Free outdoor movies in Corktown Common Park

Toronto Outdoor Picture Show invites east-side and downtown Torontonians to beautiful Corktown Common Park for a third season of outdoor films, part of the festival’s summer-long Cinematic Cities programme in parks across Toronto. On Thursday evenings in July, the series explores four very different but equally vibrant cities in short and feature films: Toronto, Rome, Berlin, and Selma, Alabama.

Pack your favourite blanket and join us for alfresco movies and an unbeatable view of Toronto's skyline!

Cinematic Cities is co-curated by Emily Reid and Olena Decock, with programming consultation from Felan Parker. 

Eats & Treats @ 7pm. Films @ sundown.
Free
BYOBlanket & Chairs
Accessible venue
Films will be screened with captioning when available

August 2

ROMAN HOLIDAY

Directed by William Wyler, 1953

Short film: Long Branch 
dir. Linsey Stewart &
Dane Clark, 2011


Free outdoor movies in Corktown Common Park

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