L.A.’s Arclight Cinemas Pop-up Drive-In Will Debut Dave Franco’s The Rental in July

ArcLight Cinema will host a pop-up at the Vineland Drive-In Movie Theater on one night only. While the doors of ArcLight Cinema remain closed, the brand will bring its diverse film community together for a special advance screening of the IFC Party. The rent First direction of Dave franco All the cast including Alison Brie, Dan Stevens, Sheila Wand and Jeremy Ellen White were presented on Thursday 18 June at 8:30 pm. The film will have a special advanced screening before its July 24 release and will feature a live post-screening Q&A with director Dave Franco. ArcLight chose the title as a celebration of independent filmmaking and chose the Vineland location to capture the magic and sadness of the classic drive-in experience. Moviegoers can expect to receive a complimentary popcorn and signature ArcLight Caramel Corn for some of their favorite ArcLight Hollywood employees to watch and enjoy with the film.

“Given the current climate, now, more than ever, ArcLight continues to believe in the importance of community and the power of storytelling through film,” said Vince Swajkowski, Chief Marketing Officer, ArcLight Cinemas. “We are thrilled to be able to bring the filmmakers together for this special experience.”

“IFC Films is proud to be involved with the team at ArcLight to present a special sneak screening.” The rent The following week at The Vineland Drive. Over the past few months, IFC Films has focused on the drive-in’s rich filming tradition, which provides a safe and unique place to enjoy movies right now. Watching films with the audience under the stars is a totally unique experience and we cannot think of a more perfect film. The rent To celebrate the storied history of the Vineland Drive-In, ”said IFC Films’ Ariana Boko and Lisa Schwartz.

In The rent, Two couples on a seaside become suspicious that the host of their reasonably rented house may spy on them. Before long, what should have been a celebratory weekend trip is far more sinister, as well as revealing secret secrets and four old friends come to see each other in a whole new light. Sheila Wand stars in this unnecessary and sophisticated debut thriller from Alison Brie, Dan Stevens, Jeremy Allen White, and Dave Franco (The neighbors, If beale street can talk, The disaster artist).

Opened in 1955, Vineland is one of the longest-running drive-in movie theaters in California and one of only two remaining drive-ins in Los Angeles County. For this special event, the gates will open at 6:45 pm. Show time is 8:30 pm. Vineland Drive-In is located at 443 Vineland Avenue, City of Industry, CA 91746, approximately 30 minutes drive from ArcLight Hollywood.

Each $ 55 ticket package includes entry for a car. There is no passenger limit for this incident. A signature ArcLight Caramel Corn and a regular popcorn will also be complimentary. Vineland’s concession stand will be closed for this event; However, filmmakers are invited to bring their favorite movie pairings with them.

Safety protocols will be in place to protect our guests, employees and the community. Each car must ensure that there is a space between their car and the next. Guests will be asked to practice social distance at all times

Event tickets can be purchased on EventBrite.

From special artists’ Q&A to screen-inspired food and drink, revolving costume exhibitions, and more, ArcLight Cinema has long been an industry leader, striving to go beyond the traditional film experience. The first ArcLight opened its doors in the heart of Hollywood in 2002, including the world-famous Cinerama Dome — a Los Angeles landmark and host to more than 50 years of premieres, blockbusters and cinematic advancements. This prime location has become an essential part of Hollywood clothing and the center of ArcLight’s ongoing mission to celebrate its passion for new craftsmanship. Today, with locations in Chicago, DC, San Diego, Los Angeles and Boston, ArcLight seeks to promote a more meaningful film experience at the intersection of film, food, and music. With an ad-free environment, all reserved seating areas, and world-class vision and sound, guests can enjoy films as intended by filmmakers.

Brian B in Moviab

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