Eat See Hear

eat see hear posterCombining movie screenings, concerts and food trucks, Eat See Hear is taking place throughout Los Angeles from May 11th to September 14th.

While the movies presented are pretty familiar this event provides the opportunity to enjoy outdoor screenings with some food truck bites.

Our picks are the following:

  • The Warriors Drive in , LATTC, downtown L.A., August 24th
  • Pulp Fiction, Los Angeles State Historic Park, downtown L.A., August 31st
  • Donnie Darko, Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica, August 3rd

Here is the full line-up:

June 8th – Centennial Square at Pasadena City Hall – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
June 15th – Los Angeles State Historic Park, Downtown – Fight Club
June 22nd – Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica – Say Anything
June 29th – Los Angeles Trade Tech College, Downtown – Boogie Nights **Drive-In**
July 6th – Los Angeles State Historic Park – Stripes
July 13th – Paul Revere Middle School, Brentwood – Elf **Christmas in July Event**
July 20th – Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica – Coming to America
July 27th – Los Angeles Trade Tech College, Downtown – Almost Famous **Drive-In**
August 3rd – Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica – Donnie Darko
August 10th – Paul Revere Middle School, Brentwood – Kingpin
August 17th – La Cienega Park, Beverly Hills – Big (25th Anniversary!)
August 24th – Los Angeles Trade Tech College, Downtown – The Warriors **Drive-In**
August 31st – Los Angeles State Historic Park, Downtown – Pulp Fiction
September 7th – Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica – Back to School
September 14th – Los Angeles State Historic Park, Downtown – Breakfast Club

As for the food trucks, I haven’t tried any the ones listed on the website, but as long as there is a lobster truck, I’m there …

For more information and get tickets, visit http://eatseehear.com

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Fred Thom

Fred Thom

Editor-in-Chief/Founder/Film Critic at Plume Noire
The founder and editor-in-chief of Plume Noire, Fred Thom covers film festivals and writes movie reviews. He was born in Marseilles, France and is now living in Los Angeles, California.