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Wednesday, May 2, 2018

LA Outdoor Screening Guide 2018

Follow the links for full schedule of movies and locations.

Eat | See | Hear, starts us off May 5 drawing out into September.

" The incredible screening series will be setting up at iconic venues across Los Angeles, including The Autry Museum in Griffith Park, La Cienega Park in Beverly Hills, Centennial Square at Pasadena City Hall, North Hollywood Recreation Center, the Santa Monica High School Memorial Greek Amphitheater, and Los Angeles State Historic Park to show seminal hits such as Lady Bird, E.T., The Princess Bride, The 20th anniversary screening of The Big Lebowski, the 25th anniversary screening of The Sandlot, Selena and much more.  And it happens to be the largest dog-friendly event in the city, so you never have to feel bad about leaving your puppy at home!"

Street Food Cinema, Season 7 has already started. They have different bands and food trucks lined up for each screening.

"Now in it's 7th season , Street Food Cinema is LA's largest outdoor movie experience, combining carefully cultivated experiences  with outdoor movies, street food, audience games, live music and more. We'd love to have you join us this season for 27 weeks, 11 locations and more than 50 fantastic events!"

Rooftop Cinema Club, is also already going. They offer movies with a view of LA's skyline in Hollywood and downtown. They have quite a huge schedule this year, so give their movie list a look. You"ll be outside, wearing headphones to hear the movie in comfy deck chairs.

Cinespia, starts May 12 back at the Forever Cemetery. Their schedule is going to June, but they'll probably add more dates as times goes on.  

"Cinespia is back for our 17th season! Kick off summer with sunset picnics, great music, fun photobooths, surprise guests and favorite movies. Grab a bottle of wine, pack some food, call your friends and grab a blanket for fun all summer long. This summer is shaping up to be our best season yet, so whether you’ve been coming for years or just discovered us, we’ll meet you under the stars at L.A.’s most beautiful landmark for the nation’s largest outdoor screenings. See you soon"

Last Remaining Seats, starts its new season June 2 and lasts for a month of classics on some downtown screens.

Secret Movie Club, is already going strong. You can get a special fan made poster for each film in their season. The only downside is the awful parking at the Vista Theater. It's just sucks if you come late and there is no dedicated or pay lots.