Spectators will be able to see the film on the big screen from the riverside, coming to the screen on boats.
The first floating Openaire cinema in the UK will open in September at Regent's Canal in Paddington. Films from this unusual institution will be shown on a large LED screen six by 3 meters across the screen on 16 eco boats, each with 6-8 seats. There will also be 100 additional folding seats on the shore, between which there will be observed the distances, allowing to adhere to the rules of social distance. The sound will be played through disinfected wireless headphones to minimize any inconvenience.
Before the session, the audience will be able to take a short walk on self-managed boats moored at Market Square, where the session will begin. Food and drinks can be ordered directly from the boat or your beach chair.
The Floating Cinema will showcase both new hire and proven classics. Thus, "Titanic," "The Lion King," "Jaws," "The Joker," and many other films are already being shown. And the first session, showing the modern version of the movie "The Star was Born," will be held on September 2.
The cinema on the river will continue its activities from September 2 to 27, and the films will be shown every day from Wednesday to Sunday. The cost of the visit will be about 34-36 euros per person if you want to watch the movie from the boat, and 16.5 euros if you sit on the seat on the shore.