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Outdoor Movie Series

Reels on Wheels Outdoor Movie Series

Wednesdays at 8:45pm

This summer, FringeArts’ annual outdoor movie series moves to the Holiday Inn Express parking lot (next to FringeArts) for three free screenings from the comfort of your car. We are adhering to strict public health guidelines to ensure a safe and pleasant experience for all movie attendees: parking spaces will be spaced more than 6 feet apart, viewers must remain inside cars, and masks are required if leaving your vehicle. Space is limited—so be sure to RSVP in advance!

“Although we wish we could all be gathering together in the Biergarten with themed drinks in hand, we are living in a very different world right now. But with the pandemic aside, now is the time to come together (metaphorically—for now) as families and communities in support of this unprecedented and essential movement and moment in time. We hope that you and your loved ones will join us as we dive into the magical world of Ava DuVernay’s A Wrinkle in Time, follow along the whimsical journey of Hushpuppy in Beasts of the Southern Wild, and lastly end our series with the sobering film The Hate U Give, which sheds a unique perspective on a young Black girl’s experience with police brutality and the pressures of her community. We are excited to be sharing these stories with you, and we are looking forward to seeing you at Reels on Wheels.”
–Catherine Preston, curator

2020 Films

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Safety Guidelines

FringeArts is implementing strict guidelines to ensure a safe and pleasant experience for all movie attendees. There are a limited number of parking spaces available to allow for proper physical distancing, and a representative from each vehicle must RSVP in advance to attend. Tickets will be scanned at the entrance to the parking lot, and audiences will watch the films—projected onto the south wall of the FringeArts building—from inside their vehicles and access the audio via radio. 

Patrons will be required to remain inside their cars for the duration of each screening, unless an occupant needs to leave the vehicle to use the restroom or for a matter of health or safety. Masks or face coverings must be worn by all patrons when not inside a vehicle. Two port-a-potties will be available exclusively to Reels on Wheels patrons in the FringeArts parking lot next door. An attendant will disinfect the restrooms at frequent intervals and monitor the line and rate of occupancy throughout the evening.

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