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Drive-In at Zidell Yards

Presented by Zidell and Northwest Film Center

August 3-5, 2013

Walk – bike – aerial tram – streetcar – drive-in to classic date night cinema under the Ross Island Bridge. Snacks available, space for your blanket or lawn chair.

SHOWTIME: Gates at 7:30, show time at dusk. Midnight Saturday showing of Dazed and Confused, gates at 11 p.m.

ENTRY: $8 per person. $12 per person for the August 3 double feature. Tickets at the gate only.

FOOD: Olympic Provisions will be the on-site food vendor, serving frankfurters, brats and käsekrainer (Austrian smoked cheese dog). Plus popcorn and non-alcoholic drinks! Sorry, No outside food or drink is allowed.

LOCATION: Entrance gate is located at 3030 SW Moody Ave  Portland, OR 97239. View map & get directions

IMPORTANT DETAILS: Cash only. No outside food or drink. There will be limited bleacher seating, and the rest is gravel, so be sure to bring a chair or a cushy blanket if you are not in a car! Sound will be broadcast via local FM transmission and speaker system.


Saturday, August 3

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN (dusk)
US 1950
Directors: Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly

Join star Gene Kelly and friends for this dazzling, exquisitely saturated Technicolor musical about filmmaking, widely regarded as one of the finest and most endearing films to come out of the Hollywood studio system. (103 mins.)


DAZED AND CONFUSED (midnight)
US 1993
Director: Richard Linklater
Linklater, in one of the most successful and iconic comedies of the ‘90s, trains his camera on the last day of the ’75-’76 school year, where two social groups—incoming freshmen and soon-to-be-seniors—navigate the uncertain, charged waters of being teenagers with nothing to do and nowhere to go. (102 mins.)


Sunday, August 4

JAWS
US 1975
Director: Steven Spielberg
A killer shark. Frantic masses on the beach. Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss, and Robert Shaw in their heyday. Marvel as these five amazing forces collide in the first blockbuster ever to grace the silver screen, before blockbusters were a weekly occurrence. (124 mins.)

 

 

Monday, August 5

BLUE VELVET
US 1986
Director: David Lynch
A young man (Kyle McLachlan), upon finding a severed ear in a field, sets forth on a journey through the unexpectedly seedy underbelly of his hometown in Lynch’s maniacally warped yet visually sumptuous vision of small-town Americana. (120 mins.)

 

 

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