Green Screen Film Series: WALL-E

Thursday, June 2 | Gates open at 7:30P; Film begins at 8:45P

Austin’s warm summer nights are back, and so is our Green Screen Film Series!

Join us outdoors for WALL-E, featuring a small waste-collecting robot from the distant future who inadvertently embarks on a space journey that will ultimately decide the fate of mankind.

Our Green Screen Film Series is held one Thursday per month throughout the summer in the lakeside amphitheater at The Contemporary Austin – Laguna Gloria. This season we’re letting Tom Friedman’s alien-like silver sculpture, Looking Up, inspire us. We’ll be screening classic sci-fi movies featuring other-worldly beings all summer long!

So, gather your friends, pack a blanket, and teleport yourself over to the best outdoor movie night in Austin! Arrive early so you and your crew can wander the grounds and experience the sculpture park as the sun sets. Food and drink can be purchased from our on-site café, Spread & Co. at Laguna Gloria, or feel free to bring your own.

About your visit ...

  • Spots are first come, first served, so arrive early for your pick of screen sightlines.
  • Bring your own blankets; folding chairs are encouraged. No seating will be provided.
  • Masks are encouraged, especially within any of our indoor spaces. Please review our updated visitor health & safety guidelines here.

Thank you to Austin Film Society, our Green Screen Film Series community partners.