Tickets are required to participate and we’re are sold out – Thank you!
Please note that rush tickets (free) will be available at the door on a first come, first serve basis – at 7:00 pm on April 19
You’re in for a Canadian cinematic treat at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum: Canada’s Drive-In.
From the comfort of their cars, movie-goers will witness a state-of-the-art outdoor projection of THE ROCKET, an award-winning Canadian film about hockey legend Maurice Richard. The aviation hangar wall will be transformed into a giant screen for this inventive outdoor installation.
This event, under Ottawa 2017’s Ignite 150 program, will begin at 6:15 p.m. with pre-show entertainment and will feature a chat with the director of THE ROCKET, Charles Binamé (movie starts at 8 p.m.).
Hockey fans won’t want to miss the meet and greet autograph session with Montreal Canadiens hockey greats Serge Savard and Jean-Guy Talbot. The Habs veterans, one of whom was a teammate of Maurice Richard and the other who was president of the Maurice Richard Foundation, won a combined 15 Stanley Cup® Championships.
More on site : a special exhibit showcasing the Maurice Richard Trophy, awarded annually to the top goal-scorer in the NHL, Richard’s game-worn jersey, stick, milestone pucks and other artifacts from The Hockey Hall of Fame’s NHL Centennial Exhibit, hockey cards created from the Library and Archives Canada extensive photo archive collection on Canadians’ national sport and more!
Please note that the movie will be presented in its original content ( approx. 70% French and 30 % English) with subtitles.
The event will welcome 125 car-loads of participants and takes place rain or shine. Food truck, Smokin’ R & R’s, will be on site for all your snacking needs (while quantities last).
Canada’s Drive-In is a flagship event on National Canadian Film Day 150 (NCFD 150) — a Canada 150 Signature Project. People across the country will be coming together in theatres, libraries, military bases, and film festivals to celebrate Canada through great Canadian film. With over 1,800 events on NCFD 150, the drive-in is a highlight of the world’s largest one-day film festival, EVER.
Presented by Ottawa 2017 and REEL CANADA, in partnership with the Canada Aviation and Space Museum.