by Nicholas Camacho
June 9th, 2014

“I’ll have what she’s having!”

Last month as part of their first-ever Film For All Campaign, AT&T asked members of the public to tweet the film they thought all New Yorkers should see. The votes have been tallied and New Yorkers have spoken! TFF presenting sponsor AT&T announced that Rob Reiner’s 1989 romantic comedy classic When Harry Met Sally will screen at outdoor venues in all five boroughs simultaneously on the evening of June 24. Written by the beloved Nora Ephron, starring Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan, When Harry Met Sally follows an evolving friendship through twelve years of chance encounters in New York City. The film raises the question, “Can men and women ever just be friends?”

Screenings are free and open to the public.

Tuesday, June 24
Doors open at 7PM
Movie starts at 8:30PM

Manhattan: Solar One
at 23rd Street and the East River, (24-20 FDR Drive Service Road East, Manhattan)

Bronx: Bronx Terminal Market
(610 Exterior Street, Bronx)

Brooklyn: The Beach at Coney Island
(3059 West 12th Street, Brooklyn)

Queens: Socrates Sculpture Park
(3134 Vernon Boulevard, Long Island City)

Staten Island: Richmond County Bank Ballpark
(75 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island)

Rooftop Films is dedicated to bringing films to unique outdoor locations, and this event certainly encapsulates that philosophy. We’re proud to support this exciting film event and we can’t wait to see people showing up across all five boroughs for one of the most classic New York films ever made. It’s hard to beat a free film screening, and with a show in each borough there’s nothing stopping you from catching this beloved flick under the NYC sky.

If you haven’t seen ‘When Harry Met Sally’ I’m not sure if we can be friends, so check out the trailer below and get your butt to one of these venues on Tuesday June 24th!


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Rooftop Films is a New York based non-profit whose mission is to engage diverse communities by showing independent movies in outdoor locations, producing new films, coordinating youth media education, and renting equipment at low cost to artists.


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