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A24, the indie film distribution company responsible for films like Moonlight, Eighth Grade, Midsommar, Swiss Army Man, and dozens more, has announced a cool new project called A24 Public Access. It’s a six-week screening series in which the company will take some of its best films on the road this summer and project them onto billboards in cities across America in which the films are set. Best of all, the screenings are free. Find out which films are playing in which cities below.
In the past, the Alamo Drafthouse has hosted a series called Rolling Roadshow in which they would play repertory film screenings in the locations where the movies took place – Bonnie and Clyde in the bank where one of the movie’s heists was filmed, The Blues Brothers at Old Joliet Prison, Jackie Brown at the LAX airport, Close Encounters of the Third Kind at Devil’s Tower, etc.
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Now A24 is putting their own spin on that concept, renting billboards in major cities and bringing some of their most acclaimed films on the road for free screenings this summer. Here’s the breakdown of what they have in store:
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