Georgetown Sunset Cinema: Burn After Reading

From Rachel Cothran, Communications Director, Georgetown Business Improvement District

On Tuesday nights starting July 7, the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) kicks off Georgetown Sunset Cinema, Georgetown’s first-ever outdoor movie experience, through August 4. The inaugural slate 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. View the list of films and additional information at www.georgetowndc.com/sunsetcinema

WHEN: Every Tuesday, July 7 through August 4. Movies begin at sunset; arrive at 7 p.m. 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.

MOVIES

  • July 28   Burn After Reading (Rated R)
  • Aug. 4   TBA