We have an awesome line-up of independent films. Independent Films are not rated and have adult situations and language. Consider them rated R if you are bringing young people in your car.
The Fundraiser is on May 1st, 2021. Movies start at 8:15PM. Lot opens at 7:15 PM.
Iron and Wine Restaurant
3191 Route 22
Patterson, NY 12563
Rain Date: May 2nd
Price: $60. Includes a $20 gift card to Iron and Wine Restaurant.
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT
(Films may not be shown in this order)
Join us for a fun night under the stars as we celebrate the return of theater!
2020 was a hard year for all of us to be away from theater and we are determined to bring it back in 2021. Our new outdoor stage will allow us to perform a Spring production and Summer Musical.
To help us recover from 2021 we are inviting you to join us for a Drive-In Movie Fundraiser.
This event will feature two hours of independent film produced by the VOB Film Festival. We will also have some outstanding giveaways in our silent auction.
Arrive at 7:15 for raffles and silent auctions or have dinner at the restaurant.
Movies can be enjoyed from your car. Sound is broadcast to your FM radio so you can stay safe and enjoy the night.
If you leave your car to enter the restaurant, please stay masked and follow all COVID rules and regulations.
This event is sponsored by:
Limit of 25 cars per night
Artichoke Boy - A young person is concerned that his color is different from others. Will it change how he perceives himself? Directed by Phil E. Eichinger
Dreamgirl - A man reflects on himself as he prepares for a date. Directed by Jack Hillebrecht.
Building Memories - Two siblings have a cross-country conversation that includes pictures from their parents’ past that proves to be a powerful walk, for all of us, down memory lane. Directed by Geno Andrews
The Cat - An animated parable about life – especially for women in Iran since the Revolution. And what we hope the future will bring. Directed by Mary Apick.
Sentris - A grief-stricken daughter is presented the opportunity to resurrect her brain-dead father through a mysterious new technology, placing her at odds with her family and psychological well-being. Directed by Ian Harrington.
Swiped Out - Under pressure from his traditional Indian mother to settle down, Neil turns to a dating app to look for the perfect woman, but, despite help from his 2 roommates, he finds that easier said than swiped. Directed by Karan Choudhary.
Bandwidth - Frank's important job interview on Zoom goes south due to his "stay at home" Covid precautious family using up his bandwidth. Directed by Pat Battistini, Robert Francke.
A Vital Sign - A unified group journey through the final chapter of their spiritual passage. Directed by Paul Robinson