Reel Out Drive-In Movie Night

Event Date(s): 
Friday, September 25, 2020
8:00pm - 10:30pm

The Elk Valley Pride Festival and proud community supporter, Fernie Alpine Resort are so excited to partner on Reel Out! — a Drive-In Movie Night!

Get your ticket HERE!

This event is limited to 50 vehicles max and no food or beverages will be available for purchase at this event. Please do not bring alcoholic beverages! Fernie Alpine Resort will be offering a pizza special from Legends so make sure to keep your eyes out and order your dinner for pick-up prior to arriving at the movie!

No RV’s, campers, motorhomes allowed. No smoking of of any kids please. Walk-ins not permitted, sorry!

The nitty-gritty details: Gates open at 6:45pm! Upon arrival at Parking Lot 2, you will be directed where to park. Please follow parking lot attendant directions as vehicles are spaced intentionally. When exiting after the movie, please follow the parking lot attendant directions as we want to ensure a safe and speedy exit for all.

Movie attendees MUST remain in their vehicle unless using the restroom. Portapotties and a handwashing station will be available. Please respect pandemic precautions and practice physical distancing while in line to access facilities.

You MUST bring a paper copy of your ticket and provide it upon arrival at the event when asked. The movie will be projected on a 4-storey screen so no worries about not being able to see! Also, sound will be transmitted via FM transmission so make sure your radio works!

The fun stuff: We will be filming PRIDE, a Golden Globe nominee, winner of multiple BAFTA awards, and a Cannes award winner among multiple other accolades. Pride is set in Britain in 1984, a country on the brink of social and cultural shifts. As a war raged on between the Thatcher government and the mining unions, hair was getting bigger, fashion more vibrant and music more electronic. Meanwhile, activism for LGBT rights continued to grow as London’s queer community staged regular demonstrations to raise awareness.

Among the many visionary young people trying to provoke positive change is Mark, the spirited leader of a small group of gay rights activists. When he notices the similarities between the treatment of the gay community and the striking miners by government and law enforcement, he is compelled to help. Mark convinces his reluctant friends to form the LGSM (Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners); unsure if the mining community will be accepting of their support in the first place.

Determined to spread the message that no group struggling with prejudice and oppression should draw greater awareness over the other, he and his misfit friends form an unprecedented alliance with a small, Welsh mining community. What unfolds next surprises both groups as otherwise unlikely friendships are formed and misconceptions are made invisible – among most. Pride is a timely true story and welcome reminder that putting differences aside in the spirit of tolerance and peace is just as important today as it was in ’84.

AND Polar Peak Popcorn has sweetened the deal and is giving a free bag of Sweet & Salty Kettle Corn to every vehicle so make sure to get yours at the gate!

*Please note when purchasing a ticket, the price is PER VEHICLE. 


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