Street Food Cinema 2014

pulpfictionposterStreet Food Cinema outdoor screening series is taking place during summer at Exposition Park, downtown Los Angeles, except for a few screenings being scheduled in Culver City, West Hollywood, Glendale and Pomona.

The event features classics such as Pulp FictionThe Rocky Horror Picture Show (already screened last year), Fight Club and The Dark Knight plus one recent release, The Wolf of Wall Street (see full list below). Once again, don’t expect to discover anything new, unless you have been living under a rock – this is more about the experience …

In terms of food, you will find dozens of trucks, including favorites such as the Grilled Cheese truck and the Lime truck; Several bands will also be playing, mostly newcoming indie acts.

Tickets are priced at $6 for kids, $12 for general admission and $17 for reserved seating on the lawn (yes, there has been an increase in pricing compared to last year).

For more information about music, food and get tickets, visit their website.

Here is the full schedule:

Exposition Park (700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles)

  • May 24: Say Anything
  • May 31: Goodfellas
  • June 7: The Rocky Horror Picture Show
  • July 5: Fight Club
  • July 12: Bridesmaids
  • July 19: Pretty in Pink/Weird Science Double Feature!
  • July 26: The Wolf of Wall Street
  • August 2: Dazed and Confused
  • August 9: Reservoir Dogs
  • September 6: Pineapple Express
  • September 13: Garden State
  • September 20: Aliens
  • September 27: Beetlejuice

Glendale Central Park (201 E Colorado St. Glendale)

  • July 5: ET
  • July 12: The Dark Knight
  • July 26: Sandlot
  • August 2: The Goonies
  • August 9: Ghostbusters
  • August 16: Back to the Future
  • August 23: Clueless

Pomona Fairplex (1101 W McKinley Ave., Pomona)

  • June 14: Pulp Fiction

Veterans Memorial Park (4117 Overland Ave., Culver City)

  • June 14: Bring it On

Brookside Park (Rose Bowl Dr,.Pasadena)

  • June 21: Mean Girls
  • July 19: Labyrinth
  • August 30: Casablanca

Poinsettia Recreation Center (7341 Willoughby Ave., West Hollywood)

  • June 21: Mean Girls
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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.