This is the third year for this indoor movie festival in the Oculus, celebrating Oscar-nominated and Oscar-winnng fan favorite films leading up to the Oscars on Feb. 24th. Free films include E.T. and Field of Dreams.
This is the winter version of the Tribeca Drive-In. The summer version is outdoors, and also FREE.
screen all the Best Picture nominees on Oscar Weekend
Summer and winter, the films are chosen by the team behind the Tribeca Film Festival, and take at 7pm nightly from Thursday, February 21st to Sunday, February 24th.
Come early for live music performances presented by Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI); relax in custom-designed seating lounges; take advantage of one-of-a-kind, Hollywood-inspired photo ops; and partake of exclusive food and beverage service provided by some of Westfield World Trade Center’s restaurants and eateries including: Epicerie Boulud, Eataly NYC Downtown, Nunu Chocolates, and Sugarfina.
Note that the screenings are FREE, but each one requires a free ticket to attend, to manage space.
Schedule for Tribeca Drive In Dinner and a Movie
As Good As It Gets
When a gay artist is assaulted and hospitalized, his cranky neighbor must care for his dog, triggering a change in formerly selfish attitude. Two Oscar wins and five Oscar nominations
Thursday, February 21 Doors @ 5:30pm / Screening @ 7:00pm
(1997) Directed by: James L. Brooks
Cast: Jack Nicholson, Helen Hunt, Greg Kinnear, Cuba Gooding Jr.
Field of Dreams
This three time Oscar nominee for Best Picture, Best Screenplay, and Best Original Score, is a fantasy about a farmer who builds a ballpark in his cornfield, where long-dead Major Leaguers gather to play.
Friday, February 22 Doors @ 5:30pm / Screening @ 7:00pm
(1989) Directed by: Phil Alden Robinson
Cast: Kevin Costner, Ray Liotta, James Earl Jones, Amy Madigan
(2011) Directed by: Martin Scorsese
Cast: Asa Butterfield, Chloë Grace Moretz, Ben Kingsley, Sacha Baron Cohen, Jude Law
(1982) Directed by: Steven Spielberg
Cast: Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore, Dee Wallace, C. Thomas Howell
A biography of playwright J.M. Barrie focusing on his relationship with a young widow and her sons, and the role it played in inspiring the children’s classic Peter Pan. One Oscar win and six Oscar nominations.
(2004) Directed by: Marc Forster
Cast: Johnny Depp, Kate Winslet, Freddie Highmore, Radha Mitchell