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New York City in the summer is a glorious thing. Everyone's main goal should be to spend as much time outside as possible, huddled on a blanket with friends, devouring some bread and cheese, and enjoying the balmy climes. And if there's a good film playing in the background, well, what could be better than that? From parks to waterfronts to bars citywide—and even an aircraft carrier—there are more than 50 places screening outdoor movies this summer. They've already started, but begin to kick into gear over Memorial Day weekend, and showings last all the way into October. Search for the ones nearest you, and prepare your picnic supplies. It's time to ditch indoor cinemas in favor of these much, much better options.

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1. Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

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Pier 86
New York, NY 10036
(212) 245-0072
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The seventh year of outdoor movies atop the Intrepid is a go. Given that the series is held on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier, and not in a wide open park, space is limited. Doors open at 7:30 p.m., and the movie starts at sunset, but you can (and probably should) line up well before free tickets start getting doled out at 6:15 p.m. on a first-come, first-serve basis. To kick off Memorial Day on Friday, May 22, there's "Top Gun," followed by "October Sky" on July 9, "Moon" on July 16, "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" on July 23, "Apollo 13" on July 30, and "Wall-E" on August 6. New to this years line-up is that each screening will be introduced by a special guest—for example, "Top Gun" flight double and former astronaut Scott Altman will speak before that film.

2. Bryant Park: HBO Summer Film Fest

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E 42nd St.
New York, NY 10018

As one of the original summer film series, this one tends to be crowded. Read: you will see no grass once all of the blankets are laid mere minutes after the lawn opens at 5 p.m. The movies, which should be announced soon and begin at sunset, run every Monday night from June 22 to August 24. And remember: chairs, tables, dogs, plastic sheets, tarps, bags, and pads are not allowed. But blankets... blankets are OK.

3. Brooklyn Bridge Park: Syfy Movies

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334 Furman St
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Enjoy one of the best views in the city while watching movies at Brooklyn Bridge Park in a series that first started in 2000. The screenings take place on the sloping "Harbor View" lawn of Pier 1, just south of the Brooklyn Bridge, and they'll be held every Thursday night in July and August. Films include "Sharknado 2," "Dazed and Confused," "Dr. Strangelove," and "Die Hard. If the movie is a bore, just turn and gaze at the glittering skyline instead.

4. Prospect Park Bandshell

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Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Two films will be screened as part of Celebrate Brooklyn!, a popular annual performing arts festival: "Paris is Burning," the acclaimed documentary about NYC drag balls, will screen on June 26, and "The Son of the Sheik," a 1926 silent film, will show on July 17, offering two very different movie-watching experiences. The latter will be accompanied by an original score, played live by the Massachusetts band Alloy Orchestra.

5. Prospect Park (Long Meadow)

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Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Maybe indie documentaries aren't your thing. If you want something more family-friendly than Celebrate Brooklyn's offerings, take your kids to Prospect Park's Long Meadow for free outdoor movies. Selections include "E.T." (July 22), "Where the Wild Things Are" (July 29), "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1" (August 5), and "Happy Feet" (August 12). Pre-film festivities begin at 7 p.m., with screenings beginning at sundown. [Photo via Wally Gobetz]

6. RiverFlicks - Pier 63 Hudson River Park

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205 12th Ave
New York, NY 10001

Hudson River Park is home to many outdoor movie festivals, one of which is dubbed "Big Hit Wednesdays." It shows—surprise!—big hits on Wednesdays on the lawn of Pier 63 near West 24th Street. All of the movies are free, and the lineup this year includes modern-day blockbusters like "Selma," "Boyhood," "Interstellar," and "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I." Movies start around 8:30 p.m., and there's free popcorn. The first film is on July 8, and they happen every Wednesday till August 19.

7. RiverFlicks - Pier 46 - Hudson River Park

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West Side Highway
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Another movie series along the Hudson is called Family Fridays—just try to guess what they show and when. This series is located on Pier 46 at Charles and West Streets, and the same rules apply as for the Wednesday series: movies start at 8:30 p.m. and there's free popcorn. The first film, "SpongeBob: Sponge Out of Water," screens on July 10, and they run through August 21.

8. McCarren Park: SummerScreen

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Bedford Avenue & North 12th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211

SummerScreen in McCarren Park is more than just movies: there's both live music and food vendors, too. This year, the first film is "Clueless" on Wednesday, July 8, and the series runs for six weeks (always on Wednesdays, with "Wet Hot American Summer" and "Jurassic Park" among them), through August 11 at the corner of North 12th Street and Bedford Avenue. The entertainment is free, and doors open at 6 p.m., with the movies starting around sundown. The final film will be decided by public opinion; choices are "Back to the Future," "Do The Right Thing," "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," "Labyrinth," "Purple Rain," "Reality Bites," "The Craft," "The Goonies," "Friday," and "Bring It On." Vote for your favorite here.

9. Central Park: North of Sheep Meadow

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New York, NY 10065

The Central Park Conservancy is hosting a film festival from August 25-29, but the lineup hasn't yet been announced. The screenings are held just north of the Sheep Meadow and south of the 72nd Street transverse. (Enter at East 69th Street.) Picnic and blanket recommended; the gates open at 6:30 and the films start at 8 p.m.

10. Central Park - Cedar Hill

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Films on the Green kicks off its massive free city-wide French film festival on May 29 at 8:30 p.m. on Cedar Hill in Central Park. (That's inside the park from East 76th to 79th streets.) This year, all the films center around the culture of the Mediterranean, from Lebanon and Tunisia to the French Riviera. The first screening is "And God Created Woman," starting Brigitte Bardot as seductive man-eater in St. Tropez. All films in this series are in French with English subtitles, and there is music by WNYU DJs before the opening credits roll. [Photo via the Central Park Conservancy]

11. Habana Outpost

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757 Fulton St
Brooklyn, NY 11217
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The cheery courtyard of Fort Greene restaurant and bar Habana Outpost has the longest outdoor movie program in the city; the first flick aired on Sunday, May 3, with "Rocky," with films every Sunday night until the last ("The Terminator," appropriately enough) showing on Sunday, October 25. The awesome lineup mostly includes fan favorites like "The Goonies," "Coming to America," "Jaws," and "Breakfast at Tiffany's." Movies start at 8 p.m., but get there early to grab a seat, a frozen margarita, and some grilled corn.

