Bethesda Outdoor Movie Series To Screen La La Land and Four Other Films This Year

The annual community event takes place nightly from July 18–22


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The Bethesda Outdoor Movie Series

Bethesda Urban Partnership

The big outdoor movie screen is coming back to Bethesda’s Woodmont Triangle for another year.

Bethesda Urban Partnership is once again sponsoring its outdoor movie series at the corner of Norfolk and Auburn avenues in mid-July.

This year’s movie selection includes the Academy Award-winning musical La La Land, the American classic The Wizard of Oz, the seminal baseball film Field of Dreams, Dead Poet’s Society featuring Robin Williams as an English teacher at an all-boys preparatory school, and Hidden Figures, the story of African-American female mathematicians at NASA.

The free movies will be shown at 9 p.m. from July 18 to 22. Residents and visitors are encouraged to arrive early and bring chairs.

Here is the screening schedule:

July 18: The Wizard of Oz

July 19: Field of Dreams

July 20: Dead Poet’s Society

July 21: Hidden Figures

July 22: La La Land

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