Did you know that there are free movies all the rest of the summer at Millennium Park?
Here’s the info from the City of Chicago website:
The popular Millennium Park Summer Film Series returns, Tuesdays, June 13 through September 5, at 6:30pm. This year’s line-up kicks off with the 1980 Chicago classic The Blues Brothers, the second place finisher in last year’s audience choice vote. Highlights include: Caddyshack presented by KPMG Women’s PGA Championship; a 30th Anniversary screening of The Princess Bride; a Full Moon Double Feature with Ghost and The Shining; a 25th Anniversary screening of Wayne’s World; and a special daytime showing of the 1937 classic Snow White on Thursday, August 24. The series also includes Millennium Park’s first Spanish-language film with the presentation of El Norte on July 11.
Guests may take a seat at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion or lounge on the Great Lawn as crowd-pleasing movies are presented on the state-of- the-art, 40-foot LED screen.
Films will be screened with English subtitles or captioning unless otherwise noted.
A ChicagoMade Short will showcase a short film by a Chicago-based filmmaker prior to each feature screening of the Millennium Park Summer Film Series. The series is a celebration of the robust local independent film community and a showcase of entertaining work produced by talented Chicago-based artists and is a program of the Independent Filmmaker Initiative. The complete list of selected films is listed here. Enjoy!