Beginning Wednesday, June 25 at 7:00PM, the Office of Motion Picture and Television Development will host an outdoor film series at the St. Elizabeth’s East Gateway Pavilion
The eight week long event will feature films tied to different themes. There will also be live music, performances, contests and special giveaways taking place before the start of each film.
Food trucks and other approved vendors, as well as informational booths aimed at promoting various community programs and initiatives will be on sight.
As of now, this is the only summer film series set to take place east of the river, so don’t miss out!
Celebrating Black History Month: June 25– 20 Feet from Stardom (Rated PG)
Honoring Military/First Responders: July 2– The Guardian (Rated PG-13)
Celebrating African American Heritage/Local Legends: July 9– Talk to Me (Rated R)
Honoring Returning Citizens: July 16– Life of a King (Rated PG-13)
Celebrating Latino Heritage: July 23– My Family…My Familia (Rated R)
Celebrating Technology: July 30– Wall-E (Rated G)
Celebrating Arts and Dance: August 5– Rize (Rated PG-13)
Celebrating Family Reunions: August 13– Are We There Yet (Rated PG)