Pyramid Brewery in partnership with Epic Arts presents movies under the stars...
Six Saturdays! - August 19 thru September 30
(no show 9/2 Labor Day)
DOORS 7:00pm | MUSIC 7:30pm | MOVIE 8:30pm - CLICK FOR MOVIE LISTINGS
The Pyramid Alehouse in Berkeley (located at the corner of Gilman and 8th Street, Berkeley - map) welcomes back a popular summer tradition with the return of the annual Pyramid Alehouse Outdoor Cinema Series, this year partnering with Epic Arts to bring even more fun, live music, and new people to the festivities. The Pyramid Outdoor Cinema features favorite cult classics projected on a large screen in the giant open-air brewery parking lot. The movies will show every Saturday beginning Aug 19th through September 30th, no show September 2nd. Pyramid beers and Thomas Kemper root beer on tap and a full menu available all night. $5 suggested donation and beer sales help benefit Epic Arts' ongoing community arts programming. No one turned away for lack of funds.
Audience participants are asked to bring their own seating for the showings. Chairs are easiest, but rolling sofas, four poster beds, recliners, patio furniture, or even a comfortable canoe are seating possibilities that have shown up in the past.
Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid
Legendary outlaws Butch Cassidy (Paul Newman) and the Sundance Kid (Robert Redford) display perfect comedic timing and charisma as they pull off heist after heist in this Oscar-winning film from director George Roy Hill. To evade a relentless posse, the boys flee to Bolivia, thinking they'll find easier pickings there. But trouble finds the fugitives wherever they go, and soon, the charming desperadoes are on the run again.
This top-notch Hitchcock espionage thriller builds to an incredibly suspenseful climax. Government agent T.R. Devlin (Cary Grant) recruits Alicia Huberman (Ingrid Bergman) to spy on her father's influential Nazi friends. As part of her cover, she marries ringleader Claude Rains, but finds she's falling in love with Grant. The 360-degree camera pan around a smitten Grant and Bergman ranks as one of the screen's hottest love scenes.
Charlton Heston stars in one of the '60s' most beloved camp classics. Bewildered astronaut George Taylor (Heston) crash lands on a strange planet ruled by intelligent apes who use primitive humans for experimentation and sport. Taylor quickly finds himself among the hunted as he struggles to escape the apes' power -- and uncover their darkest secret.