Enjoy a free film under the stars at Pier I in Riverside Park, along the Hudson River. 

The theme of this year's film series is Bicycles. 

On July 18th, the series will feature the film Flying Scotsman (2006), the true story of Graeme Obree, a Champion cyclist who built his bicycle from old bits of washing machines. He who won his championship, only to have his title stripped from him and his mental health problems he has suffered since.

According to the Parks Department: 

The film will begin when it is dark enough to see the image on the screen which is dependent on the sunset, generally around 8:30pm.

Seating opens at 6:30, and is first come first serve and people can 'save' chairs. Chairs (about 300 of them) and front of chairs ground seating normally fill by 7:30pm. 

Front ground seating is for blankets/butts on ground (the pier is hard made of pavers), low beach chairs only allowed against the North pier railing.  Ground seating behind our chairs, or bring your own chair seating is available after our seats fill.

Contact email: zhen.heinemann@parks.nyc.gov