Cinema Franco


9 p.m.

My very own circus
(Mon cirque à moi)

Radio Victoria invites you next Wednesday, Aug. 25 to the Cinema Franco grande finale : a drive-in night, just like old times, at the Legacy Drive-In in Langford.

We’ll be screening My very own circus, Myriam Bouchard’s first feature film, starring Patrick Huard, Sophie Lorain, Jasmine Lemée and Robin Aubert.

🎥 Film in French, subtitles in English

🍔 Food and drinks provided by Westshore Burger Co.
🚗 Vehicle-only access
📻 Sound broadcast over FM band
🎟️ 35$ per vehicle
🎙️ All funds go towards Radio Victoria’s core programming expenses

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An opportunity to support BC’s only French-language community radio. All revenue generated through these events are used to fund the radio’s operations

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What languages are the films screened in ?

All the films are played in French with English subtitles

Can I bring a camping chair ?

Yes you can but you have to stay close to your vehicule as per Legacy rules.  You can find the Legacy full F.A.Q. here.

Will there be drinks and snacks available ?

Westshore Burger Co. will be serving food, snacks, and non-alcoholic drinks. Their menu can be found on the Legacy website.

How can I get to the Drive-In ?

Legacy Drive-In is at the Western Speedway, in Langford.

The address : 2207 Millstream Road, Victoria, BC V9B 6H4

Can I buy tickets at the door ?

Yes but we encourage everyone to buy them ahead of time as parking attendants will be busy directing traffic before the movie starts.

What are the funds raised during these events used for ?

All funds will be directed towards the operations of Radio Victoria, to better serve the local community and continue to offer quality, free services to everyone.

I didn’t find an answer to my question

Email us at [email protected] and call us at 250-220-4139, we will make sure to answer any question you have !

Ce projet a été rendu possible grâce au Fonds d’appui stratégique aux médias communautaires offert conjointement par le Consortium des médias communautaires de langues officielles et le Gouvernement du Canada.