The flicks are screened on the wall of Ciao Bella Restaurant (236 S. High St.). This tradition started when the late John Pente allowed a projector to be set up in his third floor bedroom. He was a fervent supporter of the film fest until his death at age 100 in 2010. Pente’s family continues the tradition to this day.
Festivities start at 7 p.m. with live music, followed by the films at 9 p.m. And, there’s free popcorn.
Here’s the full 2015 schedule:
July 3: Moonstruck
July 10: Jersey Boys
July 17: The Wizard of Oz
July 24: Casablanca
July 31: Citizen Kane
August 7: Singin’ in the Rain
August 14: North by Northwest
August 21: Gone With the Wind
August 28: Cinema Paradiso
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