Three Dollar Bill Cinema returns to Capitol Hill's Cal Anderson Park with FREE outdoor movies! Your parents may warn you to not hang out with these unconventional misfits but see how much fun you'll have when you do! When parents say no, we say yes!
BUT I'M A CHEERLEADER (1999)
A bubbly high school cheerleader (Natasha Lyonne) has her world turned upside-down when she is sent to an over-the-top boot camp because of her “lesbian tendencies.” With bad-to-the-bone queer crush (Clea DuVall), a “straight is great” coach played by RuPaul, and a lot of poorly repressed teen hormones at “True Directions” camp, the joke is on them!
Three Dollar Bill Cinema's full «Parental Advisory?» outdoor movie series:
AUG 11 – BEETLEJUICE bit.ly/2qOycFh
AUG 18 – BUT I'M A CHEERLEADER bit.ly/2qTvIAB
AUG 25 – JUNO bit.ly/2sCLhO4
All screenings begin at sunset (around 8:40 ᴘᴍ) at the SE corner of Cal Anderson Park. ARRIVE EARLY to get a good seat and join us for the pre-show events. Concessions will be open and DJ Toya B will start at 7 ᴘᴍ. Official announcements and activities will begin at 8 ᴘᴍ with a special performance by CHEER Seattle!
All films will have subtitles. This is a smoke-free event. Bring low-backed chairs or blankets for seating, please. Hot popcorn, cold drinks, candy, and other concessions for sale on site. Limited lawnchair rentals available. Proceeds benefit Three Dollar Bill Cinema’s efforts throughout the year to provide voices and visibility for the LGBTQ community through film and video. More info at threedollarbillcinema.org
** As we move towards the Autumn months, the unfortunate likelihood of bad weather increases. In the event of rain, we will make a decision to move forward or to cancel at 6:00pm on the evening of the event.
This series wouldn't be possible without our fabulous sponsors. Please help us thank them!
Alaska Airlines, BECU, Vulcan Inc, Pride Foundation, Pacific Medical Centers, City Arts Magazine, C89.5, True North Land Surveying, Seattle Gay News, Seattle Gay Scene, 101 Broadway Apartments, Seattle Parks Dept