ST. LOUIS, April 26, 2019—Movie buffs can head to Forest Park on four Friday evenings starting July 12, when the Saint Louis Art Museum’ transforms Art Hill into the city’s largest cinema for a celebration of big-screen dream teams.
The lineup for the 10th annual Art Hill Film Series is inspired by the spirit and support from all the squads, groups and crews that have gathered together on Art Hill to watch movies under the stars for the past decade. The free screenings include “Black Panther” (July 12), “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” (July 19), “Oceans 8” (July 26) and “The Goonies” (August 2).
Free parking and seating at the Art Hill Film Series will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and, before the films, explore the Museum’s galleries or grab a bite at the annual Food Truck Fest, presented by event partner Sauce Magazine. Moviegoers also are welcome to pack their own food and picnic on Art Hill.
The party starts at 6 pm with music and the Food Truck Fest provided by Sauce Magazine; films begin promptly at 9 p.m. Coolers and picnic baskets are welcome, or purchase drinks from the Panorama tent or food from the Cafe. In the event of severe weather, the museum will announce any delay or cancellation on Facebook and Twitter. You also may call 314-721-0072 for updated information. For more information about the Art Hill Film Series, visit slam.org/ArtHillFilms.
The Art Hill Film Series is presented by Macy’s and additional support is provided by Wells Fargo Advisors.
CONTACT: Matthew Hathaway, 314.655.5493, firstname.lastname@example.org