Pedestrian Drive-In

One-of-a-kind cinematic event under the starry skies.



Enjoy movies outdoors at One Fringe Place! Grab a drink, a snack from a food truck, and experience a one-of-a-kind film event: outdoor movies on the big screen with personalized audio via our Silent Disco headphones. Seating is first-come, first-served.

Please note: headphone use with deposit of your license/ID (to be returned upon exit).

Tuesday, Sept. 14:  8:00pm

Drunk Bus

(NR, 2020, John Carlucci, Brandon LaGanke, 100 mins.)  Filmed on-site in Rochester! Michael (Charlie Tahan) is a recent college graduate whose post-college plan derails when his girlfriend leaves him for a job in New York City. He meets Pineapple, a punk rock Samoan security guard, and together, they break out of their endless loop and into a world of uncertainty, excitement and incredibly poor decision-making. Also stars Pineapple Tangaroa, Kara Hayward, Will Forte, and Dave Hill.

Wednesday, Sept. 15: 7:45pm

The Italian Job (1969)

(PG, 1969, Peter Collinson, 100 mins.) The classic British comedy! Charlie (Sir Michael Caine) is out of jail—and on the make—with a plan for the heist of the century. Aided by top criminal mastermind Mr. Bridger (Noel Coward), Charlie attempts to lift $4 million from under the noses of the Turin Polizei. Stars Michael Caine, Benny Hill, Tony Beckley, and Margaret Blye.

Thursday, Sept. 16: 7:45pm

Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar

(PG-13, 2021, Josh Greenbaum, 106 mins.) Hilarious comedy from Rochester-native Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo, who also created Bridesmaids. Barb and Star are lifelong friends that leave their small Midwestern town for the first time ever. On their adventure, they encounter romance, friendship, and an evil villain! Also stars Jamie Dornan, Reba McEntire, Vanessa Bayer, and Damon Wayons, Jr. 

Friday, Sept. 17: 7:45pm

Crazy Rich Asians

(PG-13, 2018, John M. Chu, 120 mins.) Golden Globe nominee for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture and for Best Motion Picture. Based on a global bestseller, this contemporary romantic comedy follows native New Yorker Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) to Singapore to meet her boyfriend Nick Young’s (Henry Golding) family. She is unprepared for the details that Nick has neglected to mention about his life, and soon realizes that money and love can definitely complicate things. Also stars Michelle Yeoh and Ken Jeong.

Saturday, Sept. 18: 7:45pm

In the Heights

(PG-13, 2021, John M. Chu, 142 mins.)  In collaboration with the Puerto Rican Festival in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Film version of the 2008 Tony Award Best Musical created by Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton) and set in the Dominican area of Washington Heights in Manhattan. Usnavi (Anthony Ramos), a sympathetic New York bodega owner, saves every penny as he hopes, imagines, and sings about a better life. Also stars Corey Hawkins, Leslie Grace, Melissa Barrera, Olga Merediz, and Jimmy Smits.

Sunday, Sept. 19: 7:30pm


(NR, 1954, Billy Wilder, 114 mins.) Rom-com based on the play by Samuel A. Taylor. Academy Award-winner Audrey Hepburn stars as Sabrina Fairchild, a working class woman who goes to Paris and returns to the U.S. as a markedly changed person.  Also stars: Humphrey Bogart and William Holden.

Monday, Sept. 20: 7:30pm

Swan Song

(NR, 2021, Todd Stephens, 105 mins.) In collaboration with the ImageOut Film Festival.  A retired hairdresser (the legendary Udo Kier, in a career-defining role) escapes his nursing home and embarks on an odyssey across his small town to style a dead woman’s hair for her funeral, confronting the ghosts of his past and rediscovering his sparkle along the way.

Tuesday, Sept. 21: 7:45pm


(PG-13, 2019, Kasi Lemmons, 125 mins.) Based on the thrilling and inspirational life of iconic American freedom fighter Harriet Tubman (Academy Award Nominee Cynthia Erivo), tells the extraordinary true story of Tubman’s escape from slavery and transformation into one of America’s greatest heroes. Her courage, ingenuity, and tenacity freed hundreds of enslaved people and changed the course of history. Also starring Leslie Odom Jr., Janelle Monáe, and Joe Alwyn.

Thursday, Sept. 23: 7:45pm

Judas and the Black Messiah

(R, 2021, Shaka King, 126 mins.)Offered a plea deal by the FBI, William O’Neal (LaKeith Stanfield) infiltrates the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party and is tasked with keeping tabs on their charismatic leader, Chairman Fred Hampton (Academy Award Winner Daniel Kaluuya). To destroy a revolution, authorities need a man on the inside. Will O’Neal align with the forces of good? Or will he subdue Hampton and the Panthers? Also stars Jesse Plemons and Dominique Fishback.

Friday, Sept 24: 7:45pm


(R, 2019, Joon-ho Bong, 132 mins.) The incredible Academy Award Best Picture smash hit. Greed and class discrimination threaten the relationship between the wealthy Park family and the destitute Kim clan in Bong Joon Ho’s darkly hilarious modern fairytale.  Stars: Khang-ho Song, Sun-kyn Lee, Yeo-Jeong-Jo, Woo-sik Choi, and So-dam Park. (Korean with English subtitles.)

Saturday, Sept 25: 7:45pm

Madea’s Big Happy Family

(PG-13, 2011, Tyler Perry, 106 mins.)  The feel-good comedy! Tough-as-nails grandmother Madea (Tyler Perry)  rallies her family—as only she knows how—when a niece faces a health crisis.  How will Madea make things right?  Stars: Tyler Perry, Loretta Devine, Cassi Davis, Shannon Kane, and Isaiah Mustafa.

The Theatre Bar will be open every night for the duration of Pedestrian Drive-In for your libations with movie pleasure.

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