A list of the area’s outdoor summer movie series

Alex Beall, special to wtop.com

WASHINGTON — The weather’s warm, the kids are almost out of school and everyone is looking for something to do. This summer, forget spending money at the movie theater. Grab a blanket and check out a free outdoor movie screening the whole family will love.

Here is a list of just some of the outdoor film series offered in the area.

NoMa Summer Screen

When: 7 p.m.

Where: Loree Grand Field, Second and L Streets, NE

June 5 – “The Princess Bride”

June 12 – “The Italian Job”

June 19 – “The Goonies”

June 26 – “The Breakfast Club”

July 3 – “The Fugitive”

July 10 – “Bridesmaids”

July 17 – “Moonrise Kingdom”

July 24 – “True Grit”

July 31 – “Hunger Games”

August 7 – “Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid”

August 14 – “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”

NoMa Family Film Night

When: 7 p.m.

Where: Sursum Corda

June 18 – “How to Train Your Dragon”

July 9 – “Despicable Me”

July 23 – “Toy Story 3”

August 6 – “Happy Feet”

Bethesda Outdoor Movie Series

When: 9 p.m.

Where: Woodmont Triangle, Corner of Norfolk and Auburn Avenues

July 23 – “The Princess Bride”

July 24 – “Rear Window”

July 25 – “Back to the Future”

July 26 – “The Hunger Games”

July 27 – “Life of Pi”

Rosslyn Outdoor Film Festival

When: 6 p.m.

Where: Gateway Park, 1300 Lee Highway

June 7 – “Risky Business”

June 14 – “Can’t Buy Me Love”

June 21 – “Easy A”

June 28 – “10 Things I Hate About You”

July 5 – “Bring It On”

July 12 – “Pretty in Pink”

July 19 – “She’s All That”

July 26 – “Fame”

August 2 – “Can’t Hardly Wait”

August 9 – “Sixteen Candles”

August 16 – “High School Musical 3: Senior Year”

August 23 – “American Graffiti”

August 30 – “Grease”

Capitol Riverfront Thursday Movies

When: Sundown

Where: Canal Park

June 6 – “Green Lantern”

June 13 – “Iron Man”

June 20 – “Batman and Robin”

June 27 – “The Hulk”

July 11 – “Batman Begins”

July 18 – “Thor”

July 25 – “The Dark Knight”

August 1 – “The Avengers”

August 8 – “The Dark Knight Rises”

Crystal City Screen Movie Festival

When: Sundown

Where: The green space at 1851 S. Bell St.

June 3 – “E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial”

June 10 – “The Social Network”

June 17 – “The King’s Speech”

June 24 – “Crash”

July 1 – “American Beauty”

July 8 – “The Blind Side”

July 15 – “Moneyball”

July 22 – “A Beautiful Mind”

July 29 – “Forrest Gump”

August 5 – “The Help”

August 12 – “Jaws”

August 19 – “Inception”

August 26 – “Jurassic Park”

Movies on the Potomac

When: Sundown

Where: The Plaza at National Harbor

June 2 – “Brave”

June 9 – “The Lorax”

June 16 – “Madagascar 3”

June 23 – “Hotel Transylvania”

June 30 – “Rise of the Guardians”

July 7 – “E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial”

July 14 – “Back to the Future”

July 21 – “Ghostbusters”

July 28 – “The Goonies”

August 4 – “Mighty Ducks”

August 11 – “Little Big League”

August 18 – “Dreamer”

August 25 – “Thunderstruck”

September 1 – “Remember the Titans”

Movies on the Square

When: 8:30 p.m.

Where: Rockville Town Square

June 12 – “The Lorax”

June 19 – “Skyfall”

June 26 – “The Dark Knight Rises”

July 3 – “Life of Pi”

July 10 – “The Hunger Games”

July 17 – “Men in Black 3”

July 24 – “Wreck-It Ralph”

July 31 – “Big”

August 7 – “The Avengers”

August 14 – “Les Miserables”

August 21 – “Hotel Transylvania”

Jane Austen Film Festival

When: 8:30 p.m.

Where: Dumbarton House

June 12 – “Becoming Jane”

July 10 – “Mansfield Park”

August 7 – “Pride & Prejudice”

Movies in the Garden at the Heurich House Museum, presented by The Golden Triangle Business Improvement District and Heurich House Museum

When: 8 p.m.

Where: Heurich House Museum, 1307 New Hampshire Ave., NW

June 7 – “Casablanca”

June 14 – “Rear Window”

June 21 – “Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark” (begins at 9 p.m.)

June 28 – “Some Like it Hot”

July 5 – “Yankee Doodle Dandy”

July 12 – “The Philadelphia Story”

Screen on the Green

When: Sundown

Where: National Mall

July 22 – “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial”

July 29 – “Norma Rae”

August 5 – “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory”

August 12 – “Tootsie”

There are a variety of other film festivals this summer in the D.C. area. DC Outdoor Films has a full schedule of free movie screenings.

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