Free Spring Break Film Screenings

Since the fall of 1999, the Park City Film Series, has brought films to Park City and Summit County that are often not readily available at larger, commercial theatres. Most weekends you can find screenings Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 6pm, at the Jim Santy Auditorium. The auditorium seats 400 patrons and is located at 1255 Park Avenue, in the historic building that originally housed the high school.

From documentaries to independent film to special events, the Park City Film Series takes its service to our community seriously. And nowhere is that commitment more evident, perhaps, than during spring break. From April 10-14, the Park City School District observes spring recess, meaning you might have some restless children on your hands. What better way to pass a few hours than by attending a free screening of some beloved movies, including Moana, E.T., and Arrival? The movies are shown at 3pm each weekday during the school break. Underwritten by Jafflz, and presented in partnership with the Park City Library, these movies are free and open to the public.

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