Feature Film Program

Queens Drive-In: Black Bear + Lost Highway (Double Feature)

Filmmaker Lawrence Michael Levine hand picked David Lynch’s Lost Highway to accompany the New York premiere of his latest film, Black Bear.

$45-75; one ticket admits one car


Fri Nov 13 6:30 PM

The Films

Black Bear

Lawrence Michael Levine | US | 104

2020. With Aubrey Plaza, Christopher Abbott, Sarah Gadon, Paola Lázaro, Grantham Coleman. At a remote lake house, a filmmaker plays a calculated game of desire and jealousy in the pursuit of a work of art that blurs the boundaries between autobiography and invention.

Lost Highway

David Lynch | US | 134

1997. With Bill Pullman, Patricia Arquette, Balthazar Getty, Robert Blake. In legendary director David Lynch’s scariest film—his closest to a genuine horror—a saxophonist and his wife are haunted by a mysterious stalker. Just when the viewer gets its footing in this moody, nighttime world, the film morphs into a violent gangland noir. Lost Highway takes viewers down some of the most disturbing rabbit holes in any American mainstream film, and features unforgettably chilling images and atmospheric low-light photography by Peter Deming that envelops the viewer like a shroud.

Event Details

6:30 PM
Doors Open & Pre-Show Begins
7:30 PM
Black Bear Begins
9:15 PM
Intermission Q&A with director Lawrence Michael Levine
9:30 PM
Lost Highway Begins
All Queens Drive-In attendees will need to enter via the 111th Street/49th Avenue entrance to the New York Hall of Science. There will be no access from the Grand Central Parkway. Please take the Long Island Expressway to the 108th Street exit, and take local streets to the entrance for all vehicles on 49th Avenue and 111th Street. Signs and staff members will direct you to the Drive-In upon arrival.

For complete Drive-In FAQs, head here.

PLEASE NOTE: Both films in this program are rated R (Black Bear for language throughout, sexual content, drug use and some nudity; Lost Highway for bizarre violent and sexual content, and for strong language) and may not be considered appropriate for younger audiences. Viewer discretion is advised.


Queens Drive-In at The New York Hall of Science

47-01 111th St, Corona, NY 11368

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