Arclight Boston Cinemas will host a unique pop-up a night at the movies Vineland Drive-In. While ArcLight Cinemas ‘doors are closed, the brand will bring his film diverse community together for a special advance screening of IFC Films’ The rent of the first film directed by Dave Franco with a stellar cast including Alison Brie, Dan Stevens, Sheila Vand and Jeremy Allen White’s eighteenth Thursday in June at 20:30.
This will be an exclusive advanced screening before the release of July 24th for the film, and will feature a concert back to the Q & A with director Dave Franco. ArcLight selected this title as a celebration of independent film and chose the Vineland location in order to capture the magic and nostalgia of the classic drive-in experience. Viewers can expect to see some of their favorite ArcLight Hollywood staff and to receive signature complimentary popcorn and candy corn ArcLight to enjoy with the film.
Since molten exclusive Q & A, sting screen inspiration, rotating exhibits of costumes, and more, ArcLight Cinemas has long been a pioneer in the industry, trying to go beyond the experience of going to the traditional film and explore the endless possibilities of what could be.
The launch in 2002, the first ArcLight opened in the heart of Hollywood, incorporating the Cinerama Dome, a landmark of Los Angeles world famous and hosted more than fifty years of premieres, successes and movie trailers. since this flag location has become part of the fabric of Hollywood and the genesis of the current mission to innovate ArcLight, celebrate and share their passion for the craft of the film with the world.
Today, with offices in Chicago, DC, San Diego, Los Angeles, and now Boston, ArcLight seeks to promote the most significant of going to the cinema everywhere at the intersection of film experiences, food and music. And with advertising free environments, comfortable seating, and world-class sight and sound technology, guests have the ability to enjoy movies as the filmmakers intended.
Given the current climate, now more than ever, ArcLight still believes in the importance of community and the power of storytelling through film,” said Vince Szwajkowski, director of marketing, ArcLight Cinemas. “We are delighted to bring fans to the cinema together for this special experience.
“IFC Films is proud to join forces with the team at the ArcLight present a special advance screening of the rental in Vineland Drive-In next week. In recent months, IFC Films has focused on the rich tradition of going to the drive-in cinema ins, which provide a safe space and unique to enjoy movies at this time. is a totally unique experience of watching movies with an audience under the stars and could not think of a more perfect movie to rent to celebrate long history of Vineland Drive-in, “said Arianna Bocco and Lisa Schwartz of the IFC Films.
In rent, two couples on a getaway Oceanside suspect that host its seemingly perfect rental home can be spying on them. Before long, what it should have been a celebration weekend shifts trigger something much more sinister, like well-kept secrets are exposed and the four old friends come to see each other in a whole new light. Alison Brie, Dan Stevens, Jeremy Allen White, and Sheila Vand star in this baffling and sophisticated thriller debut of Dave Franco (Neighbors, If Beale Street could talk, artist Disaster).
Opened in 1955, Vineland is one of the drive-in rooms longest running film in California and one of the two remaining drive-ins in the county of Los Angeles. For this special event, doors will open at 6:45 PM. Showtime is 8:30 PM. Vineland Drive-In is located in Vineland Ave. 443, City of Industry, CA 91746, an approximately 30-minute drive from ArcLight Hollywood.
Each package $ 55 ticket includes admission for one car. No passenger limit for this event. ArcLight signature candy corn and a regular popcorn also be free. It concession stand Vineland will close for this event; However, viewers are invited to bring their favorite movie pairings with them.
Security protocols are in place in order to protect our customers, employees and the community. Each vehicle must ensure that there is a space held between your car and the next. They will be asked guests to practice social distancing at all times
Since molten exclusive Q & A to power the screen of inspiration and drink, rotating exhibits of costumes, and more, ArcLight Cinemas has long been a pioneer in the industry, trying to go beyond the experience of going to the traditional cinema. The first ArcLight opened in the heart of Hollywood in 2002, incorporating the vault of the Cinerama, a benchmark and host Los Angeles world famous more than 50 years of blockbusters, new releases, and advances film.
This flag location has become an essential part of the fabric of Hollywood and downtown ongoing mission ArcLight to innovate and celebrate their passion for film craftsmanship. Today, with offices in Chicago, DC, San Diego, Los Angeles and Boston, ArcLight seeks to promote the most significant of going to the movies at the intersection of film experiences, food and music. With advertising free environments, to be booked, and world-class sight and sound, guests can enjoy movies as the filmmakers intended.