12. Socrates Sculpture Park

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3205 Vernon Blvd.
Long Island City, NY 11106

Summertime movies are an annual staple Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City, and 2015 is no exception. A collaboration with Film Forum and Rooftop Films results in am eight-week international film festival "celebrating the cultural diversity of Queens." It has installments each Wednesday evening from July 1 through August 19. Music and dance performances before the show start at 7 p.m., with the movie going on at sunset. The lineup can be found here, and films include "Kings of the Wind and Electric Queens," an Indian film that offers "a compelling and hypnotic glimpse into one of India’s wildest carnivals," on July 29, and "Wadjda," the first feature-length film to be directed by a Saudi woman, on August 12.

13. Bronx Terminal Market

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610 Exterior St
Bronx, NY 10451
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For the fourth year, Rooftop Films will help organize screenings at the Bronx Terminal Market. Scheduled for three Tuesdays throughout the summer, gear up for "Big Hero 6" on June 30, "The Lego Movie" on July 14, and "Home" on August 11. Expect "giveaways, games, and movie snacks."

14. Industry City - Rooftop Films

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220 36th St
Brooklyn, NY 11232

Rooftop Films will kick off and end its annual summer film fest at Industry City, where they will host 11 different screenings. Opening night is set for Friday, May 29, with a collection of eight films, and screenings will continue throughout the summer on Fridays and Saturdays. Films will be shown every Saturday in June and July, save for the 4th, and also on August 15 and 22, which will be the last screening of the season. In addition to opening night, there are two other Friday screenings, June 19 and July 24, and there is a Tuesday evening screening on August 18. This series is not for the blockbuster-seeking, but rather for cinephiles looking to see short films, indie flicks, and Sundance-approved movies. While a select few screenings hosted by Rooftop Films are free, most cost $15 and tickets should be purchased in advance. If movies are rained out, they will be rescheduled. The films begin at 9 p.m., and they are preceded by live music and followed by an after party.[Photo via Rooftop Films Facebook]

15. Solar One - Rooftop Films

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24-20 FDR Drive Service Road East
New York, NY 10010
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The sustainable education center Solar One, located along the East River near 23rd Street, has a screening set for Wednesday, June 10. A collection of "uncanny short films about images that burn themselves into our minds" will be shown, and some of these movies will be very short—one is only 60 seconds, so don't lose focus. Tickets are $13, and doors open at 8 p.m., with live music starting at 8:30 p.m. There will be an after party at 10 p.m. Then, in the second half of the month, Solar One will also host "The LOL Movie Series," curated by comedian Whitney Cummings. The screenings will be of Sixteen Candles (June 16), Frances Ha (June 25), and Bridesmaids (June 30), all beginning at 8:30 p.m. Whitney will make an appearance at the first showing.

16. MetroTech Commons - Rooftop Films

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Brooklyn, NY 11201

Rooftop Films will be hosting three screenings in the MetroTech Commons in Downtown Brooklyn, all of which are free. The first screening, a series of short films from Sundance, will take place on Thursday, June 4. On Friday, July 17, "A Night With Khalik Allah," a documentary about "the inhabitants and sultry streets of Harlem in mid‐summer" will be shown, and there will be a Q&A with filmmaker Khalik Allah. The final movie is set for Thursday, August 6. Seating is available at 8 p.m., live music starts at 8:30 p.m., and the films roll at 9 p.m.

17. Old American Can Factory - Rooftop Films

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232 3rd St
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Rooftop Films will be holding a smattering of showings at the Old American Can Factory, which also happens to be the year-round home of Rooftop Films. Currently, seven screenings are scheduled, and all of the choices will please indie film lovers and foreign flick nerds. The first screening takes place on Saturday, May 30. Following screenings will happen on three Fridays in June (5, 12, and 26), as well as Friday, July 10, Saturday, July 18, and Saturday, August 8. Movies start at 9 p.m., but doors open an hour earlier. Tickets cost $15 online or at the door. [Photo via Rooftop Films]

18. Tompkins Square Park - Films on the Green

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East 10th Street
New York, NY 10009

The Francophile fest Films on the Green showcases French cinema both classic and contemporary at locations across the city. This summer, Tompkins Square Park will host "Priceless" and "Zarafa" on Friday, June 12 and Friday, June 19, respectively. If you're not fluent in French, don't worry; all films have English subtitles. The screenings are free and start at 8:30 p.m. WNYC DJ's provide music prior to the main event.

19. Riverside Park Pier i

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." Films start "when it is dark enough to see the image on the screen," but seating opens at 6:30 p.m.The French movie series Films on the Green will also host two screenings here, on Friday, July 10, and Friday, July 17.

20. Roosevelt Hotel

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45 E 45th St
New York, NY 10017
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If you don't mind shelling out $20 on a food and beverage minimum, the rooftop lounge of Roosevelt Hotel hosts movie nights every other Tuesday evening from June 9 through September 15. The films are all blockbusters—"Sex and the City," "Ghostbusters," "American Hustle," and "Anchor Man" are all on the agenda—and table-side waiter service is available, so this is definitely the classiest outdoor movie option in the city. Reservations are required, and films start around 9 p.m.

21. Red Hook Flicks

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104 Ferris Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231

Red Hook's Valentino Pier will once again host a weekly movie series, with a nine-week lineup that's sure to appease viewers of all ages. The series will begin on July 7 with Jurassic Park and end on September 1 with Goodfellas; click here for the whole lineup. Even if the films don't interest you, an evening on the pier watching the sunset over Lady Liberty will never disappoint. Under the watch of Lady Liberty.

