The Northwest Film Center and Portland Art Museum have collaborated to offer a drive-in movie experience at Zidell Yards featuring both big-budget, and independent films for all ages.
Here’s a partial list of upcoming showings. Movies begin at dusk:
Weekend 1 - Theme: Man Kind
Aug. 6: “Kindergarten Cop,” directed by Ivan Reitman (1990)
Aug. 7: “John Lewis: Good Trouble,” (new release) directed by Dawn Porter (2020)
Aug. 8: “Moonlight,” directed by Barry Jenkins (2016)
Weekend 2 - Theme: Ch, Ch, Changes
Aug. 13: “Milk,” directed by Gus Van Sant (2008)
Aug. 14: “Fast Times at Ridgemont High,” directed by Amy Heckerling (1982)
Aug. 15: “Do the Right Thing,” directed by Spike Lee (1989)
Weekend 3 - Theme: Black Lagoons, Bowie & Badass Women
Aug. 20: “Creature From the Black Lagoon,” directed by Jack Arnold (1954)
Aug. 21: “Labyrinth,” directed by Jim Henson (1986)
Aug. 22: “Knives and Skin,” directed by Jennifer Reeder (2019)
Weekend 4 - Theme: Living, Loving & Phoning Home
Aug. 27: “Sword of Trust,” directed by Lynn Shelton (2019)
Aug. 28: “E.T. The Extra Terrestrial,” directed by Steven Spielberg (1982)
Aug. 29: “The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert,” directed by Stephan Elliott (1994)
There will also be a regional short film shown before each feature film. Sound will be sent into vehicles over a limited FM transmission.
Tickets are $35 per car, $45 for trucks, vans and SUVs, and $55 for premium seating. All tickets and concessions will besold online, and in advance only. No walk ups, or night-of tickets will be available.
Zidell Yards is at 3030 S. Moody Ave., Portland.