NoMa Summer Screen Movies Announced – OUTLAW HEROES

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From a press release:

Mark your calendars now for NoMa Summer Screen, the neighborhood’s most anticipated event of the year, with 13 weeks of OUTLAW HERO films! Now in its sixth year, the award-winning outdoor film series will feature classic American westerns, space invasion thrillers, 80’s comedies, and more.

NoMa Summer Screen is a free, 13-week outdoor film series in NoMa, Washington, D.C.’s fastest growing neighborhood. Every Wednesday from May 22 to August 21, hundreds of neighbors gather at 7 p.m. for music, giveaways, food trucks, picnicking, and fun for the whole family. Films start at dark. All movies are screened with subtitles. Coolers, children and friendly (leashed) dogs are welcome.

Outlaw Heroes:

May 22: Indiana Jones: Last Crusade
May 29: Star Trek (The Future Begins, 2009)
June 5: The Princess Bride
June 12: The Italian Job (2003)
June 19: Goonies
June 26: Breakfast Club
July 3: The Fugitive
July 10: Bridesmaids
July 17: Moonrise Kingdom
July 24: True Grit
July 31: Hunger Games
August 7: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
August 14: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
August 21: Rain Date

Family Film Night at Sursum Corda schedule after the jump.

Now in its third year, the NoMa BID will also sponsor Family Film Night at Sursum Corda, where families and children gather for free family-centric movies (also fitting the ‘Outlaw Hero’ theme) and free food. Family Film Night will take place on four Tuesdays this summer:

June 18: How to Train Your Dragon
July 9: Brave
July 23: The Incredibles
August 6 (in conjunction with National Night Out): Toy Story 3

The event starts at 7 p.m. with kid-centric activities and free food. Films start at dark.

10 Comment

  • They picked the wrong Indiana Jones, Star Trek, Italian Job, and probably True Grit.

  • I appreciate and value these types of movie screenings. They are an awesome community benefit and should happen more.

    That said, anyone have an incredibly hard time hearing, seeing and sitting at the NoMa series? The amount of chairs blocking views, poor sound from the speakers making it impossible to hear much and tons of rocks and debris on the hill/field made it a horrible experience. Half of our group left early last year. The other half stayed to finish the food and bev.

    On a more positive end note, the food trucks are awesome and I hope they are there this year and that things improve.

  • “Family Film Night at Sursum Corda”

    – Well played, well played.

  • Toy Story 3: the best movie about death for small children!

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