Brooklyn Bridge Park Summer Film Series Announced

Brooklyn Bridge Park has announced its 13th-annual “Movies With A View” SyFy summer series of free films, running from the beginning of July, every Thursday through the end of August, on Pier 1.

Ditch Plains and Calexio will offer food at the series, although visitors are allowed to bring their own snacks and beverages (sneer: no open alcohol allowed), while no chairs with metal frames are permitted on the lawn. Here’s the schedule:

July 5: “ET”
July 12: “To Kill A Mockingbird”
July 19: “Slumdog Millionaire”
July 26: “Clueless”
August 2: “Wet Hot American Summer”
August 9: “Barefoot in the Park”
August 16: “The Big Chill”
August 23: “Unforgiven”
August 30: Public vote: “Across the Universe,” “Shaun of the Dead” or “Splendor in the Grass”

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  • Zipporah Dvash

    Downstate LICH is pleased to provide ambulance coverage at the events – with the hope that no one needs to use the service.

  • AEB

    “Wet Hot American Summer”? Be still my heart!

  • Monty

    Wet Hot American Summer was co-written and co-stars Michael Showalter who is BH resident.

  • David on Middagh

    Unforgiven. Yes.

  • Heather Quinlan

    @Monty – He moved awhile back, but good to see the film up there. Personally, I’m looking forward to Barefoot in the Park.

  • She’s Crafty

    Clueless – the best line from a movie ever:
    “If I’m too good for him, why aren’t I with him?”