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What are Walk-In Movies?

Glad you asked. The words "Walk-Ins" derives from "Drive-In" movies... where people used to drive to an outdoor theatre and watch movies in their cars. It started because a few neighbors wanted to enjoy movies outside under the stars, instead of inside on our TV's. Eat popcorn? Yes! Hang out with friends? Yes! Who wants to be stuck inside?

Walk-Ins generally occur in a neighborhood, warehouse district, park, or other casual setting. The movie is projected outdoors on a wall or some other backdrop. An important part of the Walk-Ins is that there's *no charge* to attend. Completely free. By the peeps, for the peeps.



If you have any ideas for movies to show, don't be shy...send 'em in!

Latest News/Announcements

Posted Thursday, May 18, 2006:
Just a heads up that we've been working hard behind the scenes and now that we've dried out a bit we're almost ready to ramp things up, and possibly mix things up! Stay tuned!



Posted Monday, October 24, 2005:
Great ready for the last movie of the season... Details to follow this week!

-- Derek



Posted Tuesday, September 06, 2005:
Hi all,

Having just returned from Burning Man i'm still dusting off and trying to re-enter work, bills etc. please bear with me for the next couple of weeks as i put out some fires.

-- Derek



Posted Monday, August 15, 2005:
We interupt our regularly scheduled walk-in movie to bring you the following annoucement... This THURSDAY (not WED.) we'll be hosting the 'Best of San Francisco' for the 48 Hour Film Project. E-mail will go out tonight / tomorrow night with details.



Monday
October 31st, 8:00 PM
Potrero Neighborhood House
Presented By:
Four Star Video
The Nightmare Before Christmas
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Henry Selick
(1993)
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Despite having recently presided over a very successful Halloween, Jack Skellington, aka the Pumpkin King, is bored with his job and feels that life in Halloweenland lacks meaning. Then he stumbles upon Christmastown and promptly decides to make the Yuletide his own.

Come see the magical and scary world created by Tim Burton, currently in theaters with 'Corpse Bride.'

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