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Montreal's YUL airport is hosting a drive-in movie theatre this week with awesome film picks

The Ciné-parc FNC x YUL project will screen films from a parking lot of the Montréal-Trudeau International Airport.

JP Karwacki
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JP Karwacki

Starting tomorrow until October 11, the Festival du nouveau cinéma will be launching a pop-up drive-in movie theatre in a parking lot of the Montreal-Trudeau International Airport, and they'll be screening a bunch of awesome classics.

After moving online following Montreal's red zone status that began on October 1st, the city's annual film festival has also created Ciné-parc FNC x YUL, a movie theatre pop-up that will screen a lot of classic picks (so long as it doesn't rain the day of the show): 

Thursday, October 8th @ 8PM ($34.50 per car, taxes included)

Friday, October 9th @ 8PM ($34.50 per car, taxes included)

Saturday, October 10th @ 8PM to 4AM ($57.50 per car, taxes included)
"MAD MAX NIGHT"; this includes all four Mad Max films: Mad MaxThe Road WarriorBeyond Thunderdome, and Fury Road

Sunday, October 11th @ 8PM ($34.50 per car, taxes included)

(tickets can be purchased here, taxes are included in the prices above)

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The film Souterrain by Sophie Dupuis kicked off the festival today with a free screening by reservation, but given the rain, it appears like that event will be cancelled. 

For the upcoming films that start tomorrow, guests can watch from the comfort of their cars in the P11 parking lot of the YUL Montréal-Trudeau International Airport.

This year marks the 49th edition of the Festival du nouveau cinema de Montréal (FNC), and films will continue to screen from today until October 31. The selection includes 200 works in total with more than 50 feature films will all take place online. Feature film tciekts can be purchased for $10 each, while short films are $6 (taxes included).

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