We all can and do and should go see films in the place we're used to seeing them: a seat in a row in a theater.
But any time a movie is shown in an unusual locale -- say, Grand Hope Park, adjacent to a bevy of food trucks -- we should all jump at the chance. Wait. Don't jump. Might spill your bucket o' popcorn.
And on Saturday, July 10 -- and on Saturdays July 17 and 24, too -- they'll be showing silents and classics out on the lawn at 8 p.m. You're invited to show with a blanket, chair, and picnic, and of course ten bucks to get in.
This is our question: Will we be watching evening fall on the imposing facades of these cinematic abodes, or will we be watching the screen? Both. There will be looking back and forth, likely.