Top Down: Rooftop Cinema

  • July 25, 2013 — August 29, 2013

Join us atop the Hotel deLuxe’s parking structure at SW 15th and Yamhill for our ninth annual program of cinema under the stars. Doors open at 7 PM with food and beverages available for purchase from Gracie’s Restaurant, Portland Brewing Company, and Honest Tea and live music from local bands brought to you by Music Millennium.

Doors at 7pm; Music at 8pm; Film at 9pm.

THE 8:30 RULE
Entry for advance ticket holders and pass holders is guaranteed until 8:30pm. Advance tickets and passes ensure that you will not have to wait in the ticket purchase line but do not guarantee entry after 8:30pm. A limited number of chairs are available on a first come, first serve basis.

Advance ticket holders who arrive after 8:30pm but are not admitted to the screening (in the case of a sell out) may exchange their tickets for another Top Down screening. There are no refunds or exchanges for arrivals after the film begins (9pm) or for entirely missed screenings. We appreciate your understanding.

Thanks to our sponsors: Hotel deLuxe, Peter Corvallis Productions, Music Millennium, Honest Tea, Portland Brewing Company, Car2Go, Portland Mercury, Yelp! Portland, KIND Healthy Snacks, PDX Pipeline, 94.7 FM, and Poster Child Events.

TICKETS AT THE DOOR ARE CASH ONLY.

Jour de fête

Directed by Jacques Tati

Tati’s (M. HULOT’S HOLIDAY) first film frolics through the adventures of François, a rural postman who is the object of

Dancing Outlaw II: Jesco Goes to Hollywood

Directed by Jacob Young

Meet Jesco White, a hard-living tap dancer in Boone County, West Virginia, whose repeated run-ins with the law have interfered

Zelig

Directed by Woody Allen

Leonard Zelig (Allen) is the “human chameleon” in mock-documentary scenes that purport to be vintage newsreel clips of the 1920s

Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure

Directed by Stephen Herek

High school slackers Bill (Alex Winter) and Ted (Keanu Reeves) need to ace their history presentation in order to avoid

The Hunger

Directed by Tony Scott

Catherine Deneuve, David Bowie, and Susan Sarandon make a comely vampire ménage à trois in this steamy cult story of

Swing Time

Directed by George Stevens

Gambling hoofer Lucky Garnett (Fred Astaire) leaves his bride standing at the altar one too many times and now must