Summer 2009 Outdoor Movies in NYC
We’re well into Summer Concert season, but now the Summer Outdoor Movies are kicking into high gear. While the Bryant Park film series has been going on since June, most of the other film events are taking place in July and August. And let me tell you there are lots of films to choose from this summer. Definitely some good ones–like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Kung Fu Panda, and Raising Arizona. The venues range from parks to piers, and Wednesday seems to be the popular night for screenings. Here are links for more info about the screenings I’ve included in my NYC Outdoor Movie Calendar.
Bryant Park: Monday nights
RiverFlicks for Grown-ups : Wednesday nights. Movies take place at Pier 54 (14th Street/Hudson River).
Movies Under the Stars: Wednesdays at Pier 1 (Hudson River at 70th Street).
Summer Screen : Wednesdays at McCarren Park in Brooklyn
Brooklyn Bridge Park: Thursday nights in Dumbo
RiverFlicks for Kids: Fridays at Pier 46 (Charles St. at Hudson RIver). RiverFlicks for Kids features new and classic films for children and families. Movies begin at sundown (about 8-8:30 p.m.) Free popcorn is available, beverages and other snacks are available for purchase. There is a limited amount of seating available.
Central Park Film Festival: August 18-22. Movies begin at 8 p.m. at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park. Gates open at 6 p.m. Directions: Enter Central Park at 69th Street and Fifth Avenue
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