Street Food Cinema
Time Out says
Outdoor movie season isn’t canceled—it’s just headed to the drive-in. Seasonal fave Street Food Cinema is making some social-distancing–friendly tweaks to its schedule this summer and parking itself at a few locations for drive-in movie screenings.
The series—which includes flicks like 500 Days of Summer, The Sandlot and The Princess Bride—will host free screenings at Ontario International Airport’s Lot 5, as well as paid ones ($20 per car plus $8 per person) at the Brandeis-Bardin Campus in Simi Valley, Oak Canyon Park in Orange County and King Gillette Ranch in Malibu (they’re also overseeing Level 8 Drive-In atop the Americana). And yes, the usual rotation of food trucks will thankfully still be showing up to screenings.
There are some important rules you’ll need to follow: Guests must remain in their vehicles (except for when going to the restrooms or food trucks) and wear masks when interacting with staff. Cars must park one space apart from each other. And though outside food and beverages are permitted, dogs are not.
|Venue name:||King Gillette Ranch|
26800 W Mulholland Hwy
|Price:||$20 per car plus $8 per person|