NoMa Summer Screen

The 2014 season of NoMa Summer Screen is quickly approaching! The theme for this year’s lineup is “Unlikely Friendships.” Thank you to the 1,500+ people who took our survey to vote for their favorite movies in the potential lineup. We will be finalizing the movie selection in the next week. If you have any ideas for movies, please post them to NoMa BID’s Facebook page. In the meantime, we look forward to spending Wednesday nights with you watching great movies under the stars this summer.

2013 Season

NoMa Summer Screen is a free, 13-week outdoor film series in NoMa, Washington, D.C.’s fastest growing neighborhood. Every Wednesday from May 22 to August 21, hundreds of neighbors gathered at 7 p.m. on the Loree Grand Field at Second and L Streets, NE, for music, giveaways, food trucks, picnicking, and fun for the whole family. Films started at dark. All movies were screened with subtitles. Coolers, children and friendly (leashed) dogs are welcome. Moviegoers brought blankets, Frisbees, and picnic coolers and connected with friends and neighbors as they enjoyed great films under the stars. Follow us on Twitter @NoMaBID or Facebook for weather updates, surprise giveaways, weekly activities, and information on food vendor specials.

Outlaw Heroes:

Family Film Night at Sursum Corda

For the third year, the NoMa BID also sponsors Family Film Night at Sursum Corda, where families and children gather for free family-centric movies (also fitting the ‘Outlaw Hero’ theme) and free food. Family Film Night takes place on four Tuesdays this summer in a different location west of North Capitol Street. For the full line-up and more info, visit Many thanks to our sponsor Harris Teeter for providing all the food for this event!

About NoMa Summer Screen

In 2011, NoMa Summer Screen was ranked one of the Top 10 Best Outdoor Movie Theatres in America by Travel and Leisure Magazine, and the NoMa BID won a Merit Award from the International Downtown Association for event programming. In 2012, each NoMa Summer Screen film averaged more than 600 viewers, peaking with 800 neighbors for a screening of ‘Shaun of the Dead.’

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