Beginning on March 30th, you can head over to the PROXY Walk-In Theater in Hayes Valley for their outdoor film series. Each Friday night, from March 30th to May 4th, offers a new film of choice, full of drama, tension, and glory. This year’s series “explores the nature of place and identity: how we shape the places that shape us.” The Walk-in Theater is like an old-fashioned drive-in movie theater, but more picnic-style (no cars needed). Arrive early to claim a good spot and be sure to bring blankets, or low foldout chairs.

No worries about munchies. Food will be available for purchase from The Chairman Food Truck and can be enjoyed with Fort Point Beer (also for sale on site), or stop by one of the prime neighborhood restaurants for takeout.

2018 PROXY Spring Series
Friday nights from March 30 to May 4
7:45 pm showtime, with ‘doors’ opening at 7:00 pm
Proxy, 432 Octavia St, San Francisco
FREE & drop-ins welcome

By the way, if you do go and think this experience is the best thing ever, don’t hesitate to make a donation to their nonprofit HERE FOR NOW. Help to ensure these fun PROXY events will continue.

Friday, March 30
I, Tonya

I,Tonya is a raw and dark look at the life of an American figure skater.

Friday, April 6

Quest is about a North Philadelphia family offering support and their home music studio to a community of hip-hop artists.

Friday, April 13
The Florida Project

The Florida Project follows a precocious six-year-old set against “The Magic Castle” motel and nearby Disney World.

Friday, April 20
The Road Movie

The Road Movie shows road rage and more on Russian roads via dashboard camera footage.

Friday, April 27
Lady Bird

Lady Bird, set in Sacramento, CA tells the story and the conflicts between a tough mom and her teenage daughter.

Friday, May 4
Brimstone and Glory

Brimstone and Glory shows the flashes and fireworks at the National Pyrotechnic Festival, and pays tribute to the spirit of the Mexican Tultepec community.