SF Reverses Decision: Allows Sundance Film Festival Drive-In Despite City Ban
Thanks to KQED for letting us know that the Sundance Film Festival’s Drive-in screening will be allowed to take place in San Francisco once again.
San Francisco city officials previously had stated that drive-in theaters would not be allowed under the current stay-at-home orders in the city, despite the fact that the state allows them.
San Francisco’s historic Roxie Theater was selected as a one of 30 presenters for this year’s film festival which will happen simultaneously across the country at selected venues, a first for the festival which normally takes place in Park City, Utah. It’s the only Northern California presenter, along with the state’s other two venues in the Los Angeles area.