22. Roosevelt Island South Point Park

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If taking the tram overexcites you, stay awhile and calm down with a family-friendly flick this summer at Roosevelt Island's Summer Movie Series. The season kicks off on June 28 with weather-bending "Frozen," followed by "The Avengers," "The Hunger Games," "The Hobbit," and "Goldfinger." Movies run on every other Saturday until August 23, with the exception of "Thor: The Dark World," which is playing Friday, June 11.

23. Brookfield Place - Rooftop Films

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250 Vesey St
New York, NY 10281

Animated film lovers will converge on Brookfield Place on Thursday, July 30 for the opening night of Animation Block Party, described as “the premier animation festival on the East Coast,” which will exhibit “all genres of the world's best independent, professional and student animation.” The films have not yet been chosen, but mark your calendars anyway because this is one of Rooftop Films’s free events.

24. Washington Square Park

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W 4th St
New York, NY 10012

The annual Films on the Green festival, devoted to screening French movies in parks across the city, will show Nadaine Labaki's "Caramel" on June 5 and Julien Duvivier's "Pépé Le Moko" on June 12. The movies will be shown in French and Arabic with English subtitles, and WNYC DJ’s will entertain the crowd before the movie starts around 8:30 p.m.

25. Crocheron Park - NYC Parks

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33rd Rd
Queens, NY 11361

Out in the far reaches of Queens on the banks of Little Neck Bay, Crocheron Park will show "The Lego Movie" on June 5. The film will be screened on the grass near 35th Avenue across from Golden Pond.

26. Transmitter Park

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The French movie fest Films on the Green heads to Transmitter Park in Greenpoint on July 24 and 31 for screenings of "Le Dérive" and "La Collectionneuse." The events are free, and movies start around 8:30 p.m.

27. Trilok Center for Arts and Education

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143 Waverly Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11205
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As part of Rooftop Films, the Trilok Fusion Center, located between Myrtle and Park Ave, on the south side of the BQE, will be screening a series of documentary shorts called "It Seemed So Real" on Thursday, July 2. Tickets are $15, and New Amsterdam Vodka is hosting a reception starting at 8 p.m.

28. Coney Island Flicks on the Beach

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1001 Boardwalk West
Brooklyn, NY 11224

Flicks on the Beach brings yet another year of movies with a view of the Wonder Wheel, but the schedule is currently TBD.

29. Canal Bar

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270 3rd Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11215

The weekly movie night is back at Gowanus dive Canal Bar, where a different film is screening in the backyard every Sunday night starting on May 24.

30. 50 Kent Ave

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Nitehawk Cinema will be taking over the open air music venue 50 Kent for Buzzfeed-sponsored summer-long screening series on Tuesday evenings. Full details will be released by the end of next week, but there will be live music before each movie, food and beverage vendors, and "special guests." "Billy Madison" and "Mall Rats" are both on the agenda.

31. Rockaway Beach

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Rockaway Beach is showing 10 big screen classics all up and down the Queen's coast this summer. Highlights you should watch out for include "Jaws" on Beach 121st Street (August 12th), rodents of unusual size at "The Princess Bride" screening on Beach 129th Street (August 8th), and catch some waves at "Surfs Up" on Beach 73rd Street (July 26th).

32. Riverside Park 72nd Street Lawn

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West 72nd St
New York, NY 10024

The Chatsworth, a new rental-to-condo conversion on West 72nd Street, is hosting three outdoor movies in Riverside Park as part of Summer on the Hudson: "Hyde Park on Hudson" (Thursday, June 11), "Pride and Prejudice" (Thursday, July 9), and "Fantastic Mr. Fox" (Thursday, August 13). Bring a blanket because it's ground seating only, and it's first come, first served, so arrive early. Seating will like start around 6:30 p.m.

33. Frederick B Judge Playground

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111th Avenue & 134th Street
South Ozone Park, NY 11420

The Park Department kicks off its Free Summer Movies series with Space Jam at the Frederick B Judge Playground in Queens. There will be board games starting at 7:00, with the movie beginning at dusk.

34. Columbus Park

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67 Mulberry Street
New York, NY 10013

The Museum of Chinese in America is hosting three events this summer at Columbus Park in Chinatown. The first, on June 12, is "101 Dalmatians." On June 19, there will be a preview of the upcoming PBS series "Lucky Chow", a show that explores Chinese cuisine in the United States. And the third, on June 26, is a screening of '80s kung-fu musical comedy "Berry Gordy's The Last Dragon."

35. Randall's Island Park

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Randall’s Island Park, 1 Randalls Island Park
New York, NY 10035

In the middle of the East River on Randall's Island, there are three movies showing this summer, and they're all popular summer movie choices: "Jaws,"

36. Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson Community Garden

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117-15 165th Street
Jamaica, NY 11434

At the Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson Community Garden in Queens (50 Cent grew up in Jamaica), "Despicable Me 2" will be showing on June 30, with free popcorn. The popcorn is specified as "hot popcorn."

37. Castle Clinton National Monument

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Battery Park
New York, NY 10004

The French Embassy is co-hosting a screening of the 1967 film “The Young Girls of Rochefort” at Castle Clinton in Battery Park on Friday, July 3rd. Not exactly the most American of films to kick off Independence Day weekend—after all, the film will be shown in French with English subtitles—but the historic location can’t be beat. The event is free and starts around 8:30 p.m.

38. Tony Dapolito Recreation Center

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3 Clarkson Street
New York, NY 10014
(212) 242-5228
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Sci-fi-loving West Village residents should head to the Tony Dapolito Recreation Center on Clarkson Street on July 7 and 14 for screenings of two 1956 films, “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” and “Forbidden Planet.” The movies are hosted the center’s roof, and films start around 8:30 p.m., though arrive early because seating is limited.

39. 103rd Street Community Garden

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105 East 103rd Street
New York, NY 10029

In East Harlem, the New York Restoration Project will host two summer movie nights at the 103rd Street community garden. The kid-friendly "All Dogs Go to Heaven" will be shown on Tuesday, July 14, and "Flight of the Navigator" will air on Tuesday, August 11. Free popcorn will be served.

