Alamo Drafthouse and Levi's present the 2010 Rolling Roadshow

Wanna see Jackie Brown tonight outdoors for free in Los Angeles? The Alamo Drafthouse and the Levi’s brand present the 2010 Rolling Roadshow, a nationwide tour of free outdoor 35mm screening experiences pairing everyone’s favorite films with the famous locations where they were shot or set. This year, the Alamo Drafthouse and the Levi’s brand have partnered to champion some of cinema’s most celebrated workers. “We Are All Workers” is the underlying theme of this year’s Rolling Roadshow, which will be brought live to movie lovers throughout the hazy summer nights of August.

Free "Jackie Brown" screening tonight in LA!

All Rolling Roadshow “We Are All Workers” screenings are free and open to the public. Some screenings may feature surprise celebrity guests, and each location will feature fun events including city-wide scavenger hunts hosted in partnership with social networking platform Gowalla, after parties and more. Check out the full screening lineup below.
·       August 6 – JACKIE BROWN in Los Angeles, Calif.
The Proud Bird (New location!) – in the grassy rear lawn, in the shadow of LAX, where Pam Grier's flight attendent gets busted by the ATF, kick-starting the high stakes game of double-cross and intrigue is the perfect spot for Tarantino's airline-centric pot-boiler. Seating is not provided, so please bring your blankets or camping chairs to this event. Schedule permitting, the director will be in attendance. Screening starts at 8pm, 11022 Aviation Blvd.
·       August 7 – DIRTY HARRY in San Francisco, Calif.
Washington Square Park – the sniper serial killer scouts the park from a rooftop in this park, lining up his next victim in crosshairs in this chilling scene.
·       August 8 – THERE WILL BE BLOOD in Bakersfield, Calif.
The Oil Experience, Kern County Museum – Oscar-nominated director Paul Thomas Anderson frequented this museum, dedicated to the early oilmen in Bakersfield, CA, for inspiration and research while adapting Upton Sinclair’s Oil! The film’s wooden derrick was modeled after the museum’s replica and the screening will be held under the shadow of this derrick.
·       August 8 – CONVOY and RED DAWN in Las Vegas, N.M.
Ft. Union Drive-In – in the name of blue collar masculinity, here is a double feature of desert action and power! CONVOY, a Sam Peckinpah-directed movie about truck drivers, and RED DAWN were both filmed in Las Vegas, New Mexico.
·       August 13 – THE BLUES BROTHERS in Joliet, Ill.
Old Joliet Prison – in the film’s opening, “Joliet” Jake Blues exits these prison gates to be picked up by his brother Ellwood in their iconic battered police cruiser.
·       August 14 – ROBOCOP in Detroit, Mich.
Russell Industrial Center – betrayed by his corporate creator, Robocop takes refuge at an abandoned industrial complex and sets the stage for the bloody (and toxic waste-infused) showdown with Clarence Boddicker and his gang of cop killers.
·       August 19 – ROCKY, ROCKY II and ROCKY III in Philadelphia, Penn.
Philadelphia Museum of Art – moviegoers will sit on the same steps where Rocky made his triumphant ascension at the conclusion of one of the most epic training montages…ever. Frequent fist-pumping encouraged.
·       August 20 – ON THE WATERFRONT in Hoboken, N.J.
Pier A Park – watch one of the all time greats, Marlon Brando in ON THE WATERFRONT, on the waterfront. The classic film was shot on location on the piers of Hoboken, N.J. Adjacent to Pier A is the Hoboken Historical Museum with detailed information about the filming locations. 
·       August 27 – THE GODFATHER II in New York, N.Y.
Rooftop Near Little Italy – an ambitious young gangster named Vito Corleone earns the “Don” after taking down a local crime boss. In a spectacular sequence from the inarguably best sequel of all time, Robert De Niro tracks his target from the rootops of Little Italy.
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