P.-B. 2018. Biographical drama directed by Maria Peters with Christanne de Bruijn, Benjamin Wainwright, Scott Turner Schofield. In the 1920s in the United States, Antonia Brico, born in poverty in Rotterdam, dreams of becoming a conductor, although this profession is a male preserve.  (theatrical release: April 2, 2021)

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