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Screenings

If you’ve got screen-time overload, and want to see some of our local films out in the real world, join us for one of these safe, and physically distant screenings.

Outdoor Screenings

Saturday, August 29

8:00PM

Churchill Field Playlot Park

1825 N. Damen Ave.

Saturday, September 5

8:00PM

Ping Tom Memorial Park Boathouse

298 W. 19th St.

RESCHEDULED

Tuesday, September 15

7:30PM

Jackson Park Perennial Garden

5900 S. Stony Island Ave.

Featuring

The First Lions (Erin Babbin and Michael Sullivan) with The Good of Chicago: Humboldt Park (El C. Concepción) and Generation One (Sohib Boundaoui)

Featuring

The Chicago River (The Chicago Jazz Philharmonic) with Last Slice (Cai Thomas and Ankur Singh), Touch and Go Chess Party (Paul Restivo) and Douglass (Cai Thomas)

RESCHEDULED FROM SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

Featuring

Bird of Paradise (Alexander Zorn), Kim’s Big Date (Claire McFadden), Periphery (Lonnie Edwards), Transparent Delusion (Haomin Peng), Viktory (Stephanie Jeter)

Drive-In Screenings

Tuesday, September 1

8:00PM and 9:30PM

Fosco Park

1312 S. Racine Ave.

Thursday, September 3

8:00PM

Portage Park

4100 N. Long Ave.

Featuring

Bittersweet (Dan Holmes), Go, Go Boy (Oriana Oppice) , My Mattachine (Martin Mulcahy), Noodles & Incense (Rey Tang), Rear View (Steve Kniss)

8:00 Screening - SOLD OUT - GET STANDBY TICKETS

9:30 Screening - REGISTER HERE

Featuring

BREAK. (Lucas Guy Taylor) and MUSE (Max Zuckert)

This screening is SOLD OUT - GET STANDBY TICKETS

HEALTH & SAFETY GUIDELINES FOR IN-PERSON SCREENINGS

In accordance with Be Safe Chicago Phase IV Guidelines for Parks and Recreation Activities, participants in this activity will be required to wear a mask and practice social distancing at all times while participating.Patrons who are exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19 are asked to stay home and join us for a movie when symptoms subside. For more information about enjoying Movies in the Parks safely this summer, click here.

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