Central Park Film Festival

Celebrate 100 years of movie making in Central Park during our FREE August film festival. The first film shot in Central Park was Romeo & Juliet (1908). Since then, 250 films have used the Park as a backdrop. The Central Park Conservancy & Bloomberg LP host five nights of free film.

Central Park Film Festival
August 19 – 23
8:00 pm
Rumsey Playfield (enter the Park from Fifth Avenue & 72nd Street)
rain or shine

8/19: Working Girl
8/20: The French Connection
8/21: Strangers on a Train
Friday 8/22: Moonstruck (*Introduced by writer John Shanley)
Saturday 8/23: August Rush (*Featuring a performance by the film’s choir, IMPACT)

Central Park Film Festival
August 19 – 23
8:00 pm
Rumsey Playfield (enter the Park from Fifth Avenue & 72nd Street)
rain or shine
8/19: Working Girl
8/20: The French Connection
8/21: Strangers on a Train
Friday 8/22: Moonstruck (*Introduced by writer John Shanley)
Saturday 8/23: August Rush (*Featuring a performance by the film’s choir, IMPACT)
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