Drive-in movie theater

Drive-in movies at Ontario Int’l Airport

Here’s an airport fashion we’re very well taking part in.

Ontario International Airport (ONT) in California is partnering with the City of Ontario and Street Food Cinema for a sequence of unfastened force-in movies.

The films are going to be shown on two 50-foot screens over four unique nights at the northeast corner of the airport assets.

And film-goers can be capable of music into the film audio on their automobile radios.

The first movie at the agenda is “Ford v. Ferrari,” on June 19.

This is an excellent preference because many scenes in the film are shot at ONT.

The other movies to be shown at ONT Airport may be “The Sandlot” on July 3, “Princess Bride” on July 17, and “Napoleon Dynamite” on July 31.

Showtime for all four nights is 8:30 p.m.

The unfastened movie collection hopes to convey human beings collectively at a secure social distance (of their motors). The series may also help nearby food banks by way of encouraging film-goers to deliver donations of boxed food.

And it seems the City of Ontario and Ontario International Airport (ONT) have a rich film subculture.

Movies along with “Argo,” “Catch Me If You Can,” “A League of Their Own” and “Up In The Air” are a number of the dozens of capabilities shot on the town over time.

This is simply a nomination for “Airport Amenity of the Week.”

Drive-in film on the airport

Courtesy Vilnius Airport

Airports around the arena aren't very busy nowadays. And many movie theaters are closed.

So it's miles clean to peer Vilnius Airport in Lithuania being innovative and web hosting a force-in movie theater at the airport apron.

The ‘Aerocinema – The Journey Begins’ assignment is a part of the Vilnius International Film Festival, which runs via the give up of May.

The line-up for the force-in film collection on the airport includes a dozen films. The first film shown: Parasite.

Tickets are being sold on line handiest. There is room for two hundred in the screening vicinity wherein films are being projected on a display that is approximately the size of a five-tale building.

To listen the soundtrack, moviegoers just activate their automobile radios.

For protection at some stage in this time of coronavirus, only passengers are allowed in each vehicle. (No hiding inside the trunk or below a blanket).

All passengers have to stay inner their automobiles at some stage in the screenings. And face masks are required for all of us who plans to roll down their windows.

To make the aerocinema work, “we needed to remake the airport apron, that's a constrained location, right into a area open to movie enthusiasts,” stated Dainius Čiuplys, the head of Vilnius Airport.

“It is a pleasing possibility to be a part of the entire method and on the equal time to reveal that airports flawlessly integrate aviation sports with events and projects of numerous codecs,” Čiuplys delivered, “I believe that when the drive-in cinema activities, there will be even extra enthusiasts no longer only of good cinema however additionally of aviation,”

We assume this is a extremely good concept and claim it “Airport Amenity of the Month.”