SESQUI Set to Thrill Thunder Bay Audiences with Horizon

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THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay will be one of seven cities hosting the unique cinematic dome screening of the 360° film HORIZON, produced by SESQUI, as part of the Canada 150 celebrations.

The free screenings will take place from July 24 – July 28, in the Intercity Shopping Centre parking lot. The film will be shown on a first come, first served basis from 12 noon – 10 pm each day, except on Friday, July 28, when it will be shown from 10 am – 7:30 pm.

“We are thrilled Thunder Bay will be one of the seven cities in Ontario being visited by SESQUI,” said Paul Burke, Special Events Developer with the City of Thunder Bay. “HORIZON has been receiving very positive reviews across the province. Cutting-edge technology was used to create this 360 degree film showcasing the beauty of Canada.”

The cutting edge cinematic dome offers an 80-person capacity the ultimate viewing experience – projecting the 22 minute film in ultra-clear 9K resolution. Audiences will have a front row seat to the wonders of Canada through the immersive film. Shot in all 13 provinces and territories, the 360° experience takes audiences on a journey through Canada, from the spectacular colours of the auroras to the high tides of Fundy. HORIZON showcases Canada as it has never been seen before.

The dome has already screened the film in Toronto, London, Windsor and Sault Ste. Marie. After the five days in Thunder Bay, it will travel to Richmond Hill and Kingston.

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