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360 Screenings is part mystery theatre, part film screening, with an element of web-organized flash mob. It fits within a cultural movement toward bringing a social aspect back to moviegoing.

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Attendees take part in 360 Screening event at the Wychwood Barns in Toronto. Prior to the screening of the film guests are encouraged to interact with actors playing characters from the movie. This screening was the movie Amelie.

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Actor Phillippe Van de Maele Martin, playing a French teacher, welcomes attendees to the screening of the film Amelie.

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Attendees Matthew Stephens and Vanessa Smith interact with actor Brad Hampton, playing Amelie’s father Raphael Poulain, during the 360 Screening at the Wychwood Barns.

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Attendees take part in the 360 Screening event.

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Actor Iain Stewart, playing the part of a blind man, interacts with attendees during the 360 Screening at the Wychwood Barns.

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Actors Christina Serra, playing Amelie and Brad Hampton, playing Amelie’s father Raphael Poulain.

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Attendees (LtoR in foreground) Matthew Stephens and Vanessa Smith interact with actor Brad Hampton, playing Amelie’s father Raphael Poulain, during the 360 Screening at the Wychwood Barns.was the movie Amelie.

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Actor Brett Schaller, playing the character the Soccer Guy, interacts with attendees taking part in 360 Screening at the Wychwood Barns.

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Sarah Thomas interacts with actor Brett Schaller, playing the character the Soccer Guy, during the 360 Screening at the Wychwood Barns.

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Attendees settle in to watch the movie Amelie during the 360 Screening at the Wychwood Barns in Toronto, where people get to interact with characters of the film prior to the screening of the film.

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