Thursday, June 28, 2012

Tonight, 'Taxi Driver,' plus more about 'Films in Tompkins' this summer

A few weeks, Scoopy at The Villager had the scoop on the free summer movie series in Tompkins Square Park... We received the news release on Tuesday... a quick note before the cut-n-paste job below. The lineup looks to have changed by one film ... "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" is off the list that Scoopy had ... "Donnie Darko" moved slots to cover that night ... and "Goldfinger" is the new addition to the lineup, which definitely sets us up for a Pussy Galore reference.

From the EV Grieve inbox...

Free. Gates Open at 6 p.m. Music Starts ½ Hour before the Start of the Film (sundown)

June 28 — Taxi Driver, Music by Mr. Reed

July 5 — Exit Trough The Gift Shop, Music by Church of Betty

July 12 — Fantastic Mr. Fox, Music by Dandy Wellington And His Band

July 19 — Summer of Sam, Music by The Debonairs and Brendan O’Hara

July 26 — Goldfinger, Music by The Luddites

Aug. 2 — Donnie Darko, Music by The Rad Trads
A Two Boots 25th Anniversary Event with Free Pizza!

Aug. 9 — The Big Lebowski, Music by Main Squeeze Orchestra
A Two Boots 25th Anniversary Event with Free Pizza!

Aug. 16 — Poltergeist, Music by Timbila

Dates subject to Rain Delays.

Films In Tompkins is sponsored by Ella, The Blind Barber, Two Boots, Grolsch, GalleryBar, Tower Brokerage and NYC& Company.


Marty Wombacher said...

Can't wait for The Big Lebowski with the Main Squeeze Orchestra! Sounds like a great evening with free pizza no less!

glamma said...

thanks grieve! awesome lineup

Anonymous said...

Hey, just a question for anyone who has attended these film nights--is there a major rat presence? Sorry, I really want to attend but I have a serious phobia.

esquared™ said...

Donnie Darko would be fun (it is a good movie and it has a great soundtrack -- Echo and the Bunnymen, The Church, Tears For Fears, Joy Division, etc. -- good times, good times) but wouldn't be as much fun to watch as Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Any reason why it was switched? They should have dropped that Banksy film instead.

Laura Goggin Photography said...

@Marty - I agree. How awesome is that?

Anonymous said...

Not sure why anyone would want to attend movies sponsored by three of the worst bars in the neighborhood and one of worst real estate brokers and developers. That's right these fims are brought to you buy:
The Blind Barber,
GalleryBar, and
Tower Brokerage.

Anonymous said...

Amen, anon 1:56.

And Grolsch Beer?

Juvenal said...

@Anonymous 1:56 ..

Your answer is here