It’s time for the Old Pasadena Film Festival

Jul 08, 2010 by Lisa Newton

Mark your calendars: The Old Pasadena Film Festival starts tonight. The Pasadena Film Festival is totally free. That’s right, it’s a free four-week movie series that unites film with urban settings, taking place on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, from July 8th, through the 31.st.

The Old Pasadena Festival showcase, is the largest outdoor film festival in Southern California, and is known for the depth and breadth of the variety of genres that reflect the urban environment of Old Pasadena’s famous and historic downtown.

In order to make it easier for you to find the film you want to watch at the venue you’re looking for, here’s a mapped location of each venue and the days and films being shown at each one.

One Colorado Courtyard, 41 Hugus Alley

Thursday, July 8th: Annie Hall (1977), 8:30pm
Friday, July 9th: Mary Pickford shorts+ orchestra, 8:30pm
Saturday, July 10th: The Women (1939), 8:30pm
Thursday, July 15th: Harold and Maude (1971), 8:30pm
Friday, July 16th: How to Marry a Millionaire (1953), 8:30pm
Saturday, July 17th: The Way We Were (1973), 8:30pm
Thursday, July 22nd: Sorry Wrong Number (1948), 8:30pm
Friday, July 23rd: Death Becomes Her (1992), 8:30pm
Saturday, July 24th: Bringing up Baby (1938), 8:30pm
Thursday, July 29th: Labyrinth (1986), 8:30pm
Friday, July 30th: Mae West Double Feature, 8:30pm
Saturday, July 31st: All About Eve (1950), 8:30pm

Distant Land, 56 S. Raymond Ave.

Friday, July 9th: Chocolat (2000), 7:30pm
Friday, July 16th: Seven Years in Tibet (1997), 8:30pm
Friday, July 23rd: Before Sunrise (1995), 7:30pm
Friday, July 30th: Before Sunset (2004), 7:30pm

Mills Alley, 22 Mills Place

Saturday, July 17th: Jurassic Park (1993), 8:30pm

Central Park, 260 S. Raymond Ave.

Saturday, July 24th: Troop Beverly Hills (1989), 8:30pm


View Old Pasadena Film Festival Venues in a larger map

On the last day of the Festival, another venue will also be featured, but is yet to be disclosed, although it’s hinted to be a drive-in. And the movie to be shown at said drive-in?

Night of the Living Dead (1968)

After all, what right minded film festival wouldn’t end without a showing of George Romero’s classic film of Zombies.

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