Film starts at 7:30pm
Wine consumption is allowed during the film.
Note: The New 900 sq ft LED Screen is Amazing! Cost = $550,000
The films in the inaugural series — were chosen to show off the screen and the venue's award-winning sound system, said Rich Moskal, whose Chicago Film Office guided the programming choices.
"Sing'in In The Rain"
Fortunes changed for silent actors with the advent of talkies in 1920s Hollywood. While Kelly’s Don Lockwood makes an easy transition, it’s a different story for his co-star whose dialogue must be dubbed by Reynold’s character, an aspiring young actress. The film is the number one movie musical of all time as chosen by the American Film Institute. 1952 (103 min.)
Location on the Lawn TBD, but we'll probably try to be more centrally located than our usual spot.