The Indianapolis Museum of Art Summer Nights outdoor film series continues this summer on the grounds of the museum.
The remaining shows that are not sold out are listed below. For further information and ticket availability for all dates, call the museum or visit imamuseum.org.
•Friday: “The Fast and the Furious” (2001, 106 min., PG-13). Sent to infiltrate Domenic Toretto’s (Vin Diesel) street racing crew, officer Brian O’Connor (Paul Walker) becomes enamored with the street racing lifestyle and Toretto’s sister, Mia (Jordana Brewster).
•July 1: “Bedknobs & Broomsticks” (1971, 117 min., G) In this Disney musical, Charlie, Paul and Carrie are sent to live in the country villages of England during WWII. After discovering their caretaker, Eglatine, is an apprentice witch, they promise to keep her secret only if they are allowed to join in the fun.
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•July 7: “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” (1992, 86 min., PG-13) When cheerleader Buffy Summers (Kristi Swanson) is approached by a stranger (Donald Sutherland) claiming her destiny is to protect the world from vampires, she assumes he is crazy. But when students at the school turn up with mysterious bite marks, Buffy learns to balance fighting vampires with shopping for the perfect prom dress, in this Joss Whedon favorite.
•July 28: “Friday” (1995, 91 min., R) After being laid off from his job, Craig (Ice Cube) and his best friend Smokey (Chris Tucker) spend the day hanging out on the front porch and watching their South Central neighborhood. When Smokey is confronted by his supplier, Big Worm, the friends must come up with $200 by the end of the night.
•Aug. 18: “Serenity” (2005, 119 min., PG-13) In this Joss Whedon original, when the renegade crew of Serenity, led by Malcom Reynolds (Nathan Fillion), agrees to harbor the fugitive, River Tamon (Summer Glau), aboard their ship, they find themselves chased by one of The Alliance’s top operatives, who will destroy anything, or anyone, to get River back.
Tickets are $8 for IMA members and $12 for the public. All tickets are non-refundable.
Moviegoers may bring blankets, chairs, food and non-alcoholic beverages. Sun King Brewery will offer beer and wine available for purchase at each screening. Food also will be available for purchase from King David Dogs and the IMA.
Films will be shown at 9 p.m. in The Toby in the event of inclement weather. Film location can be confirmed after 5 p.m. on the day of the film by calling 317-923-1331.
The museum is at 4000 Michigan Road, Indianapolis.