The Lavazza Drive-In Film Festival at Toronto's Ontario Place is set for July 20-31. The celebration, which is supported by Christie Digital Systems, is co-facilitated by the Italian Contemporary Film Festival and introduced by IC Savings and CHIN Radio/TV. Moviegoers will have the option to appreciate a curated choice of movies from nations hardest hit by COVID-19, in a safe, socially removed condition.
Propelled in 2012, the ICFF is the biggest Italian film celebration outside of Italy, commending expressions of the human experience and culture of Italy, with almost 50,000 participants every year. Due to COVID-19, the ICFF chose to introduce the Drive-In Film Festival, another universal activity to unite individuals, with the yearly celebration deferred until November 2020.
The Lavazza Drive-In Film Festival will offer drive-in showings of movies from nations including France, China, Russia and the United States. A segment of ticket deals will go straightforwardly to the Canadian Red Cross to help COVID-19 aid ventures.
"The longing to unite individuals through the festival of expressions and culture is in our DNA, particularly when the world needs it most," said ICFF prime supporter and masterful executive, Cristiano de Florentiis. "For us there is no preferred method to do this over through film, and the most ideal approach to watch a film is with a top-quality Christie projector. We are so satisfied to proceed with our longstanding organization with Christie, who has been an immense supporter of the ICFF for a long time, and we anticipate an effective Drive-In Film Festival."
Movies will be anticipated onto a 60-foot by 30-foot uniquely fabricated outside screen from two Christie D4K40-RGB unadulterated laser projectors.
"It's Christie's strategic make the best mutual encounters, and we're excited to have the option to help the Drive-In Festival and ICFF, and unite individuals once more, securely," said Carmen Robert, ranking director, worldwide advertising, Christie. "We highly esteem giving visitors the most ideal film going involvement in our projection innovation, and we are eager to indeed illuminate a big screen for crowds to appreciate."