Thank you for making Film Night in the Park 2004 such a resounding success! Our largest crowd ever (over 3,000) attended "Harold and Maude" at Dolores Park. Over 7,000 people attended our four Film Night in the Park screenings this year. See you under the stars next year!
North Beach Restaurant, Caffe Puccini, Bi Rite Market, Nomad Rugs, Robert Holgate Design, Faye's Video, Jeffries Natural Pet Foods, Retro Fit, Jessica Lanyadoo Tarot and Astrology, Lexington Club, Tartine, The Salon
What to Bring:
Bring blankets and other comforts appropriate for lawn seating (but please no chairs that will obstruct the views of others).
Getting to Film Night:
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. Guests are encouraged to take public transit to the event. 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. Valet bike parking will be provided by the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.
Previous Film Nights
3,000 filmgoers attended Film Night in the Park screenings at Dolores Park and Washington Square Park in May. Attendees enjoyed two classic San Francisco films - "What's Up Doc?" and "The Maltese Falcon". Outdoor screenings continue throughout the Summer and early fall in Marin County. Visit www.filmnight.org for information about Film Night in Marin.
Film Night at Washington Square Park featuring "Vertigo", 9/11/03
Film Night at Washington Square Park featuring "The Maltese Falcon", 5/29/04 (Image 1)
Film Night at Washington Square Park featuring "The Maltese Falcon", 5/29/04 (Image 2)
Film Night at Washington Square Park Event Poster
Film Night at Dolores Park featuring "What's Up Doc?", 5/15/04 (Image 1)
Film Night at Dolores Park featuring "What's Up Doc?", 5/15/04 (Image 2)
Film Night at Dolores Park Event Poster