Westmount is invited to relive that incredible adventure of Expo’67 at the English premiere film screening of Expo 67 Mission Impossible on Saturday, April 29 at 7 pm at Victoria Hall, 4626 Sherbrooke Street West.
Thanks to unprecedented access to over 80,000 archival documents and uncensored accounts by the movers and shakers behind this success story, filmmakers Guylaine Maroist, Michel Barbeau and Eric Ruel invite the public to relive the white-knuckle countdown to the grand opening on April 28, 1967. And to learn for the first time the exceptional contribution of the makers of Expo 67. the business people and the men and women behind Man and His World.
The result is a documentary thriller on the Mad Men of Man and His World. The release of the film Expo 67 Mission Impossible marks the starting point of the mass online broadcast of never-before-seen content. For six months, the same duration as Expo, Productions de la Ruelle is offering full immersion into the greatest universal exposition of the 20th century: 186 days of archives in pictures, video footage and exclusive articles at www.expo-67.ca.
The film screening event will host guest speakers and a pop-up ecomuseum segment that will allow the audience to share their Expo 67 memories and mementos.
The nostalgic event is free. Tickets are available at Victoria Hall and the Westmount Public Library. Cash bar. For more information 514 .989.5226
To view a trailer of the film or to learn more about the film. to to www.expo-67.ca