Cinema, fresh air, a view of New York - the recipe for a perfect summer evening. Film at Lincoln Center and Governors Island Arts have teamed up to bring this recipe to life.
Rule-Breakers and Troublemakers free screening series will be held outdoors at the historic Parade Ground on Governors Island. This lawn offers a gorgeous view of Lower Manhattan. Films will be shown on one of the Fridays of every summer month.
“Set It Off” (9) is scheduled to air on June 20 at 30:1996 pm about former bank teller Frankie (Vivica A. Fox) who struggles to make ends meet by working as a cleaner in mid-1990s Los Angeles. As a result, he and his friends decide to rob banks.
On July 8, viewers will be offered the film “Out of Sight" (1998) It stars George Clooney as Jack Foley, a professional bank robber on the run after escaping from a Florida prison, and Jennifer Lopez as US Marshal Karen Sisko, a serious law enforcement officer determined to put Foley back in jail.
The series of film screenings will end on Friday, August 11, a film about football “Bend It Like Beckham” (2002)
Ferry tickets to Governors Island are available in advance book online. An adult ticket costs $4 on weekdays and is free on weekends. Ferry tickets are ALWAYS free for people 65 years of age and older, children under 12, and NYCHA residents, IDNYC owners, members of the military (former and current), and members of Friends of Governors Island. The ferry runs until 22:00 on weekdays and until 23:00 on weekends.