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29May/21

TRIBECA FESTIVAL 2021 FREE OUTDOOR SCREENINGS

The original Shaft is part of Tribeca free outdoor screenings program

TRIBECA FESTIVAL
June 10-20, free with RSVP
Other tickets and passes 20% off with code TFMEMORIAL21 through May 31
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The 2021 Tribeca Festival might have dropped the word Film from its name, but it is still jam-packed with movies, being held this year indoors, outdoors, and virtually for people hanging at home. From June 10 to 20, there will be dozens and dozens of free screenings in parks across the city, including Van Cortlandt Park, Rockaway Beach 30th St. Playground, Soundview Park, Hudson River Park, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Walter Gladwin Park, and the Battery. Below are the programs, featuring films old and new, that are still available; tickets must be reserved in advance, so you better hurry. And if you’re looking to purchase tickets for other, paid, screenings, use code TFMEMORIAL21 to save 20% through Memorial Day.

Thursday, June 10
Love and Monsters (Michael Matthews, 2020), Van Cortlandt Park, free with RSVP, 5:30

Belly (Hype Williams, 1998), Rockaway Beach 30th St. Playground, free with RSVP, 5:30

Raising Victor Vargas (Peter Sollett, 2003), Rockaway Beach 30th St. Playground, free with RSVP, 8:00

Friday, June 11
Johnny Mnemonic (Robert Longo, 1995) in black-and-white, Rockaway Beach 30th St. Playground, free with RSVP, 5:30

Bill & Ted Face the Music (Dean Parisot, 2020), Van Cortlandt Park, free with RSVP, 6:00

Edge of Tomorrow (Doug Liman, 2014), Van Cortlandt Park, free with RSVP, 8:00

Kiss the Ground (Josh Tickell and Rebecca Tickell, 2020), Rockaway Beach 30th St. Playground, free with RSVP, 8:00

The Host is screening on June 12 in Soundview Park

Saturday, June 12
Moana (Chris Williams, Ron Clements, and John Musker, 2016), Rockaway Beach 30th St. Playground, free with RSVP, 2:30

Pacified (Paxton Winters, 2020) Soundview Park, free with RSVP, 3:00

Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It (Mariem Perez Riera, 2021), Pier 76, Hudson River Park, free with RSVP, 5:00

Stateless (Michèle Stephenson, 2020), Rockaway Beach 30th St. Playground, free with RSVP, 5:30

2020: Now Showcase B: Lost & Found, Soundview Park, free with RSVP, 6:00

The Host (Joon-ho Bong, 2007), Rockaway Beach 30th St. Playground, free with RSVP, 8:00

Sunday, June 13
Takeover (Emma Francis-Snyder, 2020) and Cucarachita Martina’s Musical Adventure (Waldo Cabrera, 2020), Soundview Park, free with RSVP, 4:00

Perfume de Gardenias (Macha Colón, 2021), Rockaway Beach 30th St. Playground, free with RSVP, 4:00

Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It (Mariem Perez Riera, 2021), Soundview Park, free with RSVP, 5:00

Landfall (Cecilia Aldarondo, 2020), Rockaway Beach 30th St. Playground, free with RSVP, 6:30

Monday, June 14
The Royal Tenenbaums (Wes Anderson, 2001), the Battery, free with RSVP, 4:30

The Royal Tenenbaums will be holding court June 14 at the Battery

Thursday, June 17
2020 Shorts: Update Required, Marine Park, free with RSVP, 5:30

Tribeca NOW Special Screening: Incarceration Nations: A Global Docuseries (Dr. Baz Dreisinger), Marine Park, free with RSVP, 8:00

Friday, June 18
The Conductor (Bernadette Wegenstein, 2021), Marine Park, free with RSVP, 6:00

2020 Shorts: Animated Shorts Curated by Whoopi G 2020, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, free with RSVP, 6:00

The Sixth Sense (M. Night Shyamalan, 1999), Flushing Meadows Corona Park, free with RSVP, 8:00

Saturday, June 19
The Last Dragon (Michael Schultz, 1985), Walter Gladwin Park, free with RSVP, 2:00

Selma (Ava DuVernay, 2014), Astoria Park, free with RSVP, 2:30

He Got Game (Spike Lee, 1998), Walter Gladwin Park, free with RSVP, 5:00

Just Another Girl on the IRT (Leslie Harris, 1993), Astoria Park, free with RSVP, 5:30

Daughters of the Dust (Julie Dash, 1991), Astoria Park, free with RSVP, 8:00

Shaft (Gordon Parks, 1971), Walter Gladwin Park, free with RSVP, 8:00

Sunday, June 20
Indeed Presents Rising Voices, featuring works by Johnson Cheng, David Fortune, Stacy Pascal Gaspard, Deondray & Quincy LeNear Gossfield, Kantú Lentz, Boma Iluma, Gabriela Ortega, Dre Ryan, Elisee Junior St. Preux, and Shelly Yo, free with RSVP, Walter Gladwin Park, 11:30

James and the Giant Peach (Henry Selick, 1996), Astoria Park, free with RSVP, 3:00

The Witches (Nicolas Roeg, 1990), Walter Gladwin Park, free with RSVP, 3:00

Love and Basketball (Gina Prince-Bythewood, 2000), Astoria Park, free with RSVP, 5:00

2020 Shorts: Choose Your Battles, Walter Gladwin Park, free with RSVP, 5:30

Dead Presidents (Albert Hughes and Allen Hughes), Walter Gladwin Park, free with RSVP, 8:00

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