Vertigo

Saturday, October 12th, 6:45 p.m.

In "Vertigo," an ex-police officer who suffers from an intense fear of heights is hired to prevent an old friend's wife from committing suicide, but all is not as it seems. Hitchcock's haunting, compelling masterpiece is uniquely revelatory about the director's own predilections and hang-ups and is widely considered to be one of his masterworks.

"For the first time in 50 years, a movie other than Citizen Kane has topped one of the most widely recognised canons in cinema - Sight & Sound's esteemed 10-yearly poll of critical favourites. That film is Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo." (Sight and Sound, Apr 29, 2016)

Saturday, October 12th, 6:45 p.m. seating; film starts at 7 p.m., Cascadia House, admission: Free. Any donations for time and expenses are appreciated.

First-come, first served. Please reserve your space(s) on our website so we know that you are coming, and please only reserve a place when you are truly attending in consideration for others and your hosts. The private Vancouver residence address will be given upon sign-up.

Please bring a pillow to ensure your comfort, and a healthy finger food or beverage to share.

Come and meet like-minded spiritual and metaphysical community at the Cascadia House Conscious Cinema gatherings held monthly. We have a brief social meet-and-greet and show a film chosen specifically nourish our spirits -- whether comedy, drama, documentary, or ??? We're open to your suggestions! There will be an intermission to mingle, meet, and discuss. After the film we'll continue the discussion, and simply socialize!

The Cascadia Room has a theater screen with HD projector and high-quality sound. We can seat about 18 people on backjacks (which are floor seats), as well as snuggly foam mats and pillows so you can recline while watching.

 

Sign-up for Vertigo

Conscious Cinema

Come and meet like-minded spiritual and metaphysical community at the Cascadia House Conscious Cinema gatherings held monthly. We have a brief social meet-and-greet and show a film chosen specifically nourish our spirits -- whether comedy, drama, documentary, or ??? We're open to your suggestions! There will be an intermission to mingle, meet, and discuss. After the film we'll continue the discussion, and simply socialize!

The Cascadia Room has a theater screen with HD projector and high-quality sound. We can seat about 18 people on backjacks (which are floor seats), as well as snuggly foam mats and pillows so you can recline while watching.

Pictured here is the group of 14 delightful souls who attended the inaugural first showing of a movie at Cascadia House, which was Wayne Dyer's The Shift during January 2019.