July 15, 2009
The Image Mill show tells the story of Quebec City's history.
Québec City is reprising The Image Mill, a multi-media show that was a huge hit during the city’s 400th anniversary celebrations.
During the show, images are projected onto the Old Port’s Bunge grain silos, which form the equivalent of 25 IMAX screens.
Spanning four centuries, the Image Mill tells the story of Québec City’s history through the use of four themes: water, earth, railroad and air. The City of Québec will be creating an area with reserved seating on the Noah wharf, behind the Espace 400e pavilion.
Tickets are available on the Billetech network.
The Image Mill will run from July 3 to Sept. 13. Showtimes are 10:00 p.m., in July; 9:30 p.m., in August and 9:00 p.m., in September.
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