Wednesday, June 10, 2015
LA's Summer Film Screenings 2015
*films do not occur every night, check schedules for specific dates.
Now until Sept 12
Tickets are $12 in advance, and a limited number of tickets will be available at the door for $14 (cash or credit card). "Fashionably Late" tickets will be available online for $20, which is a premium reserved and desirable area of the venue.
They bill themselves as the premiere outdoor film screening experience with music and food trucks. They travel a wide expanse of the LA area, so see what's playing in area you might like to go.You'll be out on lawns, so bring a blanket to lay on as you watch films on a blown up screen. That's right the screen could be used as a floatation device. Special events include "Christmas in July" celebrated on July 25 with, uggh, "Love Actually," and that night will include Santas with Christmas decorations.
Street Food Cinema
Now until Oct 31st
$11 Child Reserved
Over fifty events in eleven locations with the similar format of live music and food trucks. Don't call it a copycat, it came out the same year as EatSeeHear, it's best to say they're at a friendly competition, where we the viewers win. Same premise of viewing films outside. For a little bonus for those with dogs, your pet is welcome, but just check the venue before heading over with your pooch.
Last Remaining Seats
Now until June 27
Conservancy members for $16 and the general public for $20
Indoor classics, many already sold out, dang. High price for seeing thme in classic LA venues, not normally used year round.
Poolside Cinema at Mr. C Beverly Hills
Now until Sept 1
Mr. C Beverly Hills Hotel
1224 Beverwil Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Adults are $75 and children ages 4- 12 $45; bottomless Bellinis and mimosas are $30.
Every other Tuesday enjoy classics by the pool. Special events include Champagne and oyster night, and a Father's Day Grillata. It's all high style a delish food.
Summer Movie Fest@CSUN
Now until Aug 27
8111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, CA 91330
General parking available for $6 at student lots
Enjoy cinema at a local college on Thursday nights; the Oviatt Library Lawn is quite nice to gaze up and look at the stars... on the big screen. Oh, CSUN, why did you even build a new playhouse?
Know of more outdoor screenings, tell us by commenting.
Even more places
The 2015 Map Guide to Los Angeles Outdoor Movie Screenings