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OCMA Summer Screenings – August 2023

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Enjoy summer outdoor screenings with food, specialty cocktails, and more with the Orange County Museum of Art! Taking place on the OCMA grounds, the films are inspired by themes in the museum’s Alice Neel: Feel Like Home exhibition that examine friends, family, and the journey of finding where we belong. Come early for pop-up gallery talks, the ultimate movie-themed art activities or relax among the lush greenery on the museum’s Upper Plaza (on Level 2). This is the perfect chance to spend time with the people you love for a unique cinema experience!

Guests are welcome to arrive starting at 5:00 PM with activities until 8:00 PM. Guests may bring blankets and chairs. Limited seating is available. OCMA’s café Verdant is open for dinner until 8:00 PM and specialty cocktails are concessions are available for purchase throughout the film. Outside food and drinks are not permitted at the museum.

Admission is free and everyone is welcome.

Directions and parking details here.

The Princess Bride – Aug 3
Directed by Rob Reiner | 1987

A swashbuckling farmhand named Westley must rescue his love Princess Buttercup from the dreadful Prince Humperdinck. Along the way he befriends companions and tackles obstacles in this adventure fantasy reflecting the essence of true friendship and true love.

Crazy Rich Asians – Aug 13
Directed by Jon M. Chu | 2018

This contemporary romantic comedy follows native New Yorker Rachel Chu’s journey to Singapore to meet her boyfriend’s family while discovering the meaning of true love, family, and friendship.

Mean Girls – Aug 18
Directed by Mark Waters | 2004

Teenager Cady Heron relocates to Illinois from Africa and navigates the complex social dynamics of a suburban high school. This coming-of-age film explores what it means to be your authentic self and the value of true friendships and family amongst a changing environment.


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