Ten summer nights. Ten spectacular films. An outdoor cinema experience like no other.
Join the Caravan Farm Theatre in an open-air timber barn for a line-up of ten feature films by some of the world’s most exciting filmmakers, August 24 to September 5. Each film will be preceded by a selection from the first annual Indigenous Short-Film Showcase.
The cinema features a ten-by-twenty-foot silver screen, an 8000-lumen projector, all set against a spectacular rural backdrop.
Bring a picnic and settle in at a picnic table or blanket on the shady green lawn for a pre-show dinner. Take a nature break and stroll down the path through gently rolling fields, then get your popcorn and watch a film —Caravan Farm Theatre style.
Patrons will be seated in our timber barn. Lawn seating is also available, outside of the barn. Bring your own lawn chairs, and/or blankets. The bar and concession will be open, serving hot buttered popcorn, local fine wine, ales, and ciders, and an assortment of great local snacks.
The Festival opener is Niall McNeil’s documentary film The Originals. Filmed on location at Caravan Farm Theatre in 2021, and featuring interviews from Caravan Farm Theatre alumni spanning four decades.
Gates open at 6PM, short film begins at 7:30 p.m. feature film begins at 8 p.m. Caravan Farm Theatre is located in the countryside northwest of Armstrong.
For tickets and the full line-up- visit, tickets.caravanfarmtheatre.com