A young Brooklyn couple heads to an upstate cabin to unplug from their phones and reconnect with each other. Blissfully unaware of their surroundings, they are left to their own devices as the planet falls under attack.
Alex H Fischer & Eleanor Wilson | US | 93
Jack (John Reynolds) and Su (Sunita Mani) are a hip Brooklyn couple who, like many of their friends, find themselves dependent on technology and unable to put down their phones. Fearing their mindless scrolling may impact their connection with each other, they seize the chance to head to an isolated cabin in the woods, vowing to unplug from the outside world for a week. Sheltered from texts and push notifications, they are blissfully unaware that the planet is under attack. As strange events unfold, the couple must figure out a way back to civilization—or what’s left of it. Courtesy of Bleecker Street.
The Great Fair
Andrew Wonder & Colleen Dodge | US | 8
Blue ribbon bunnies, galloping porkers and ginormous pumpkins. Come one, come all through this kaleidoscopic journey of the people and places that make up this most beloved but quickly disappearing American tradition.
Wong Ping's Fables 2
Wong Ping | China, US | 13
Wong Ping’s Fables 2, comprises two back-to-back animations, each of which presents a fictional story with imaginary characters, communicating a moral lesson to the viewer. Jumping between the tales of a wealthy imprisoned cow and a con-joined triplet rabbit, Wong Ping’s Fables 2 touches upon issues of greed, incarceration, digital consumerism, narcissism, and desire. Despite the vibrant and childlike aesthetic, the films address systemic issues that affect our contemporary daily lives. Ultimately, Wong Ping’s Fables 2 is a cynical and cuttingly wry source of insight into societal behavior. His unique visual language helps to diffuse the lewd and offbeat stories that explore the dark corners of human nature.
Doors Open & Pre-Show Begins
Save Yourselves! Begins
Q&A with directors Alex H Fischer & Eleanor Wilson and stars John Reynolds & Sunita Mani
Please be advised: we will be using two screens at this event. The space at the far end of the pier will be parked first, followed by the second screen closer to the terminal buildings. Upon your arrival, a parking attendant will direct you to the next available parking spot.
For entry, drive southbound down 1st Avenue to the corner of 58th Street. Entrance is at 80 58th St. Signs and members of staff will direct you to the Drive-In upon arrival.
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This film is rated R (for language) and may not be considered appropriate for younger audiences. Viewer discretion is advised.
Brooklyn Drive-In at The Brooklyn Army Terminal
80 58th St, Brooklyn, NY 11220