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As part of their first-ever Film For All Campaign, TFF’s presenting sponsor AT&T asked members of the public to tweet the film they thought all New Yorkers should see during the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. The votes have been counted and New York has spoken!
The film garnering the most tweets—Rob Reiner’s When Harry Met Sally...—will screen at outdoor venues in all five boroughs simultaneously on the evening of June 24. Penned by the beloved Nora Ephron, this quintessentially New York romantic comedy stars Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan as Harry Burns and Sally Albright, two very different people whose friendship evolves into love over 12 years of various encounters against the backdrop of New York City.
As they watch Harry and Sally interact in venues such as Washington Square Park, the MET, and Katz’s Delicatessen, audiences will fall in love with NYC all over again. Don’t miss your chance to see this classic on the big screen under the stars!
No matter the borough, every New Yorker will have the opportunity to see When Harry Met Sally... for free on June 24. The doors for all venues will open at 7PM and the film will start properly at 8:30PM everywhere. See below for screening venue information.
Manhattan: Solar One
at 23rd Street and the East River, (24-20 FDR Drive Service Road East, Manhattan)
Bronx: Bronx Terminal Market
(610 Exterior Street, Bronx)
Brooklyn: The Beach at Coney Island
(3059 West 12th Street, Brooklyn)
Queens: Socrates Sculpture Park
(3134 Vernon Boulevard, Long Island City)
Staten Island: Richmond County Bank Ballpark
(75 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island)