Thursday, July 8, 2010

Do It. Old Pasadena Film Fest.

Honestly, if you don't see an outdoor movie screening sometime this summer, you really have no excuses. Because here's another one to get you in the summer spirit, and totally worth heading up the 110 to catch.

The Old Pasadena Film Festival takes place for three weeks in July, featuring multiple screenings on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays all throughout the lively Old Pasadena district. Beginning tonight, you can catch modern classics like Annie Hall, Jurassic Park, Labyrinth, Harold and Maude and more in the area's many courtyards and other mini open spaces.

And since it's free, it's simply the perfect way to kick off your weekend. Think enjoying a fun dinner at Il Fornaio, Buca di Beppo or A'Float Sushi, then grabbing dessert at 21 Choices before heading to a nearby courtyard to see Night of the Living Dead. Perfect for a date night, or just hanging out with friends, all in one convenient spot.

The Old Pasadena Film Festival begins tonight in the One Colorado Courtyard, 41 Hugus Alley with Annie Hall at 8:30pm. For more info, click here.

-- Chau Tu

Photo credit: Old Pasadena Film Festival

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