40. Swindler Cove in Sherman Creek Park

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Manhattan, NY 10034
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"How to Train Your Dragon 2" will be shown on Tuesday, July 28 in Swindler Cove in Inwood. This pocket of green space is one of the city's loveliest, so be sure to arrive early so you can explore the winding pathways before the movie starts at 8 p.m. [Photo by Nathan Kensinger]

41. George Seuffert Bandshell

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"Big Hero 6" is clearly a fan favorite, as it's also playing on Wednesday, September 2 in the bandshell of Forest Hills Park. The action starts around 7:30 p.m.

42. Low Memorial Library

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535 W 116th St
New York, NY 10027

Who says summer fun has to stop after Labor Day? Films on the Green will host a screening of "The Rabbi's Cat" on the not-so greens steps of Columbia University's Low Memorial Library on Thursday, September 10. The fun starts at 7:30 p.m.

43. Death Ave

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315 10th Ave
New York, NY 10001
(646) 979-9894
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Chelsea restaurant Death Ave—named after 10th Avenue’s 19th century nickname—started hosting movie nights at the beginning of May, and it will continue long after summer ends. Every Monday night from May 4 until November 2nd, the restaurant’s garden is turned into an outdoor theater. The shows cost $44 per person, but that includes a reserved table, a snacks, and drinks. Most of the films are cult classics—”Annie Hall,” “Pulp Fiction,” and “Taxi Driver” are all on the schedule—and tickets can be reserved by calling 212.695.8080.

44. Elevated Acre - Rooftop Films

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55 Water St
New York, NY 10041

Tucked beside 55 Water Street in the Financial District, the Elevated Acre, a quiet slice of green space, will host a short film series on Wednesday, June 17. Rooftop Films is organizing the screening, so live music will precede the films. The event is free and the fun starts at 8 p.m.

45. Highland Park

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Jamaica Avenue & Elton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11208

The well-received 2014 animated movie "Big Hero 6" will be playing in Highland Park on Wednesday, August 26. Bring a blanket and a picnic.

46. Flushing Meadows Corona Park

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111th Street & 53rd Avenue
Corona, NY 11368

There will be two family-friendly movie nights in Flushing Meadows Corona Park near the carousel. "Big Hero 6" will be shown on August 6, and "Guardians of the Galaxy" will air on August 19.

47. Westervelt Community Garden

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Staten Island, NY
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The New York Restoration Project-run Westervelt Community Garden on Staten Island will screen the animated favorite "The Rescuers Down Under" on Tuesday, July 21. Complimentary popcorn will be served.

48. Springfield Park

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Springfield Gardens, NY 11413

Springfield Park in Queens is hosting a screening of "Annie" (presumably, the new "Annie") on June 27, beginning at dusk.

49. MacNeil Park

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Hermon A. Macneil Park
College Point, NY 11356

MacNeil Park in College Point, Queens is showing "Frozen" on July 12, starting at 8:30.

50. Narrows Botanical Gardens

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7200 Shore Rd.
Brooklyn, NY 11209
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This community-run garden in Bay Ridge will host Friday night showings of old and new classics, including "Uncle Buck" on June 26, "Big Hero 6" on July 17, "Mars Attacks" on July 31, and "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" on September 18. On August 14, the movie shown will be a choice between "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein," "Bee Movie," and "Ghostbusters," decided via a vote on Facebook. All showings begin at sundown.[Photo: Flickr/Ethan Oringel]

51. Betsy Head Memorial Playground

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Blake Ave.
New York, NY 11212

On June 14, take your kids to Betsy Head Park, where eleven-year-old DJ Fulano will perform at 7 p.m., and the latest adaptation of "Annie" will screen at 9 p.m. Both are free![Photo via NYC Parks]

52. Carl Schurz Park

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599 E 86th St
New York, NY 10028

Carl Schurz Park is hosting its "Sunset Film Festival," which has a theme called "Whatta' gal!" The festival will showcase two films with themes of female empowerment, including "Frozen" (July 28) and "Adam's Rib" (August 11), both starting at 8:30 p.m. on the basketball court. Not only is admission free, but so are the popcorn and snow cones (only during "Frozen," of course), while supplies last.[Photo via NYC Parks]

53. Firefighters Field

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Roosevelt Island
New York, NY

The 2015 Roosevelt Island Summer Outdoor Movie Series will run from June 27 to August 22, showing six classic films ranging from "Singin' in the Rain" to "Casablanca." All movies start at 7 p.m.[Photo via Roosevelt Islander]

54. The McKittrick Hotel

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530 W 27th St
New York, NY 10001

Just announced in early July, the McKittrick Hotel's rooftop movie series, curated by Amy Poehler, will pretty much run through the end of the summer with nightly screenings. A different film will be screened each week, with selections ranging from Poehler's genre of comedy, including "The Apartment" (September 8 to 14) and "Rushmore" (July 21 to 27), to less traditional picks, such as "Rosemary's Baby" (September 22 to 28) and "The Bicycle Thief" (August 4 to 10). Tickets are $20 apiece, but they provide admission to an intimate viewing experience (only 30 people per night, so get your tickets now), complete with a specialty cocktail and popcorn. All screenings start at 9 p.m. at The Farm, on the roof of the hotel.

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1. Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

Pier 86, New York, NY 10036

The seventh year of outdoor movies atop the Intrepid is a go. Given that the series is held on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier, and not in a wide open park, space is limited. Doors open at 7:30 p.m., and the movie starts at sunset, but you can (and probably should) line up well before free tickets start getting doled out at 6:15 p.m. on a first-come, first-serve basis. To kick off Memorial Day on Friday, May 22, there's "Top Gun," followed by "October Sky" on July 9, "Moon" on July 16, "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" on July 23, "Apollo 13" on July 30, and "Wall-E" on August 6. New to this years line-up is that each screening will be introduced by a special guest—for example, "Top Gun" flight double and former astronaut Scott Altman will speak before that film.

