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Rooftop Films and New York City Economic Development Corporation have teamed up to create The Brooklyn Drive-In, popping up at The Brooklyn Army Terminal in Sunset Park.
With film festivals shut down or postponed around the world, this series is a way to access those sought-after flicks including new and independent foreign films released this year. Since opening the gates, movies announced to hit their big screen include Dawn Porter’s documentary John Lewis: Good Trouble; Max Barbakow’s Palm Springs, Amy Seimetz’s She Dies Tomorrow, Copper Raiff’s SXSW-winning debut Shithouse and more.
Tickets, which you can find here, will be priced starting at $35 per car (up to 4 passengers per car). Doors will open each night around 7:30pm, shows will begin at 8:30pm and end by 11pm.
The Brooklyn Army Terminal
80 58th Street
Sunset Park, Brooklyn
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