Tribeca Film Festival Drive In FREE Outdoor Screenings

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April 17, 2014 – April 20, 2014 all-day
220 Vesey Street
New York, NY 10282


Tribeca Drive-In movie series on the waterfront plaza at Brookfield Place, sponsored by AT&T and hosted by Brookfield Place. The series will kick off on Thursday, April 17 with the 50th anniversary screening of the classic Disney film Mary Poppins, the 30th anniversary of Ron Howard’s Splash starring Tom Hanks, John Candy, and Daryl Hannah on Friday, April 18, and closing with the world premiere screening of the soccer documentary Next Goal Wins on Saturday, April 19.

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Thursday-Saturday, April 17-April 19

8:15 p.m.; doors open at 6 p.m.

Brookfield Place outside of the Winter Garden

Sponsored by AT&T and hosted by Brookfield

TFF’s outdoor screening series features the following films for this year’s Tribeca Drive-In. The free evening of cinema under the stars is open to the public, and seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open and programs begin at 6 p.m., with screenings starting at dusk (approximately 8:15 p.m.).


Mary Poppins  – Thursday, April 17

Directed by Robert Stevenson

The Banks children just can’t get along with the nannies hired by their overbearing banker father. Then the wind picks up in the east, someone knocks at the door, and all of their lives are changed forever. Fifty years ago, Mary Poppins floated off of the silver screen to become one of the most beloved movie musicals of all-time. Julie Andrews delivers a star-making title performance, alongside Dick Van Dyke as the lovable jack-of-all-trades, Bert. Courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures.

Come early for Disney-themed trivia contests, a “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” spelling bee, face-painting, food trucks and a high-flying kite show.


Splash – Friday, April 18

Directed by Ron Howard

Allen Bauer nearly drowns off the coast of Cape Cod. He wakes on the beach beside a beautiful woman, who all-too-quickly disappears into the ocean. But the real mystery begins days later when she reappears at the Statue of Liberty guarding an incredible secret, as Allen falls wholeheartedly in love. Celebrating its 30th birthday this year, Ron Howard’s rollicking New York comedy-caper stars Tom Hanks, Daryl Hannah, Eugene Levy, and John Candy. Courtesy of Touchstone Pictures.

Come early for Tails of Glory (the award-winning dancers from the Coney Island Mermaid Parade) performing a rockin’ homage to cinema. Plus face-painting, food trucks and more…


Next Goal Wins – Saturday, April 19

Directed by Mike Brett and Steve Jamison

World Premiere, Documentary. When the American Samoan national soccer team suffered the world’s worst defeat, losing to Australia 31-0, these tiny islands crash-landed into last place in FIFA world rankings, and became known as “the worst team in the world.” More than a decade later, they have not yet won an official match. Next Goal Wins follows their miraculous efforts as they train for the next World Cup. Led by an eccentric new coach, they have a chance to redefine their international reputation.


Come early for live Samoan drummers, virtual soccer drills, face-painting, food trucks and more…