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2. Bryant Park: HBO Summer Film Fest

E 42nd St., New York, NY 10018

As one of the original summer film series, this one tends to be crowded. Read: you will see no grass once all of the blankets are laid mere minutes after the lawn opens at 5 p.m. The movies, which should be announced soon and begin at sunset, run every Monday night from June 22 to August 24. And remember: chairs, tables, dogs, plastic sheets, tarps, bags, and pads are not allowed. But blankets... blankets are OK.

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New York, NY 10018

3. Brooklyn Bridge Park: Syfy Movies

334 Furman St, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Enjoy one of the best views in the city while watching movies at Brooklyn Bridge Park in a series that first started in 2000. The screenings take place on the sloping "Harbor View" lawn of Pier 1, just south of the Brooklyn Bridge, and they'll be held every Thursday night in July and August. Films include "Sharknado 2," "Dazed and Confused," "Dr. Strangelove," and "Die Hard. If the movie is a bore, just turn and gaze at the glittering skyline instead.

334 Furman St
Brooklyn, NY 11201

4. Prospect Park Bandshell

Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY 11215

Two films will be screened as part of Celebrate Brooklyn!, a popular annual performing arts festival: "Paris is Burning," the acclaimed documentary about NYC drag balls, will screen on June 26, and "The Son of the Sheik," a 1926 silent film, will show on July 17, offering two very different movie-watching experiences. The latter will be accompanied by an original score, played live by the Massachusetts band Alloy Orchestra.

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5. Prospect Park (Long Meadow)

Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY 11215

Maybe indie documentaries aren't your thing. If you want something more family-friendly than Celebrate Brooklyn's offerings, take your kids to Prospect Park's Long Meadow for free outdoor movies. Selections include "E.T." (July 22), "Where the Wild Things Are" (July 29), "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1" (August 5), and "Happy Feet" (August 12). Pre-film festivities begin at 7 p.m., with screenings beginning at sundown. [Photo via Wally Gobetz]

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6. RiverFlicks - Pier 63 Hudson River Park

205 12th Ave, New York, NY 10001

Hudson River Park is home to many outdoor movie festivals, one of which is dubbed "Big Hit Wednesdays." It shows—surprise!—big hits on Wednesdays on the lawn of Pier 63 near West 24th Street. All of the movies are free, and the lineup this year includes modern-day blockbusters like "Selma," "Boyhood," "Interstellar," and "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I." Movies start around 8:30 p.m., and there's free popcorn. The first film is on July 8, and they happen every Wednesday till August 19.

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7. RiverFlicks - Pier 46 - Hudson River Park

West Side Highway, New York, NY

Another movie series along the Hudson is called Family Fridays—just try to guess what they show and when. This series is located on Pier 46 at Charles and West Streets, and the same rules apply as for the Wednesday series: movies start at 8:30 p.m. and there's free popcorn. The first film, "SpongeBob: Sponge Out of Water," screens on July 10, and they run through August 21.

West Side Highway
New York, NY

8. McCarren Park: SummerScreen

Bedford Avenue & North 12th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211

SummerScreen in McCarren Park is more than just movies: there's both live music and food vendors, too. This year, the first film is "Clueless" on Wednesday, July 8, and the series runs for six weeks (always on Wednesdays, with "Wet Hot American Summer" and "Jurassic Park" among them), through August 11 at the corner of North 12th Street and Bedford Avenue. The entertainment is free, and doors open at 6 p.m., with the movies starting around sundown. The final film will be decided by public opinion; choices are "Back to the Future," "Do The Right Thing," "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," "Labyrinth," "Purple Rain," "Reality Bites," "The Craft," "The Goonies," "Friday," and "Bring It On." Vote for your favorite here.

Bedford Avenue & North 12th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211

9. Central Park: North of Sheep Meadow

Central Park, New York, NY 10065

The Central Park Conservancy is hosting a film festival from August 25-29, but the lineup hasn't yet been announced. The screenings are held just north of the Sheep Meadow and south of the 72nd Street transverse. (Enter at East 69th Street.) Picnic and blanket recommended; the gates open at 6:30 and the films start at 8 p.m.

Central Park
New York, NY 10065

10. Central Park - Cedar Hill

Central Park, New York, NY 10028

Films on the Green kicks off its massive free city-wide French film festival on May 29 at 8:30 p.m. on Cedar Hill in Central Park. (That's inside the park from East 76th to 79th streets.) This year, all the films center around the culture of the Mediterranean, from Lebanon and Tunisia to the French Riviera. The first screening is "And God Created Woman," starting Brigitte Bardot as seductive man-eater in St. Tropez. All films in this series are in French with English subtitles, and there is music by WNYU DJs before the opening credits roll. [Photo via the Central Park Conservancy]

Central Park
New York, NY 10028

11. Habana Outpost

757 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11217

The cheery courtyard of Fort Greene restaurant and bar Habana Outpost has the longest outdoor movie program in the city; the first flick aired on Sunday, May 3, with "Rocky," with films every Sunday night until the last ("The Terminator," appropriately enough) showing on Sunday, October 25. The awesome lineup mostly includes fan favorites like "The Goonies," "Coming to America," "Jaws," and "Breakfast at Tiffany's." Movies start at 8 p.m., but get there early to grab a seat, a frozen margarita, and some grilled corn.

757 Fulton St
Brooklyn, NY 11217

12. Socrates Sculpture Park

3205 Vernon Blvd., Long Island City, NY 11106

Summertime movies are an annual staple Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City, and 2015 is no exception. A collaboration with Film Forum and Rooftop Films results in am eight-week international film festival "celebrating the cultural diversity of Queens." It has installments each Wednesday evening from July 1 through August 19. Music and dance performances before the show start at 7 p.m., with the movie going on at sunset. The lineup can be found here, and films include "Kings of the Wind and Electric Queens," an Indian film that offers "a compelling and hypnotic glimpse into one of India’s wildest carnivals," on July 29, and "Wadjda," the first feature-length film to be directed by a Saudi woman, on August 12.

