“Temescal Street Flicks” Outdoor Homegrown Movie Night | Oakland
Temescal Street Flicks, an engaging outdoor film series every Thursday evening runs September 7 to 21, 2017 in the heart of Temescal at the weekly pop-up pedestrian plaza (Telegraph and 46th) in Oakland along with food and craft beer for purchase from Off the Grid.
Rather than showing boring major blockbusters, Temescal Street Flicks will focus on showcasing local, independent and family-friendly films.
Temescal Street Flicks 2017
September 7 to 21, 2017
Every Thursday | 7:30-9:30pm
Kasper’s Plaza | 4521 Telegraph Ave., Oakland
Temescal Street Flicks will focus on showcasing local, independent and family-friendly films including feature films: Ghost Town to Havana, HITS, California Typewriter and Free: The Documentary (about Destiny Arts Center).
In addition, each movie night will include several local short films, and Q&A with the filmmakers. The weekly outdoor films will draw local Oakland residents and attendees from all over the Bay Area.
2017 Film Lineup:
- Thursday September 7 | Featured Short: Donut Shop | Featured Film: Ghost Town to Havana
- Thursday, September 14 – Dance Night | Featured Short: Trailhead | Featured Film: FREE The Documentary (about Destiny Arts Center).
- Thursday, September 21 | Featured Shorts: Que Siga La Cumbia (Keep the Cumbia Going) and Fresh Frozen | Featured Film: HITS
- Thursday, September 28 – Shorts Night Finale | Featured Shorts: Sin Pais (without Country), Beyond Recognition, and Women’s March
Temescal Street Cinema
Submitted by Rena