presented with Hamptons International Film Festival
Friday, August 3 | 8:30 PM | FREE | Outdoors*
2018 is the Summer of Spielberg at Southampton Arts Center! All outdoor films shown from July 6 through August 31 will be classic selections directed or written by this master of film making.
(1982 | Fantasy/Thriller | Rated PG | 120 min.)
Bizarre and creepy happenings beset an average California family, the Freelings. Husband Steve sells real estate in their ever expanding subdivision and Diane is a stay at home mom caring for their three kids, Dana, Robbie and little Carol Anne. Strange things being to occur in the house however: cupboard doors open on their own, furniture rearranges itself and chairs go sliding across the kitchen floor. It’s a bit of whimsy at first but soon becomes deadly serious when Carol Anne vanishes into a nether-world where, oddly, she can only be communicated with through the white noise on their television. A team of paranormal investigators move into the house but the forces that kidnapped Carol Anne are evil and powerful, requiring the services of Tangina, a woman who has dealt with this situation before.
“Summer of Spielberg” schedule:
Friday, July 6: Raiders of the Lost Ark
Friday, July 13: Indiana Jones & the Temple of Doom
Friday, July 20: Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Friday, July 27: Hook
Friday, August 3: Poltergeist
Friday, August 10: Ready Player One
Friday, August 17: The Post (will be shown indoors at 7 PM)
Friday, August 24: E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
Friday, August 31: Annual Screening of JAWS
FRIDAY NIGHT FILMS are offered FREE outdoors on our lawn – bring chairs, blankets and picnics!
Southampton Arts Center is delighted to partner with Hamptons International Film Festival for the fifth year in a row to offer Free Outdoor Screenings of classic movies throughout the Summer.
* Rain or Shine – in the event of rain, films will be shown indoors in the theater.
Summer of Spielberg has been made possible thanks to the generosity of The Corcoran Group and Licensed Real Estate Broker Mary Slattery.
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