Two films are showing this week at The Shotwell Drive-In, 40 West St. (just off Route 1). Tickets are $20 per vehicle. Both films have limited tickets available (pre-registration only), so make sure to reserve your (parking) spot at The Shotwell now, click here! Concessions and restrooms are available on site.

"Grizzly Man" (2005, USA) screens Thursday, Aug. 27, at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. The rated R film runs 1 hour, 43 minutes.

Pieced together from Timothy Treadwell's actual video footage, Werner Herzog's remarkable documentary examines the calling that drove Treadwell to live among a tribe of wild grizzly bears on an Alaskan reserve. A devoted conservationist with a passion for adventure, Treadwell believed he had bridged the gap between human and beast. When one of the bears he loved and protected tragically turns on him, the footage he shot serves as a window into our understanding of nature and its grim realities.

"The Last Waltz" (1978, USA) screens Saturday, Aug. 29, at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. The rated PG film runs 1 hour, 57 minutes.

Don't miss a newly remastered version of Martin Scorcese's 1978 classic, "The Last Waltz," on the big screen! On Thanksgiving Day 1976, The Band gave its farewell concert at Winterland in San Francisco. On hand to help say goodbye to this influential rock group were some of the most acclaimed musicians of the late 1960s and '70s. This film is not only a vibrant documentary of that historic evening, but also a commentary on the rock world at the time. Most of the picture is concert footage of The Band and their guest performers, highlighted by interviews with members of the group, who eloquently articulate their personal involvement in the history of rock and roll.

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