Location: Valley Drive-In Theatre Date: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 Time: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pmPrice: $10.00 - Buy Now
Available for viewers in Nova Scotia in person only with limited capacity.
Phil Rosenthal has chosen Ratatouille as his favourite food film. This Disney classic follows a rat named Remy, who dreams of becoming a chef and tries to achieve his goal by forming an alliance with a Parisian restaurant’s garbage boy.
After the screening, longtime festival host Bob Blumer will stream live from Hollywood with an in-person conversation with Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal about his hot Netflix show Somebody Feed Phil and travel, food and life in the television business.
On this special evening, we will also screen and award the youth winner of the Nourish Nova Scotia Food & Film Challenge, where we invited children and youth of all ages to make a short film about climate change and food. The winner will receive a $500 prize from Nourish Nova Scotia to support a healthy eating program or initiative in their school/community, as well as $500 in equipment from CBC. To enter a film in the competition or learn more, click here.
If you’re unable to join us in person, you can host your own screening at home by tuning in on Disney Plus, renting or purchasing it on Amazon Prime ($3.99 to rent, $14.99 to purchase) or iTunes ($3.99 to rent, $24.99 to purchase).
Valley Drive-In Ticket Prices: $30 Carload, $20 Couple, $10 Single (limited capacity)
Sponsored by: CBC Atlantic
COVID-19 Social Distance Policies and Enhancements at the Valley Drive-In:
- Your vehicle will not be admitted if any occupant has travelled outside of Nova Scotia 14 days prior to visit or if any occupants are displaying any symptoms of Covid-19.
- If you are feeling unwell (symptomatic or not) we ask that you not attend the drive-in.
- If you are at high risk of severe illness, you should consider not attending.
- Please bring a non-medical mask to wear whenever outside of your vehicle and hand sanitizer.
- You should familiarize yourself on how to reduce the spread of COVID-19, such as using proper sneezing/coughing etiquette, maintaining physical distance (minimum 2 metres), minimizing time outside of your vehicle and more.
- Parking attendants will direct cars where to park allowing for proper social spacing between vehicles (minimum two metres).
- We ask that all guests stay in their cars as much as possible unless going to the bathroom or concession area.
- Concession and washroom lines are marked and monitored, please comply with all signage. Each line will have a 2-metre social distancing with ground markings.
- Our concession menu is posted online, we ask that only one person per car go to the concession. We ask guests to stay two metres apart in the concession line and stand on the designated markings.
- Guests in washroom line-ups are asked to stand 2 metres apart on the provided ground markings. Both washrooms will be limited to one person at a time, unless with a child.
- Audio will only be broadcast over the FM frequency to encourage guests to stay in their car.
- Playground and equipment and underscreen areas are open but are not sanitized.