3205 Vernon Blvd.
Long Island City, NY 11106

13. Bronx Terminal Market

610 Exterior St, Bronx, NY 10451

For the fourth year, Rooftop Films will help organize screenings at the Bronx Terminal Market. Scheduled for three Tuesdays throughout the summer, gear up for "Big Hero 6" on June 30, "The Lego Movie" on July 14, and "Home" on August 11. Expect "giveaways, games, and movie snacks."

610 Exterior St
Bronx, NY 10451

14. Industry City - Rooftop Films

220 36th St, Brooklyn, NY 11232

Rooftop Films will kick off and end its annual summer film fest at Industry City, where they will host 11 different screenings. Opening night is set for Friday, May 29, with a collection of eight films, and screenings will continue throughout the summer on Fridays and Saturdays. Films will be shown every Saturday in June and July, save for the 4th, and also on August 15 and 22, which will be the last screening of the season. In addition to opening night, there are two other Friday screenings, June 19 and July 24, and there is a Tuesday evening screening on August 18. This series is not for the blockbuster-seeking, but rather for cinephiles looking to see short films, indie flicks, and Sundance-approved movies. While a select few screenings hosted by Rooftop Films are free, most cost $15 and tickets should be purchased in advance. If movies are rained out, they will be rescheduled. The films begin at 9 p.m., and they are preceded by live music and followed by an after party.[Photo via Rooftop Films Facebook]

220 36th St
Brooklyn, NY 11232

15. Solar One - Rooftop Films

24-20 FDR Drive Service Road East, New York, NY 10010

The sustainable education center Solar One, located along the East River near 23rd Street, has a screening set for Wednesday, June 10. A collection of "uncanny short films about images that burn themselves into our minds" will be shown, and some of these movies will be very short—one is only 60 seconds, so don't lose focus. Tickets are $13, and doors open at 8 p.m., with live music starting at 8:30 p.m. There will be an after party at 10 p.m. Then, in the second half of the month, Solar One will also host "The LOL Movie Series," curated by comedian Whitney Cummings. The screenings will be of Sixteen Candles (June 16), Frances Ha (June 25), and Bridesmaids (June 30), all beginning at 8:30 p.m. Whitney will make an appearance at the first showing.

24-20 FDR Drive Service Road East
New York, NY 10010

16. MetroTech Commons - Rooftop Films

MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Rooftop Films will be hosting three screenings in the MetroTech Commons in Downtown Brooklyn, all of which are free. The first screening, a series of short films from Sundance, will take place on Thursday, June 4. On Friday, July 17, "A Night With Khalik Allah," a documentary about "the inhabitants and sultry streets of Harlem in mid‐summer" will be shown, and there will be a Q&A with filmmaker Khalik Allah. The final movie is set for Thursday, August 6. Seating is available at 8 p.m., live music starts at 8:30 p.m., and the films roll at 9 p.m.

MetroTech Center
Brooklyn, NY 11201

17. Old American Can Factory - Rooftop Films

232 3rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11215

Rooftop Films will be holding a smattering of showings at the Old American Can Factory, which also happens to be the year-round home of Rooftop Films. Currently, seven screenings are scheduled, and all of the choices will please indie film lovers and foreign flick nerds. The first screening takes place on Saturday, May 30. Following screenings will happen on three Fridays in June (5, 12, and 26), as well as Friday, July 10, Saturday, July 18, and Saturday, August 8. Movies start at 9 p.m., but doors open an hour earlier. Tickets cost $15 online or at the door. [Photo via Rooftop Films]

232 3rd St
Brooklyn, NY 11215

18. Tompkins Square Park - Films on the Green

East 10th Street, New York, NY 10009

The Francophile fest Films on the Green showcases French cinema both classic and contemporary at locations across the city. This summer, Tompkins Square Park will host "Priceless" and "Zarafa" on Friday, June 12 and Friday, June 19, respectively. If you're not fluent in French, don't worry; all films have English subtitles. The screenings are free and start at 8:30 p.m. WNYC DJ's provide music prior to the main event.

East 10th Street
New York, NY 10009

19. Riverside Park Pier i

W 70th st, New York, NY
The Great Gatsby

." Films start "when it is dark enough to see the image on the screen," but seating opens at 6:30 p.m.The French movie series Films on the Green will also host two screenings here, on Friday, July 10, and Friday, July 17.

W 70th st
New York, NY

20. Roosevelt Hotel

45 E 45th St, New York, NY 10017

If you don't mind shelling out $20 on a food and beverage minimum, the rooftop lounge of Roosevelt Hotel hosts movie nights every other Tuesday evening from June 9 through September 15. The films are all blockbusters—"Sex and the City," "Ghostbusters," "American Hustle," and "Anchor Man" are all on the agenda—and table-side waiter service is available, so this is definitely the classiest outdoor movie option in the city. Reservations are required, and films start around 9 p.m.

45 E 45th St
New York, NY 10017

21. Red Hook Flicks

104 Ferris Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231

Red Hook's Valentino Pier will once again host a weekly movie series, with a nine-week lineup that's sure to appease viewers of all ages. The series will begin on July 7 with Jurassic Park and end on September 1 with Goodfellas; click here for the whole lineup. Even if the films don't interest you, an evening on the pier watching the sunset over Lady Liberty will never disappoint. Under the watch of Lady Liberty.

104 Ferris Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231

22. Roosevelt Island South Point Park

New York, NY 10044

If taking the tram overexcites you, stay awhile and calm down with a family-friendly flick this summer at Roosevelt Island's Summer Movie Series. The season kicks off on June 28 with weather-bending "Frozen," followed by "The Avengers," "The Hunger Games," "The Hobbit," and "Goldfinger." Movies run on every other Saturday until August 23, with the exception of "Thor: The Dark World," which is playing Friday, June 11.

23. Brookfield Place - Rooftop Films

250 Vesey St, New York, NY 10281

Animated film lovers will converge on Brookfield Place on Thursday, July 30 for the opening night of Animation Block Party, described as “the premier animation festival on the East Coast,” which will exhibit “all genres of the world's best independent, professional and student animation.” The films have not yet been chosen, but mark your calendars anyway because this is one of Rooftop Films’s free events.

