September 18 & 19 @ 7:00PM

Stonington Ball Field



Robin Wright and Cary Elwes star in this fairytale adventure about a beautiful princess and the gallant hero who rescues her from an evil villain.


Directed by Rob Reiner, it's an enchanting classic the whole family will love!

$20 / CAR


September 25 & 26 @ 7:00PM

Stonington Ball Field



The 23rd Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival, a worldwide event taking place across six continents between September 24 and October 31, 2020, is the only event of its kind. The Final Nine screen simultaneously across the world during a one-month period, with the Best Film and Best Actor awards determined by ballots cast by the audiences in each participating venue.

This year's Final Nine selections use drama, comedy and animation to address an astonishing number of themes, ranging from identity to parenthood to the seemingly universal frustration caused by the Department of Motor Vehicles no matter the country. The directorial voices are both male and female from countries large and small, often inspired by personal and sometimes harrowing, experience. This year's Final Nine screening also is a rare instance when gripping dramas from Iran, Israel, and the State of Palestine are featured in the same program.

$20 / CAR




All tickets must be purchased online at the links above prior to your arrival. Movie concession packages may be purchased at the time of ticket purchase up until 6PM the night of your show. Your concessions will be ready at the gate when you arrive. We only require your name. Absolutely no alcohol is permitted at the Stonington Ball Field.


We faithfully watch the Doppler weather maps! All cancellations will be decided by 4PM on the day of the show. All ticket holders will be emailed, and we will post on our social media channels. If you have purchased tickets and a show is canceled, your tickets will be made good for an additional screening the same weekend. If you are unable to make another screening the same weekend, please contact our Box Office at (207) 367-2788 to apply your credit toward a future date or to receive a refund.


Gates will open at 7:15PM. No parking after 7:55PM and no latecomers will be admitted. When arriving at the Stonington Ball Field, follow signs and staff instructions for traffic flow. Show your ticket confirmation (printed or on phone) to staff upon entering. Please give your name if tickets were ordered by phone.


Film audio will be broadcast over FM radio. You can listen to your car radio or portable radio. Before purchasing a ticket, please be sure that your radio tunes to this frequency. If using your car radio for sound, you may want to start your car for a minute every hour to keep the battery alive.


Staff will guide you to a specific parking spot. Bigger SUV and Trucks will be placed in the back row. All vehicles will face front. We do not allow backing into spaces. Some newer cars have headlights that don’t turn off when the car is in standby/accessory mode. OHA staff will use painters tape and black trash bags to block out these headlights.


Once the film ends, wait for the staff to instruct you to leave. Cars will be guided to the exit in the order they are parked. If your car battery is dead at the end of the night, please remain in your vehicle. Once all other vehicles have left, a staff member will jump start your car with a jump box and cables.


To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, all staff will wear face masks at all times. Patrons must stay in their cars to watch the film. Cars will be spaced 6 feet apart. Patrons will wear a face mask/covering if they need to leave the car for any reason. Restroom facilities are limited, please plan accordingly. Patrons must carry out their own trash.

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