The Downtown Little Rock Partnership and Arkansas Cinema Society are celebrating the 90s this summer and fall with free Movies in the Pocket Park outdoor showings over the coming months.
On Wednesday, July 19th, Pulp Fiction (R-1994) will begin at 8:20 p.m. at the Main Street Pocket Park (711 Main St.). After that, movies will be shown on the third Wednesday of each month beginning at sunset.
“We’re excited to work together with the Arkansas Cinema Society to bring outdoor movies back to Little Rock. There’s something special about watching a film together with your friends and neighbors under the open sky, and its wonderful to bring new entertainment options to our Main Street Pocket Park.” - DLRP Executive Director Gabe Holmstrom
“Having come of age in the ‘90s, those movies hold a special place in my heart. So many magical films from that era inspired me to become a filmmaker myself. I am very excited that ACS is getting to team up with Downtown Little Rock Partnership to screen some classics at the pocket park.” - ACS Executive Director Kathryn Tucker
Attendees are invited to bring chairs and blankets and enjoy the outdoor fun. All ages are welcome at this free event; however, some films are more appropriate for an adult audience.
Stone’s Throw will provide beer. Water and food will be available for purchase. No personal coolers will be permitted.
Pulp Fiction (R - 1994) - July 19
Singles (PG-13 - 1995) - August 16
Fargo (R - 1996) - September 20
Hocus Pocus (PG - 1993) - October 18
Arkansas Cinema Society (ACS) is a non-profit committed to building a film community in Arkansas where film lovers can watch films, share ideas, connect with each other, and nurture the new and existing film talent within our state through increased exposure to filmmakers and their art. Memberships are available to the public at large who may wish to dive into educational videos, member-only tickets, movie swag, and more. Those interested in supporting ACS can visit their website at www.arkansascinemasociety.org