Outdoor Movie Guide

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Summertime is movie time in NYC! Pack a picnic, grab some wine, and enjoy seeing some of your favorite films in spectacular locations. Films generally start at as the sun goes down. HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival Bryant Park, Manhattan ... more

Summertime is movie time in NYC! Pack a picnic, grab some wine, and enjoy seeing some of your favorite films in spectacular locations.

Films generally start at as the sun goes down.

HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival
Bryant Park, Manhattan
Monday Nights

2019 Season has concluded

Movies with A View
Brooklyn Bridge Park
Thursday Nights

August 29: Public Vote


Pier I Picture Show
Riverside Park South (at 70th Street), Manhattan
Wednesday Nights, 7:00pm

Season has ended


Hudson Riverflicks Iconic NYC Films
Pier 63 (at 23rd Street) Chelsea, Manhattan
Wednesday Nights, 8:30pm or dusk.

Season has ended

Hudson Riverflicks Family Fridays
Pier 46 (at Charles Street), Greenwich Village, Manhattan
Friday Nights, 8:30pm or dusk.

August 23: Trolls


Movie Under the Stars
Prospect Park, Long Meadow North
Wednesday Nights

Season has ended

Summerscreen
McCarren Park, N. 12th St. Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Thursday Nights

August 29: Audience Choice


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