Films on the Pier, Flicks From The Hill, and Open Air Film Fest

Films on the Pier. Broadway Pier, (410) 563-9011, fellspointmainstreet.org or facebook.com/FilmsOnThePier. There are few better places to watch a movie than the Broadway Pier, what with the waterfront views, historic homes, and endless bars and restaurants within stumbling distance. This series sticks to more current fare, as evidenced by last summer's screenings of Drive, Bridesmaids, and The Hunger Games. Check back on the event's Facebook page for a full schedule.

Flicks From The Hill. Thursdays 5-11 p.m. July 11-Aug. 22, American Visionary Art Museum, 800 Key Highway, (410) 244-1900, avam.org, free. These outdoor film screenings, brought to you by the folks at American Visionary Art Museum, feature classics on the big screen. Also, enjoy free admission to the museum between 5-9 p.m. on film nights.

July 11: West Side Story
July 18: Pee-Wee's Big Adventure
July 25: Rear Window
Aug. 1: Raising Arizona
Aug. 8: Cry-Baby
Aug. 15: Finding Forrester
Aug. 22: The NeverEnding Story

Open Air Film Fest. Fridays 7 p.m.-11 p.m. July 5-Aug. 30, Little Italy Open Air Theater, corner of High and Stiles streets. Enjoy Italian (and Italian-American) films projected outside every Friday in July and August. Enjoy live music before the movie starts and scarf down free popcorn. Movies start at 9 p.m. Dates and films for 2013 haven't been announced as of yet; check littleitalymd.com for scheduling.

 


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