Portland, OR. The “Cinema Unbound” Drive-In series at Zidell Yards kicked off this weekend with a screening of John Lewis: Good Trouble. The Drive-In experience is created by The Northwest Film Center and Portland Art Museum. It runs from August 6th – September 27th on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. The opening weekend was sold out, but tickets are still available for upcoming screenings. Learn more and see the full slate of films by clicking here.

Dawn Porter’s new documentary John Lewis: Good Trouble was a hit with attendees.

Organizers say each night features a different film; Some push boundaries in a future-forward way and some take us back to our youth. Some films were made right here in the Northwest and the rest hail from New York and Hollywood.

The gates at Zidell Yards open at 8:30 pm. All movies start at dusk and are appropriate for children and adults. There’s also a regional short film before each feature film. Music is provided by X-Ray FM.

Attendees listen to the film’s audio through a car radio; sound is an in-car experience, over a limited FM transmission. All tickets and concessions are sold online, in advance only, through Northwest Film Center and Portland Art Museum’s websites. Tickets are $35 per car, $45 for Trucks, Vans and SUVs, and $55 for Premium Seating.

From Portland Art Museum:

All films are subject to change without notice. The Zidell Yards is located at 3030 S. Moody Ave, Portland, OR 97201 

For up-to-date event information regarding weather and the Drive-In at Zidell Yards, please visit the event’s website. Please assume the show is on unless otherwise noted.

For questions about tickets please contact the Ticket Tomato customer service team at 1-800-820-9884 or [email protected].

The Cinema Unbound Drive-In Theater Guidelines – Please Read Before You Arrive

Tickets on sale at nwfilm.org