The Tribeca Film Festival, presented by American Express from April 17-28, has announced the return of its signature free community events, including the Tribeca Drive-In (April 18-20), which will be screening two classics near and dear to genre fans' hearts. Read on for the details.
From the Press Release:
The popular Tribeca Drive-In is back at Brookfield Place (World Financial Center Plaza), co-sponsored by At&T and JetBlue and hosted by Brookfield. Kicking off this beloved series will be the classic Hitchcock film The Birds, followed by Tim Burton’s beloved horror comedy Beetlejuice. Before each movie be sure to join in on games and activities for all ages, including trivia contests, ghoulish costume contests, face painting, prize giveaways, and more.
These free evenings of cinema under the stars are open to the public, and seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. The programs will begin at 6:00 Pm, »
- The Woman In Black
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