After dusk, audiences will witness the extraordinary migration of wild Pacific salmon in a cinematic spectacle that explores the connection between nature and our urban environments.
The free 25-minute screening runs five nights a week from June 28th to Sept 24th. Free viewing takes place in Coopers’ Park, on the north side of the bridge, with nightly capacity for up to 800 people. We ask that you arrive at least 15 minutes in advance; there are also pre-event projections to enjoy.
UNINTERRUPTED is a cinematic summer art installation that transforms Vancouver’s Cambie Bridge into a wild B.C. river – immersing audiences in the incredible journey of migrating sockeye salmon. Breathtaking cinematography from three B.C. rivers is digitally mapped and is projected on the underside of the bridge, along with an ambient, original soundtrack. The 25-minute screening is happening now and runs Tuesday through Saturday, June 28th – Sept 24th, 2017.