Louis Bluver Outdoor Movies: Fifth Element
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Louis Bluver Outdoor Movies: Fifth Element

Curated by Catherine Haas

Venue

FringeArts
140 N. Columbus Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA
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Phone:
215-413-9006
Website:
www.fringearts.com

Part of the Louis Bluver Outdoor Movie Series.

Wednesday, August 16th at 8:30pm

Films, food, and drink al fresco at our waterfront Haas Biergarten every Wednesday evening at 8:30pm, beginning May 31st and ending August 30th. Screenings are free!  Drinks and food are available for purchase from La Peg. No tickets necessary.

In a colorful future, a cab driver unwittingly becomes the central figure in the search to keep evil at bay by protecting the Fifth Element.

“I wanted each movie I chose for this program to evoke that same sense of familiarity and shared enthusiasm.  It’s my hope that this series not only stirs up some serious nostalgia, but also reminds people how fun it is to watch a movie for the thousandth time, surrounded by people who might even know the film better than you do. It’s as close as you’ll get to actually seeing it for the first time again.” –Catherine Haas, curator

Join us for the rest of the series:
August 23, Independence Day (1996)
August 30, Weekend at Bernie’s (1989)

No tickets necessary.

Open Captioning for the Louis Bluver Summer Series Movies provided in consideration of our guests who are hearing-impaired.

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