Thursdays, August 14â€“28, dusk
Bell Museum courtyard
Is your global climate in peril? Got alien invaders? Is a meteor threatening to end civilization as you know it? These campy sci-fi films put researchers up against natural disasters, unexplained phenomena, political bureaucracy, and even romanceâ€”will they save the day with science? Join the Bell Museum and Take-up Productions for the second annual Summer Sci-Fi Film Series featuring free outdoor films and related activities.
Films are free and start at duskâ€”popcorn and soda will be available for purchase. In the event of rain, films will be moved indoors to the Bell Museum Auditorium and begin at 8:30 p.m.
Fantastic Voyage (1966)
A medical team is miniaturized and injected into a scientist's brain in order to save his life.
The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms (1953)
A ferocious dinosaur awakened by an Arctic atomic test terrorizes the North Atlantic and ultimately New York City.
The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961)
British reporters suspect an international coverâ€“up of a global disaster in progressâ€”and they are right.