Movie Screenings

As San Antonio celebrates its Tricentennial, Texas Public Radio partners with the San Antonio Film Commission (a division of the City of San Antonio’s Department of Arts & Culture) and Slab Cinema to present six free outdoor screenings of films shot in San Antonio, at (or near!) their actual locations. Bring your own chairs and blankets. Movie starts at dusk.

Sponsored by Briscoe Western Art Museum, La Villita and Slab Cinema

Outdoor movies on the restored screen of the former Mission Drive-in are sponsored by the City of San Antonio World Heritage Office. Bring picnics, lawn chairs and blankets. Pet-friendly, starts at dusk.

Film on the Green

A black and white thriller about a prince who is brought back to life after nearly 3700 years and wreaks havoc upon the archaeologists who disturbed his tomb. Bring a blanket (or chairs), picnic and your friends. Food truck and cash bar on site.

Free with Museum admission.

 

Outdoor movies on the restored screen of the former Mission Drive-in are sponsored by the City of San Antonio World Heritage Office. Bring picnics, lawn chairs and blankets. Pet-friendly, starts at dusk.

When his beloved bicycle is stolen at a shopping mall, Pee-wee Herman (Paul Reubens) sets across the country on the adventure of a lifetime. Believing his bike is in the basement of the Alamo, Pee-wee hitchhikes to Texas charming bikers, waitresses, and movie producers along the way. In his first feature film, Tim Burton directs and Danny Elfman composes the score. 

USA. 1985. English. 91 min. Color. PG. Warner Bros.