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Great Scott! The Hyland is Going Back to the Future!



Drive-in Back to the Future - 35th Anniversary!

Friday, July 10th or Saturday July 11th,

Show Starts at 9:15pm

Marty McFly, a 17-year-old high school student, is accidentally sent thirty years into the past in a time-traveling DeLorean invented by his close friend, the eccentric scientist Doc Brown.




How It Will Work

- We only have spots for 30 cars.

Each Car is $40. This Includes:

  • One designated spot - the screen is best viewed from the front seat so we recommend only two people, but it is your choice of occupancy (must be from the same household).
  • $14 towards merchandise or concessions to be dropped off at your car the night of the event.

To reserve your spot Click HERE

  • You will be asked the size of your vehicle for us to designate it an appropriate spot.
  • Once we receive your payment, we will send you a confirmation email and a list of our available merchandise and concessions for you to order.

The Night Of:

  • Gates will open at 8:15pm. The show will begin at 9:15pm. Please be on time as there will be no entry after the film has started.
  • Please enter our lot through the Duchess Ave. enterance.
  • A staff member will inform you of your assigned spot.
  • Turn your radio dial to 98.5FM.
  • Hold tight and we will be right out with your concessions and merchandise.
  • Enjoy the show!

Ontario Guidelines:

- You must remain in your motor vehicle designed to be closed to the elements (no open top vehicles like convertibles or Jeeps) except:

  • Where necessary to use a washroom.
  • As may otherwise be required for purposes of health and safety.

- Only members of the same household may occupy the same motor vehicle.

- Vehicles must be separated by a minimum of two metres.

Health and Safety:

- Please remain in your vehicle at all times.

- If you must leave your vehicle:

  • Wear a mask.
  • Practice social distancing and try to maintain a distance of 2 metres (6 feet) from those around you.

- If you need to use the washroom:

  • Enter through the door at the South end of the building.
  • Only three people are allowed in the washroom at a time.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water.
  • Sanitizer is available at the exit of the cinema.

What We Are Doing:

- All concessions will be made wearing gloves and masks.

- All concessions will be delivered wearing gloves and masks.

- All common touch surfaces will be sanitized regularly.

- All areas of the cinema will be cleaned as per regulation

- Washrooms will be cleaned & disinfected frequently


How it Works

We are working with small local distributors to bring you films that are pay-per-view. Fees are split between the Hyland and the distributor in an effort to help support local Independent Cinemas!

Chef Flynn


A documentary on 10 year old wunderchef Flynn McGarry

While many of his peers were still playing with toy cars, Flynn McGarry was creating remarkable gastronomic delights at his home in Studio City, California. Enjoying unwavering support from his mother Meg, an artist who documented every step of his distinctive journey, he devoted himself entirely to his creative passion. Flynn loved to prepare elaborate dinners for friends and family and soon became known as the "Teen Chef," establishing his own supper club at age 12 and being featured in a New York Times Magazine cover story at age 15. Before he was 16, he had staged in top restaurants in Los Angeles, New York, and Europe. But critics soon emerged who challenged Flynn's rapid ascent in the culinary world, threatening to distract him from his dream. Pairing Meg's exhaustive home videos with intimate vérité footage, director Cameron Yates (The Canal Street Madam) creates a collage of Flynn's singular focus and one-of-a-kind childhood. The result is a uniquely comprehensive portrait of a young star's rise as seen from the inside.

Courtesy: Rotten Tomatoes



Bread: An Everyday Miracle - Opens July 10th!


Bread never fails to rise to the occasion

Once merely a basic foodstuff, bread has now become a brand-name product with ever more varieties and suppliers. But do we know what we are actually eating every day? The film BREAD: AN EVERYDAY MIRACLE takes us on an enlightening journey into the world of bread and its production today. We meet traditional artisan bakers and cereal farmers who can vouch for quality and sustainable ingredients. Director Harald Friedl also shows us the baking factories of transnational food corporations, who go to great technological lengths on their mission to recreate authentic taste. Industrially produced bread is fast becoming an artificial product. How can the craft of baking survive? And what will the bread of the future be like?

Source:Maganet Films

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