Brooklyn Drive In Movie Festival at the Army Terminal Throughout the Summer

Posted By NYC Newswire

It looks like the Drive-In concept is back,  thanks to the unfortunate COVID-19 pandemic. The renovated Brooklyn Army Terminal will be transformed into an old fashioned Drive-In.

Rooftop Films, a Brooklyn based non profit, is bringing the Drive-In concept to the Brooklyn Army Terminal, with current movie dates running from July 17 – August 1.

The Festival includes the following films:

  • John Lewis: Good Trouble
  • The Rental by Dave Franco, Alison Brie and Dan Stevens
  • The Fight
  • Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets
  • She Dies Tomorrow
  • The Outside Story

Go to the Roof Top Films website to purchase tickets and get details. You pay per car.

To enter the Brooklyn Army Terminal, drive southbound down 1st Avenue to the corner of 58th Street. The entrance is located at 80 58th St. and from there signs and Rooftop Films staff members will direct visitors to the drive-in. Tickets are $45 per car and the staff will organize parking as to put shorter vehicles closer to the screen.

Checkout the FAQ list on the Roof Top Films website.


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