Cinespia Movie Screenings

Cinespia Movie Screenings

Los Angeles, CA , United States
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Free, Family-friendly

Pack a picnic basket and blanket, and head out to one of the city’s most iconic summertime gatherings: a series of cult movie screenings that takes place in the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, where the likes of Johnny Ramone, Cecil B. DeMille, Jayne Mansfield, and more have been laid to rest. Potluck with friends as the sun sets, listen to music themed to the feature du jour, then catch films like “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” “Carrie,” or “Fight Club.” Arrive early, as prime seating goes fast, then relax under the silhouettes of palm trees while the smell of sweet kettle corn wafts through the warm summer night’s air.

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