Rain and/or high winds can cause a movie night to be cancelled. Outdoor Movies Of NC offers a rain date guarantee in situations.
Not at all.
Definitely! Some of our customers chose to work with local business to sponsor their movie night to help offset the cost.
We typically schedule an arrival time of 2 – 3 hours prior to your movie start time. Equipment can typically be setup in as little as 45 minutes depending on screen size and venue. We will work with you to schedule our arrival time at your movie night.
Great question! Outdoor movies of NC has different screen sizes to choose from but prices range from just $299 to $1999 & up depending on which screen fits your event.
If your movie is held outdoors we recommend you schedule your start time to be at least 15 minutes after the official sunset time for your location. We will recommend your earliest start time when you call to make your reservation.
Outdoor movies of NC Includes a generator at no charge. If you have a 30 amp 220 volt plug we would be happy to use it.
Yes you can! Anything you can put on your television can be shown on our huge screens. Some great ideas for events around a screen rental include video gaming parties and live sporting events.
Outdoor Movies are a fun, family friendly activity that promotes a sense of community and can be enjoyed by just about everyone! It’s both modern and nostalgic all at the same time, and provides a truly unique cinematic experience for movie lovers of all ages!
generally, showing a movie outdoors in a location other than your backyard will require a license. The Federal Copyright Act (Title 17, United States code, Public Law 94-553, 90 Stat. 2541) governs how copyrighted materials, such as movies, may be utilized publicly. Neither the rental nor the purchase or lending of a videocassette or DVD carries with it the right to exhibit such a movie publicly outside the home, unless the site where the video is used is properly licensed for copyright compliant exhibition.
This legal copyright compliance requirement applies to parks and recreation departments, colleges, universities, public schools, day care facilities, summer camps, churches, private clubs, prisons, lodges, businesses, etc. regardless of whether admission is charged, whether the institution is commercial or non-profit or whether a federal, state or local agency is involved.
The movie studios who own copyrights, and their agents, are the only parties who are authorized to license sites such as parks and recreation departments, businesses, museums, etc. No other group or person has the right to exhibit or license exhibitions of copyrighted movies.