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Voting for Sail-In Cinema Begins as Film Shortlist is Announced

Save the date! PortsToronto’s free popular Sail-In Cinema™ movie event is back this August 17 to 19 at Sugar Beach (25 Dockside Drive). The free movie festival will once again showcase films chosen by the public on one of the world’s first and largest two-sided floating movie screens for boaters and landlubbers alike to enjoy.
 
Since 2011, PortsToronto has transformed the city’s harbour into Toronto’s only outdoor floating film event, giving the community the unique chance to watch movies – from land or water – on a two-sided screen anchored to a barge in Lake Ontario.
 
From talking animals to action-adventure and animated classics, this year’s film shortlist offers something for everybody. Three movies in total will be selected by public vote from a curated shortlist of movies.
 
Voting will be open until July 11, 2017, and the three winning films will be announced shortly thereafter. Updates and early polling results will be released on Twitter and Facebook throughout the voting period.
 
In previous years, as many as 11,000 people and 100 boats from across the GTA have attended the award-winning event, which serves as a great way for people to rediscover the waterfront and watch film classics at Toronto's favourite floating film festival. Gates will open at 6:00 p.m. and movies will start at approximately 8:45 p.m.

Click here to see the movie shortlist and vote today!
 

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