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Virtual Reality – Summer 2021 Tour Highlights

Missed the event this summer?  Then immerse yourself in pics from our four destinations  – outside the Museum of Vancouver, on the veranda of the Burnaby Art Gallery, the plaza next to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, and to the Shipyard Commons in North Vancouver. Our Metro Vancouver tour was the test run for a new…

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2020 E-newsletter: New Journey for UNINTERRUPTED

Bringing the heart of the river to more cities First off – we hope you’re all keeping well, especially now that flu season has arrived to join the pandemic. As with so many events this summer, plans for an encore presentation of UNINTERRUPTED on Vancouver’s Cambie Bridge had to be halted due to Covid-19. But……

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Looking Back & Swimming Forward This Summer

We’re about to begin a new adventure  – with new cities, new audiences.  As we get ready for our summer 2021 series, we’re taking a look back at the journey we’ve travelled with our cinematic salmon.  It began almost a decade ago, with one person riveted by a spectacle that has taken place – uninterrupted…

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Creating UNINTERRUPTED: 2017 Stories from the River to the Bridge

Pacific salmon – specifically Sockeye – are the starring characters of UNINTERRUPTED with Vancouver’s Cambie Bridge in a key supporting role. This cinematic spectacle is one of the most complex digital projections worldwide. The big reason is the combination of the 3-D projection surface of the bridge (which has a day job as a piece…

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From First Dates to Families, UNINTERRUPTED Delights!

The term something for everyone is cliche, so let’s try this: UNINTERRUPTED offers “salmon” for everyone. Whatever your priorities this summer, this free cinematic spectacle celebrating the iconic Pacific salmon will not disappoint. Make it a memorable first date in Vancouver. Make it a digital date night. It is a big question at this time…

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Inspired by a bike ride and a riverbank

In 2010, when filmmaker Nettie Wild stood on the banks of the Adams River watching sockeye salmon migrate, she knew instantly that she wanted to share this incredible spectacle with other city dwellers. The question was, how?

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