Sundance Festival Drive-In Screenings at Fort Mason

Sundance Festival Drive-In Screenings at Fort MasonSan Francisco city officials have decided to permit drive-in screenings for the Sundance Film Festival at the end of this month. Now Bay Area movie buffs have the opportunity to see the films in-person.

The Fort Mason Center is partnering with the Roxie Theater for the festival. Cars will be limited to a single household per vehicle and no concessions will be sold (so BYO snacks). Filmgoers will be required to remain in their vehicles unless using the restrooms.

Moviegoers can view films from an array of Bay Area filmmakers. Locally-produced highlights include Natalia Almada’s documentary Users about the dehumanizing consequences of technological advances, and a documentary focused on Bay Area public schools: Debbie Lum’s Try Harder, featuring students from San Francisco’s Lowell High School.

The 2021 Sundance Film Festival runs Jan. 28 through Feb. 3. Full San Francisco Sundance lineup and tickets are available on the Roxy Theater’s website.

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