14.06.2024 - 28.09.2024

Open-air cinema at Hangar Y


The arrival of fine weather also coincides with the return of the Hangar Y guinguette!

Surrounded by greenery, with a breathtaking view of the basin and the majestic Hangar Y building, the guinguette is a must for visitors. This year, the guinguette is getting a facelift, offering a varied program to make the most of the summer season: a new menu, numerous events, DJ sets and also the first edition of its free open-air cinema!

The 7th art will be in the spotlight this summer, with eight open-air screenings between June and September.

Free ticket. Limited number of seats. Online booking strongly recommended. Arrival 15 min before the start of the session recommended.

Open-air cinema screenings on June 14 and 28, July 5, 12 and 19 and September 6, 13 and 28.

Discover the program:

Friday, July 5 – 10 p.m. : Howl's Moving Castle (2005), by Hayao Miyazaki, VF, 1h59min

The young Sophie, 18 years old, works tirelessly in the hat shop once run by her father, who unfortunately passed away. Resigned to her fate, it is during one of her rare outings in town that she meets the handsome Hauru, a magician. But the witch of the Landes, jealous of this encounter, casts a spell on Sophie, transforming her into an old lady. Overwhelmed by her new appearance, Sophie flees to the mountains and stumbles upon Hauru's home: his Howl's Moving Castle. What if all this was just the beginning of a wonderful story?

Friday, July 12 – 10 p.m. : Dilili in Paris (2018), by Michel Ocelot, VF, 1h35min

In the Paris of the Belle Époque, in the company of a young delivery man on a tricycle, the little Kanak Dilili leads an investigation into the mysterious kidnappings of young girls. She meets extraordinary men and women, who give her clues. She discovers very special villains underground, the Master Males. The two friends will fight with enthusiasm for an active life in the light and living together...

Friday, July 19 – 10 p.m.: Asterix at the Olympic Games (2008), by Thomas Langmann, Frédéric Forestier, VF, 1h53min

To win the Olympic Games and allow the young Alafolix to marry Princess Irina, Asterix and Obelix will have to face the Machiavellian Brutus, son of Caesar, in an Olympiad.