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Friday, December 8, 2006

Finally! Guerilla Drive-In Winter Schedule!

Live Modern, Enjoy a Modern Movie!
2006 Winter Schedule

is an outdoor movie theatre under the stars that springs up in the fields and industrial wastelands.  Beyond showing great movies and bringing a broad community together, part of our mission is helping reclaim public space and transforming our urban environment into the joyful playground it should be.

8:00 pm every month all winter,
at the Bike Church, 703 Pacific Ave,
of Laurel

PLUS thrilling and funny short films, an intermission, great company, and a rollicking bike ride after the movie.

BRING blankets, pillows, friends, wine, & food to share for intermission. Donations to support the project are more than welcome.


 December 15th

A solemn and ruminative espionage thriller set in the Middle East, George Clooney is a longtime CIA agent whose last secret mission puts him in the middle of a dangerous conspiracy of government corruption, oil, and international terrorism.

Battle of Algiers

 January 12th

A gripping, extraordinary, 1966 documentary-style depiction of the Algerian's people's struggle to liberate themselves from France. The film creates a stunning illusion of realism by combining newsreel footage with staged sequences featuring amateur and professional actors playing characters based on real people.


 February 9th

Dustin Hoffman chronicles the short life and career of controversial stand-up comedian Lenny Bruce.  This film captures Bruce's complex character, and traces his beginnings in the Catskills to his rising popularity, his anti-establishment politics and the humor that put him at odds with obscenity laws.


 March 9th

Tampopo was dubbed the first "noodle western" for its delightful parody of American Westerns and Japanese samurai films. A young widow who runs a small noodle restaurant in Tokyo, a cowboy hat-wearing truck driver, gourmand hobos, and the search for the perfect bowl of ramen.

The Edukators (or something else!)

 April 14th

In the Edukators idealistic youth break into mansions, not to steal, but to prank the ruling class.  They stack furniture, put artworks in the toilet and stereos in the fridge, then leave a note saying, "Your days of plenty are numbered."  (A little debate within the collective, so we just might show something else here.)

DIRECTIONS The Bike Church location is at 703 Pacific Ave, near the Saturn Cafe.

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