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23rd Annual Barrie Film Festival

October 1-4, 2020 at Sunset Barrie Drive-in

Location: Sunset Barrie Drive-in, 134 Line 4 South, Oro-Medonte, ON L0L 2L0

Our festival is returning this fall. With the pandemic we have had to be creative in our delivery of screenings, as the health and safety of everyone is our top priority. With that in mind you can plan to enjoy an incredible selection of Canadian and International films together, but apart. See below for info and tickets.


Film Listing | Tickets


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To avoid disappointment please purchase your tickets in advance, online.
Only a limited amount of tickets will be available to purchase at the box office on the day of screening.

Single (1 person 1 car) $13
Couple (2 people 1 car) $26
Group (3-4 people 1 car) $38


ATTENTION: EACH TICKET IS SOLD ON A PER CAR BASIS. Therefore you cannot combine tickets for the same vehicle. If you do buy multiple tickets, please ensure you arrive in multiple vehicles!



  • We encourage the wearing of masks/face coverings when interacting with volunteers at front gate/box office
  • Playgrounds, dog parks, volleyball court are off limits
  • Must remain in vehicles with exception to concession and washroom use. Masks must be worn if outside your vehicle. NO SITTING IN LAWNCHAIRS
  • Social distancing must be maintained at all times
  • One vehicle centred between each pair of poles
  • Screenings are rain or shine

Schedule – all screenings are at Sunset Barrie Drive-in

Thursday, October 1

7:30 pm – PERCY

showtime is dusk | Sunset Barrie Drive-in
Biography/Drama | Rated G | 120 min. | Canada

Watch the trailer

Friday, October 2

7:30 pm – SPREAD YOUR WINGS (Donne-moi des ailes)

showtime is dusk | Sunset Barrie Drive-in
Adventure/Family | Rated PG | 113 min. | subtitled | France/Norway

Watch the Trailer

Saturday, October 3



showtime is dusk | Sunset Barrie Drive-in

SHORT FILM SHOWCASE – various genres | not rated, generally PG13 | a diverse selection of local and international entries. JURY SELECTIONS HAVE NOT YET BEEN ANNOUNCED.

ANYTHING FOR JACKSON – Horror | Rated 14A for disturbing scenes, coarse language and violence. Not for sensitive viewers | 90 min. | Canada (filmed in Simcoe County)

Sunday, October 4

7:30 pm – HEROIC LOSERS (La odisea de los giles)

showtime is dusk | Sunset Barrie Drive-in
Comedy/Drama | Rated PG – mature themes | 116 min. | subtitled | Argentina/Spain

Watch the Trailer


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