October 3, 2020

7:30 pm

BLUE VELVET & MULHOLLAND DR. & LOST HIGHWAY

BEYOND FEST 2020

Triple Feature

Mission Tiki Drive-In

Montclair, CA

Saturday, October 3rd | 7:30 PM PDT

SOLD OUT

 

BABY WANTS TO FEST! DAVID LYNCH TRIPLE FEATURE

BLUE VELVET

plus

MULHOLLAND DR.

plus

LOST HIGHWAY

MORE INFORMATION

About the Mission Tiki Drive-In

This event takes place at the Mission Tiki Drive-In Theatre at 10798 Ramona Ave in Montclair, CA 91763. PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY – we recommend arriving up to an hour and a half before showtime, as the line for entering the lot can take a long time. We will have a music playlist to entertain you as you enter. The drive-in opens at 6:30 PM. There are several screens at the theatre (any lane gets you into any screen); Cinematheque signage will direct you to our event.

The audio for the movies is broadcast through an FM transmitter radio. If you do not have this or the quality in your car is not good, you can bring a battery-operated stereo with speakers to hear the movies.

Large SUVs should sit in the back half of the theater as to not obstruct the view of other moviegoers. All cars should turn off headlights so as to not interrupt the viewing experience.

Social distancing is required at this event. Do not not park your vehicle within six feet of another vehicle. You must only view the movie from inside your vehicle. If you leave your vehicle to visit the bathroom or snack bar, you must wear a mask. See the Mission Tiki’s “About” page for additional information.

About Ticketing

Tickets sales on Eventbrite end at 3 PM on the day of the event (10/3). There will NOT be tickets on sale at the box office. Eventbrite is the only way to purchase tickets.

Tickets are sold by car, not passengers. Your ticket MUST reflect the number of passengers in your vehicle:

Car with 1 Passenger      $20.00
Car with 2 Passengers    $26.00
Car with 3 Passengers    $32.00
Car with 4 Passengers    $38.00
Car with 5 Passengers    $44.00

Passengers within the vehicle SHOULD NOT each purchase individual tickets. Drivers concealing another person(s) will be turned away without refund. All cars are subject to search. For any questions or concerns, please contact [email protected]

Tickets bought on Eventbrite guarantee admittance to both features. There will be a 15-20 minute break between features.

About BLUE VELVET

BLUE VELVET
1986, Park Circus/MGM, 120 min, USA, Dir: David Lynch

Squeaky-clean suburbanite Jeffrey (Kyle MacLachlan) gets a crash course in the dark side of life when he stumbles upon a severed ear in a field near his home. Before his amateur investigation is over, he encounters kidnapping, murder, sexual assault, Isabella Rossellini as a tormented torch singer and Dennis Hopper as one of the scariest villains in film history. Director David Lynch combines Hitchcockian suspense, surrealist imagery and a Hardy Boys plot to create a one-of-a-kind Grimm’s fairy tale for adults. Laura Dern and Dean Stockwell costar.

About MULHOLLAND DR.

MULHOLLAND DR.
2001, Janus Films, 147 min, USA, Dir: David Lynch

In David Lynch’s maniacal, notorious thriller, amnesia-suffering Rita (Laura Harring), who barely escapes murder on winding, hilly Mulholland Drive, makes her way down to Hollywood, where she sneaks into the apartment of bright-eyed aspiring actress Betty (Naomi Watts). When the two women encounter each other and try to piece together what happened to Rita, their descent into the freshly warped and hypnotically nightmarish Lynchian rabbit hole ensues. A lethal blue box, an unlucky director named Adam Kesher and a neon-glowing nightclub called Silencio are only the tip of the iceberg in this kinkily off-kilter neo-noir.

About LOST HIGHWAY

LOST HIGHWAY
1997, Focus Features, 135 min, France, USA, Dir: David Lynch

Did jazzman Fred Madison (Bill Pullman) murder his wife? Drawing on many of noir’s most familiar themes – the crumbling of a guilty psyche, the distrust between men and women, the erotic allure of the dark side – LOST HIGHWAY brazenly deconstructs a noir narrative and reconfigures it all as balls-to-the-wall cinematic poetry. With Patricia Arquette and Balthazar Getty.

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