250 Vesey St
New York, NY 10281

24. Washington Square Park

W 4th St, New York, NY 10012

The annual Films on the Green festival, devoted to screening French movies in parks across the city, will show Nadaine Labaki's "Caramel" on June 5 and Julien Duvivier's "Pépé Le Moko" on June 12. The movies will be shown in French and Arabic with English subtitles, and WNYC DJ’s will entertain the crowd before the movie starts around 8:30 p.m.

W 4th St
New York, NY 10012

25. Crocheron Park - NYC Parks

33rd Rd, Queens, NY 11361

Out in the far reaches of Queens on the banks of Little Neck Bay, Crocheron Park will show "The Lego Movie" on June 5. The film will be screened on the grass near 35th Avenue across from Golden Pond.

33rd Rd
Queens, NY 11361

26. Transmitter Park

New York, NY

The French movie fest Films on the Green heads to Transmitter Park in Greenpoint on July 24 and 31 for screenings of "Le Dérive" and "La Collectionneuse." The events are free, and movies start around 8:30 p.m.

27. Trilok Center for Arts and Education

143 Waverly Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205

As part of Rooftop Films, the Trilok Fusion Center, located between Myrtle and Park Ave, on the south side of the BQE, will be screening a series of documentary shorts called "It Seemed So Real" on Thursday, July 2. Tickets are $15, and New Amsterdam Vodka is hosting a reception starting at 8 p.m.

143 Waverly Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11205

28. Coney Island Flicks on the Beach

1001 Boardwalk West, Brooklyn, NY 11224

Flicks on the Beach brings yet another year of movies with a view of the Wonder Wheel, but the schedule is currently TBD.

1001 Boardwalk West
Brooklyn, NY 11224

29. Canal Bar

270 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215

The weekly movie night is back at Gowanus dive Canal Bar, where a different film is screening in the backyard every Sunday night starting on May 24.

270 3rd Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11215

30. 50 Kent Ave

Brooklyn, NY

Nitehawk Cinema will be taking over the open air music venue 50 Kent for Buzzfeed-sponsored summer-long screening series on Tuesday evenings. Full details will be released by the end of next week, but there will be live music before each movie, food and beverage vendors, and "special guests." "Billy Madison" and "Mall Rats" are both on the agenda.

31. Rockaway Beach

Queens, NY 11693

Rockaway Beach is showing 10 big screen classics all up and down the Queen's coast this summer. Highlights you should watch out for include "Jaws" on Beach 121st Street (August 12th), rodents of unusual size at "The Princess Bride" screening on Beach 129th Street (August 8th), and catch some waves at "Surfs Up" on Beach 73rd Street (July 26th).

32. Riverside Park 72nd Street Lawn

West 72nd St, New York, NY 10024

The Chatsworth, a new rental-to-condo conversion on West 72nd Street, is hosting three outdoor movies in Riverside Park as part of Summer on the Hudson: "Hyde Park on Hudson" (Thursday, June 11), "Pride and Prejudice" (Thursday, July 9), and "Fantastic Mr. Fox" (Thursday, August 13). Bring a blanket because it's ground seating only, and it's first come, first served, so arrive early. Seating will like start around 6:30 p.m.

West 72nd St
New York, NY 10024

33. Frederick B Judge Playground

111th Avenue & 134th Street, South Ozone Park, NY 11420

The Park Department kicks off its Free Summer Movies series with Space Jam at the Frederick B Judge Playground in Queens. There will be board games starting at 7:00, with the movie beginning at dusk.

111th Avenue & 134th Street
South Ozone Park, NY 11420

34. Columbus Park

67 Mulberry Street, New York, NY 10013

The Museum of Chinese in America is hosting three events this summer at Columbus Park in Chinatown. The first, on June 12, is "101 Dalmatians." On June 19, there will be a preview of the upcoming PBS series "Lucky Chow", a show that explores Chinese cuisine in the United States. And the third, on June 26, is a screening of '80s kung-fu musical comedy "Berry Gordy's The Last Dragon."

67 Mulberry Street
New York, NY 10013

35. Randall's Island Park

Randall’s Island Park, 1 Randalls Island Park, New York, NY 10035

In the middle of the East River on Randall's Island, there are three movies showing this summer, and they're all popular summer movie choices: "Jaws,"

Randall’s Island Park, 1 Randalls Island Park
New York, NY 10035

36. Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson Community Garden

117-15 165th Street, Jamaica, NY 11434

At the Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson Community Garden in Queens (50 Cent grew up in Jamaica), "Despicable Me 2" will be showing on June 30, with free popcorn. The popcorn is specified as "hot popcorn."

117-15 165th Street
Jamaica, NY 11434

37. Castle Clinton National Monument

Battery Park, New York, NY 10004

The French Embassy is co-hosting a screening of the 1967 film “The Young Girls of Rochefort” at Castle Clinton in Battery Park on Friday, July 3rd. Not exactly the most American of films to kick off Independence Day weekend—after all, the film will be shown in French with English subtitles—but the historic location can’t be beat. The event is free and starts around 8:30 p.m.

Battery Park
New York, NY 10004

38. Tony Dapolito Recreation Center

3 Clarkson Street, New York, NY 10014

Sci-fi-loving West Village residents should head to the Tony Dapolito Recreation Center on Clarkson Street on July 7 and 14 for screenings of two 1956 films, “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” and “Forbidden Planet.” The movies are hosted the center’s roof, and films start around 8:30 p.m., though arrive early because seating is limited.

3 Clarkson Street
New York, NY 10014

39. 103rd Street Community Garden

105 East 103rd Street, New York, NY 10029

In East Harlem, the New York Restoration Project will host two summer movie nights at the 103rd Street community garden. The kid-friendly "All Dogs Go to Heaven" will be shown on Tuesday, July 14, and "Flight of the Navigator" will air on Tuesday, August 11. Free popcorn will be served.

