Park City International Summer Film
Park City Film will once again be screening international film this summer, sharing great stories from around the world. The summer film series is presented in partnership with the Park City Library as part of the School Break Film Series. The School Break Film Series provides students, who are on a Park City School District break, a secure and entertaining space to engage with international film produced by talented individuals across the globe.
All films will be screened in English every Tuesday, beginning June 18th and ending August 13th. And it get’s better, admission and popcorn are free!
See film schedule below:
June 18th: Selena (PG, 127 min) – USA
June 25: Mary and the Witch’s Flower (PG, 103min) – Japan
July 2: The Fox and the Child (G, 92 min) – France
July 9: Capture the Flag (PG, 97 min) – Spain/USA
July 16: Bend it Like Beckham (PG-13, 112 min) – UK/Germany/USA
July 23: March of the Penguins (G, 86 min) – France
July 30: Castle in the Sky (PG, 126 min) – Japan
August 6: He Named Me Malala (PG-13, 87 min) – USA/United Arab Emirates
August 13: Children’s Film Festival Seattle Shorts Program #1: Through the Rainbow (All ages, 68 min) – International
Each film will start at 6:30pm, although screening times vary, so be sure to take note of the movie lengths located by the film’s title. You may also click on any of the film titles listed above to watch a short trailer.
If you wish to do so, advanced ticket purchasing is available online at Park City Film. Online sales will close two hours before each showtime and all online ticket purchases will be held at will call at the Box Office. The Box Office opens one hour before screening time for all in-person ticket sales.
Films will be screened throughout the summer so that you and your family or friends can make time to enjoy an evening of international film that works with your schedule. Film night means much more than just watching something on a screen, it also brings everyone together to bond and appreciate the work that goes into creating an engaging motion picture. Start plotting your summer film watching schedule now!