About the Film
THIS FILM SCREENING IS SOLD OUT!
ANY UN-CLAIMED TICKETS WILL BE RELEASED TO THE WAITLIST STARTING AT 8:20PM AT THE UTAH OLYMPIC PARK.
An instant hit, CODA was met by audiences at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival with an absolutely rapturous response, earning a staggering four awards (an Audience Award, a Special Jury Award for Ensemble Cast, a Directing Award, and the U.S. Dramatic Grand Jury Prize. Its incredible ensemble cast brings to life the story of Ruby, the only hearing member of a deaf fishing family in Gloucester, Massachusetts. As Ruby struggles to find her place in her family and her world, her gorgeous singing voice brings her into her own.
Siân Heder’s heartwarming, exuberant follow-up to Tallulah (2016 Sundance Film Festival) brings us inside the idiosyncratic rhythms and emotions of a deaf family — something we’ve rarely seen on screen. In developing CODA, which stands for “Child of Deaf Adults,” Heder was determined to tell the story authentically with deaf actors. Her writing and direction — layered, naturalistic, frank, and funny — finds perfect expression in richly drawn characters and a uniformly outstanding cast led by breakout newcomer Emilia Jones.
Visit our Meet the Artist video to learn more about Siân Heder and the film.
Presented with Open Captions and live ASL interpretation for the introduction.
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Join us for this free community screening presented by Sundance Institute, in collaboration with Park City Film at the Twilight Drive-in at Utah Olympic Park.
CODA premiered at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival and won the U.S. Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic, the Directing Award: U.S. Dramatic, the U.S. Dramatic Special Jury Award: Ensemble Cast, and the Audience Award: U.S. Dramatic, Presented by Acura. The event is free to attend, but registration is required.
Sundance Institute’s Utah Community Programs are supported by Principal Sponsor Zions Bank; Major Supporters State of Utah, Utah Division of Arts & Museums, and University of Utah Health; and Community Supporters Peggy Bergmann; Summit County Recreation, Arts and Parks (RAP) Tax; and George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation.
RESERVATION NOTES FOR THE DRIVE-IN:
– Reservations are per car per film. Advance registration is required to attend.
– Cars will be assigned specific spots based on height at the entrance gate, with larger/taller cars in the back.
– All patrons must arrive in a vehicle – scooters and walk-ups will not be allowed due to COVID-19 restrictions.
– Please arrive at least 30min before the film starts to insure that we can load all the cars in before showtime.
– Tickets will be released to the waitlist 10min prior to showtime, so if you do not check in at least 15min before the published start time for the film your spot cannot be guaranteed.
Fresh popcorn, candy and drinks will be available for purchase.
In order to insure the safety and well-being of our community during the COVID-19 pandemic, the following rules must be followed. Non-compliance will result in immediate expulsion from the event without a refund.
Vehicles spots have been spaced to allow for social distancing between cars and groups. Attendees are requested to stay within their designated space. We require all people to wear a face mask if they choose to be out of their vehicles. Please adhere to the rules we know: maintain a distance of 6 feet from others not in your immediate friend/family group, use a face mask in group settings and when you are visiting the concessions stand or restrooms, wash hands using soap and/or use hand sanitizer. Above all else, we ask that you use common sense and respect the well-being of those around you.
Dogs are not allowed at this event.
Please do not come if you are sick, or experiencing any COVID symptoms. We will ask individuals to leave if they are unable or unwilling to abide by the rules. Additional questions? Check out our Twilight Drive-in FAQ page.