The 3rd annual Sail-in Cinema event occurred last week, and I was able to check it out and make some sketches. The event features the world's first 2-sided floating movie experience - boats can sail in and drop anchor on one side, while people can sit by the lake on the other side. Each night features a different classic movie, and "Ghostbusters" was playing on the night I attended.
Two-sided screen set atop a barge located at Sugar Beach @ 25 Dockside Drive, Toronto.
(On the left) The first 500 people received a complimentary Bum Box to seat on. The Bum Box is made out of cardboard, and it has a flap that folds down for seating. It's good for situations where you don't want to get your pants dirty from grass / dirt, but I have to admit it was not very comfortable to sit on for extended periods of time.
(On the right) My friend and I got there early, so we ordered some food to take out from the nearby restaurant - Against the Grain Urban Tavern. I ordered the classic Burger and Fries combo, and it was quite delicious. It also attracted a bunch of ants in our area!! Whoops...
Since we got ourselves front row seats by the lake, it was rather hard to do sketches of people without being too obvious. I am still not that comfortable drawing random people because I never know how they would react if they saw me sketching them. I only managed to sneak in 4 sketches while waiting for the night to turn dark so the movie can start.
Overall, I really enjoyed the night. Thank you Toronto Port Authority for putting on such an awesome event!
For more Information about the event, please visit: http://www.sailincinema.com/about.aspx