Have you wondered how the film is projected onto our big screen for the Film Festival? Or perhaps you've been curious about the vintage Airstream trailer that appears on the eastern end of the lawn on Sunday evening?
Would you believe that the two questions are related? The large projection that thousands of Film Festival spectators watch comes from a single window of that shiny, silver Airstream trailer.
|The trailer, on the eastern edge of the lawn, sits opposite the screen.|
|The projector takes up quite a bit of space in its cozy trailer home.|
Be sure to stop by the eastern edge of lawn to check out this blast-from-the-past when you join us this Monday for 1984's Karate Kid. A bullied high school student is taken under the wing of an elderly handyman, Mr. Miyagi, and taught self-defense through Karate.
HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival
Mondays, June 16 through August 18
Lawn opens at 5pm
Films start 30 minutes after sunset