The parking lot opens at 8 p.m., with musical guest Sam Ryan performing 8:15-8:45 p.m., and the film starting at 9 p.m.
“Bohemian Rhapsody” is on tap for Aug. 1, and more films are being added each week, with the series continuing into the fall. Details on a live comedy night fundraiser are expected to be announced soon.
ACME has been closed since March 8, and has been showing “virtual movie” screenings for viewers at home. They decided to offer outdoor movie screenings by partnering with the City of Lambertville, and were helped by MSMJ Associates and the tenants of the Spoke Works Building.
“We are happy to provide a socially-distanced evening event that allows everyone to get out carefully this summer,” said ACME Executive Director Donna Muchnicki.
Attendees are invited to bring their own food for a picnic or to take advantage of the local restaurants offering take out. Thai Tida will be on site providing concessions of Thai street food.
Tickets are $35-40 per car, and are available online only. Masks must be worn to leave your car, and only 30 cars are allowed per event.
ACME Screening Room is a nonprofit weekend theater that presents classic, independent, and documentary films to educate and inspire.