The Nomadic Cinema has taken to the road, rolling down Highway 55, for a seven screening stint in the idyllic setting of Stratus Vineyards. The Niagara Artists Centre has cultivated a finely-ripened crop of new and classic titles to be presented in this extraordinary outdoor and safely-distanced venue. Both Thursday night screenings are special Feast on Film events — bringing film and Niagara’s renowned culinary and wine-making arts together to please multiple senses. One of Niagara’s newest restaurants, Ruffino’s Pasta Bar & Grill of Naples-on-the-Lake, will match their farm-to-table fare and pair wonderful Stratus Wines with the screenings on Thursday 3 September and Thursday 10 September. The first, is a freshly-released documentary about famed Italian-born fashion designer and tastemaker Pierre Cardin, The House of Cardin. On the second Thursday, Big Night, a mid-90s comedy about the risks of being a restaurateur and a Louis Prima fanatic, hits the screen. Four other hand-picked titles will light up the outdoors at Stratus on every evening the next two weekends including two screenings of the legendary concert film, Jazz on a Summer’s Day.
3-6 Sept + 10-12 Sept 2020
Doors: 7PM Screening: Twilight
Rain: In the event of rain, the screening will be canceled and tickets will be refunded
Lawn seats: $10
Patio seats: $15 includes table service
Feast on Film: $30 includes culinary and vineyard stylings by Ruffino’s Pasta Bar + Grill and Stratus Wines
Maximum of 5 people per group.
If you are planning to sit with other ticket holders, please let us know in the notes section when you purchase your tickets. This will help us layout seating in a Covid-responsible way. Thank you!
Stratus Vineyards – Film Schedule
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