“Moonrise Kingdom,” “The Royal Tenenbaums,” “Rushmore” and other beloved Wes Anderson films will be showing at Westpost Plaza, formerly Pentagon Row, every other week for the rest of the summer.
“Pull up a chair or blanket and join us on the plaza on Wednesday evenings for movie nights,” says an event listing. “Grab a drink (to-go drinks from our restaurants are allowed) and food from one of our restaurants, and enjoy the weird wonderful world of Wes Anderson.”
This is the first outdoor movie series at the plaza, located at 1201 S. Joyce Street. Movies will be shown on Wednesdays starting tomorrow, July 28, and running through Sept. 22.
The schedule is as follows:
- July 28, 8 p.m.: Moonrise Kingdom
- Aug. 11, 8 p.m.: The Life Aquatic
- Aug. 25, 8 p.m.: Rushmore
- Sept. 8, 7 p.m.: The Royal Tenenbaums
- Sept. 22, 7 p.m.: Fantastic Mr. Fox
Tickets are free, but attendance will be limited to 125 people per film. Ticket reservations can be made online.
Westpost asks moviegoers to bring a chair or blanket, as seating will not be provided.
Tour the small tight-knit community of Dover Crystal in the latest Neighborhood Spotlight.
Learn more about the certificate and graduate programs at the Schar School during the Virtual Open House June 8.
Happy Memorial Day weekend, Arlington. We hope you’re able to get some rest and reflection in after this long week. Once we push past some rain this evening, it’s looking…
The Armed Forces Cycling Classic, a series of races around Clarendon and Crystal City, is set to take place the first weekend of June. The Cycling Classic will be held…