Burn After Reading: G’town Free Sunset Cinema Series

September 8, 2015 @ 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Georgetown Waterfront Park at the intersection of K/Water Street and Cecil Place, NW.

The Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) will screen Burn After Reading, starring Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Frances McDormand, and Tilda Swinton on Tuesday, September 8 at 7:30 p.m. in scenic Georgetown Waterfront Park. The movie is part of the lineup in Georgetown Sunset Cinema, Georgetown’s first-ever free outdoor movie experience. This summer’s inaugural lineup features movies filmed in or inspired by Georgetown, Washington’s oldest and most iconic neighborhood. Moviegoers are encouraged to bring a picnic and blanket and enjoy the panoramic backdrop of the sunset, Potomac River and Key Bridge. For more information, visit www.georgetowndc.com/sunsetcinema

Burn After Reading–set in Georgetown, but filmed in Brooklyn—was originally slated to screen July 28 but was rescheduled due to poor weather. The series officially closed on August 4 with iconic horror film The Exorcist. The Exorcist (R).Other films in the series included St. Elmo’s Fire (Rated R), State of Play (Rated PG-13), and No Way Out (Rated R).

No time to assemble a picnic? Sunset Cinema-goers are encouraged to take advantage of special Georgetown food and beverage deals available online at http://www.georgetowndc.com/sunset-cinema-offers/. Additional deals and onsite vendors to be announced.


WHEN: Tuesday, September 8. The film will start close to sunset, at around 7:30 p.m.; arrive early for best seating and giveaways.

WHAT: FREE outdoor movies series hosted by the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID).

WHERE: Georgetown Waterfront Park at the intersection of K/Water Street and Cecil Place, NW.

HOW: Admission to Georgetown Sunset Cinema is FREE and open to the public. Blankets only (no chairs, please); picnics welcome. Seating is limited; arrive early for best seating. Georgetown Waterfront Park is a national park and prohibits the use of alcohol.


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