Join us for our Virtual Family Movie Night showing Pixar’s “Onward.”
Two teenage elf brothers living in a post-magical world stumble upon a spell that can bring their father back to life. They embark on an epic, heartwarming adventure to see the spell through when it initially only brings back their father’s lower half (i.e. his legs).
On June 8th, we will email you a watchlink to watch the movie on June 9th.
On June 9th, we will email you the passphrase to watch the movie. When you open the watchlink in a supported browser (please use Chrome or Firefox, Safari is not supported), you will be prompted to enter your passphrase on a screen.:
After you enter the passphrase, the show will begin.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will I receive two separate emails to watch the show?
Yes, the day before the event, you will receive one email with the watchlink. On the day of the movie, we will send a separate email with the passphrase. Once you click the watchlink, you will enter your passphrase, and you will be able to watch the movie.
How long will I have access to the movie?
You can watch the movie until June 11th at 11:59pm.
How do I know the movies will play on my computer?
Yes, we have a mobile app you can download in Apple iTunes or Google Play Store. Step-by-step instructions may be found here.
Do the movies have closed captions?
In web-based platforms like the Swank streaming server, subtitles are utilized in the same way as closed captions are used on television. To view subtitles, click the three dots on the bottom, right-hand corner of the player. For more details, please visit our instructions under Watch Titles.
What accessibility features are available?
We recommend using Google ChromeVox screen reader. In addition, subtitles and audio tracks in many languages are easily accessed on the video player. For more information, check out the Accessibility section of this guide.
Why does the movie freeze while playing?
There may be a poor network connection. Try playing the movie in a different internet browser, computer or try a mobile device.