Audiences Reach Thirty Thousand

The heart of a city – and the heart of a river.  Our cinematic spectacle transformed Vancouver’s Cambie Bridge nightly through the summer of 2017, bringing the timeless and extraordinary Pacific salmon migration to urban audiences.

Thanks to our partners, the neighbourhood – and everyone who came out! 


Interactive Journey About Show

Why such a big screen for salmon?

Wild salmon are a major building block within the Pacific ecosystem – if you live in BC or the Yukon that’s your neighbourhood. These amazing fish are intimately connected to our lives and our western landscape in ways we rarely consider. Uninterrupted brings the beautiful struggle of a salmon migration to the heart of the city, encouraging everyone to think about the connections between people, animals, and the environment – and to take action in our own communities. We hope you’re captivated and more than a little curious about how salmon influence your life. Learn more

Summer Sampler: A few of the highlights

It began with one person riveted by a spectacle that has taken place – uninterrupted – in BC rivers for millions of years. Director Nettie Wild’s artistic intuition told her that the salmon migration she’d witnessed could – and should – be shared with a wider public audience. That led to a small team exploring…

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Volunteers find passion & purpose with salmon  Read Story

Concrete Change  Read Story


Complete the salmon's epic migration, see the challenges they face, and get your name projected on the Cambie Street bridge before the show!

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