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2015 Film Night in the Park San Francisco

This August & September, the 2015 Film Night in the Park is bringing fantastic movies to San Francisco’s parks! Bring a picnic — & the whole family — to enjoy great summer nights! More info & schedule below.

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2015 Film Night in the Park Info & Schedule:

2015 SF Neighborhood Theatre Foundation Film Night in the Park2015 Film Night in the Park
August 22-September 26, all films begin at dusk | Free

Dolores Park, Washington Square Park, & Union Square
More info: http://sfntf.squarespace.com/filmnight/

Film Night in the Park Schedule:

TOY STORY (1995), Saturday, August 22nd, Union Square

FARGO (1996), Saturday, Sept. 12th, Wash.Sq. Park

BACK TO THE FUTURE (1985), Saturday, Sept. 26th, Dolores Park

About Film night in the Park:

Film Night in the Park is San Francisco’s premiere outdoor film series. Six film night screenings in 2012 were attended by almost 20,000 film-goers. Over 100,000 people have attended Film Night in San Francisco since 2003. Films are presented free of charge on a giant outdoor screen in beautiful park settings. Attendees are encouraged to picnic before screenings and are discouraged from bringing chairs.

Getting to Film Night:

Guests are encouraged to walk, bicycle or take public transportation to all Film Night in the Park screenings.

Dolores Park
Dolores Park is bounded by Dolores, Church, 18th and 20th Streets and the film will be screened in the park at Dolores and 19th Streets. Dolores Park is served by the MUNI Metro J-Line and by MUNI’s 33-Ashbury. The 16th Street BART/MUNI station on Mission Street is a 15-minute walk from Dolores Park.

Washington Square Park
Washington Square is located at the intersection of Columbus and Union Streets in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood. The Park is served by MUNI bus lines 15, 30, 45 and 39. The Powell/Mason Cable Car line stops one block from the Park (at Union).

Union Square                                                                                                                                                                    Union Square is bounded by Powell, Post, Stockton and Geary Streets in San Francisco. It is served by all MUNI Metro lines (Powell Street Station), by BART (Powell Street Station), and by multiple MUNI bus and cable car lines.

More info: http://sfntf.squarespace.com/filmnight/


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