105 East 103rd Street
New York, NY 10029

40. Swindler Cove in Sherman Creek Park

3703 Harlem River Drive, Manhattan, NY 10034

"How to Train Your Dragon 2" will be shown on Tuesday, July 28 in Swindler Cove in Inwood. This pocket of green space is one of the city's loveliest, so be sure to arrive early so you can explore the winding pathways before the movie starts at 8 p.m. [Photo by Nathan Kensinger]

3703 Harlem River Drive
Manhattan, NY 10034

41. George Seuffert Bandshell

Woodhaven, NY 11421

"Big Hero 6" is clearly a fan favorite, as it's also playing on Wednesday, September 2 in the bandshell of Forest Hills Park. The action starts around 7:30 p.m.

42. Low Memorial Library

535 W 116th St, New York, NY 10027

Who says summer fun has to stop after Labor Day? Films on the Green will host a screening of "The Rabbi's Cat" on the not-so greens steps of Columbia University's Low Memorial Library on Thursday, September 10. The fun starts at 7:30 p.m.

535 W 116th St
New York, NY 10027

43. Death Ave

315 10th Ave, New York, NY 10001

Chelsea restaurant Death Ave—named after 10th Avenue’s 19th century nickname—started hosting movie nights at the beginning of May, and it will continue long after summer ends. Every Monday night from May 4 until November 2nd, the restaurant’s garden is turned into an outdoor theater. The shows cost $44 per person, but that includes a reserved table, a snacks, and drinks. Most of the films are cult classics—”Annie Hall,” “Pulp Fiction,” and “Taxi Driver” are all on the schedule—and tickets can be reserved by calling 212.695.8080.

315 10th Ave
New York, NY 10001

44. Elevated Acre - Rooftop Films

55 Water St, New York, NY 10041

Tucked beside 55 Water Street in the Financial District, the Elevated Acre, a quiet slice of green space, will host a short film series on Wednesday, June 17. Rooftop Films is organizing the screening, so live music will precede the films. The event is free and the fun starts at 8 p.m.

55 Water St
New York, NY 10041

45. Highland Park

Jamaica Avenue & Elton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11208

The well-received 2014 animated movie "Big Hero 6" will be playing in Highland Park on Wednesday, August 26. Bring a blanket and a picnic.

Jamaica Avenue & Elton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11208

46. Flushing Meadows Corona Park

111th Street & 53rd Avenue, Corona, NY 11368

There will be two family-friendly movie nights in Flushing Meadows Corona Park near the carousel. "Big Hero 6" will be shown on August 6, and "Guardians of the Galaxy" will air on August 19.

111th Street & 53rd Avenue
Corona, NY 11368

47. Westervelt Community Garden

143 Westervelt Ave, Staten Island, NY

The New York Restoration Project-run Westervelt Community Garden on Staten Island will screen the animated favorite "The Rescuers Down Under" on Tuesday, July 21. Complimentary popcorn will be served.

143 Westervelt Ave
Staten Island, NY

48. Springfield Park

Springfield Park, Springfield Gardens, NY 11413

Springfield Park in Queens is hosting a screening of "Annie" (presumably, the new "Annie") on June 27, beginning at dusk.

Springfield Park
Springfield Gardens, NY 11413

49. MacNeil Park

Hermon A. Macneil Park, College Point, NY 11356

MacNeil Park in College Point, Queens is showing "Frozen" on July 12, starting at 8:30.

Hermon A. Macneil Park
College Point, NY 11356

50. Narrows Botanical Gardens

7200 Shore Rd., Brooklyn, NY 11209

This community-run garden in Bay Ridge will host Friday night showings of old and new classics, including "Uncle Buck" on June 26, "Big Hero 6" on July 17, "Mars Attacks" on July 31, and "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" on September 18. On August 14, the movie shown will be a choice between "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein," "Bee Movie," and "Ghostbusters," decided via a vote on Facebook. All showings begin at sundown.[Photo: Flickr/Ethan Oringel]

7200 Shore Rd.
Brooklyn, NY 11209

51. Betsy Head Memorial Playground

Blake Ave., New York, NY 11212

On June 14, take your kids to Betsy Head Park, where eleven-year-old DJ Fulano will perform at 7 p.m., and the latest adaptation of "Annie" will screen at 9 p.m. Both are free![Photo via NYC Parks]

Blake Ave.
New York, NY 11212

52. Carl Schurz Park

599 E 86th St, New York, NY 10028

Carl Schurz Park is hosting its "Sunset Film Festival," which has a theme called "Whatta' gal!" The festival will showcase two films with themes of female empowerment, including "Frozen" (July 28) and "Adam's Rib" (August 11), both starting at 8:30 p.m. on the basketball court. Not only is admission free, but so are the popcorn and snow cones (only during "Frozen," of course), while supplies last.[Photo via NYC Parks]

599 E 86th St
New York, NY 10028

53. Firefighters Field

Roosevelt Island, New York, NY

The 2015 Roosevelt Island Summer Outdoor Movie Series will run from June 27 to August 22, showing six classic films ranging from "Singin' in the Rain" to "Casablanca." All movies start at 7 p.m.[Photo via Roosevelt Islander]

Roosevelt Island
New York, NY

54. The McKittrick Hotel

530 W 27th St, New York, NY 10001

Just announced in early July, the McKittrick Hotel's rooftop movie series, curated by Amy Poehler, will pretty much run through the end of the summer with nightly screenings. A different film will be screened each week, with selections ranging from Poehler's genre of comedy, including "The Apartment" (September 8 to 14) and "Rushmore" (July 21 to 27), to less traditional picks, such as "Rosemary's Baby" (September 22 to 28) and "The Bicycle Thief" (August 4 to 10). Tickets are $20 apiece, but they provide admission to an intimate viewing experience (only 30 people per night, so get your tickets now), complete with a specialty cocktail and popcorn. All screenings start at 9 p.m. at The Farm, on the roof of the hotel.

530 W 27th St
New York, NY 10001