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Queens Drive-In: 28 Days Later + The Polio Crusade

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Queens Drive-In at The New York Hall of Science

47-01 111th St

Corona, NY 11358

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Danny Boyle’s groundbreaking zombie film reimagining, introduced by an epidemiologist working to improve outbreak response and preparedness.

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Date: Thursday, May 13th

Venue: Queens Drive-In at The New York Hall of Science

Address: 47-01 111th St, Corona, NY 11368

All Queens Drive-In attendees will need to enter via the main entrance at 111th Street/49th Avenue entrance to the New York Hall of Science. There will be no access from the Grand Central Parkway exit 9P.

Use Grand Central Parkway Exit 10W to Corona Ave, OR the Long Island Expressway to the 108th Street exit, and take local streets to the entrance for all vehicles on 49th Avenue and 111th Street. Signs and staff members will direct you to the Drive-In upon arrival.

7:00 PM: Doors Open & Pre-Show Begins

8:00 PM: The Polio Crusade Begins

8:55 PM: Intermission

9:05 PM: 28 Days Later Begins

This screening is made possible with the generous support of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

With an introduction by Dr. Caitlin Rivers—infectious disease epidemiologist at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security which advises U.S. and international leaders on epidemics—about how quickly viruses can spread and the importance of interventions like vaccines in response, accompanied by public understanding of these interventions.

28 Days Later

Danny Boyle | 2002 | UK | 113 mins.

With Cillian Murphy, Naomie Harris, Christopher Eccleston. One of the most influential horror films of the 21st century, 28 Days Later is a tightly conceived and powerful look at a society overcome by a virus that doesn’t kill, but causes people to turn on each other by inducing rage. A smash for Trainspotting director Danny Boyle and writer Alex Garland (Ex Machina), this prescient thriller masterfully updated the zombie genre. Rated: R

The Polio Crusade

Sarah Colt | 2009 | US | 53 mins.

Interweaving personal accounts of polio survivors, historians, and the only living scientist from the team that developed the vaccine, The Polio Crusade reminds us of the economic depression and social stigma that were at the height of the polio epidemic in 1930s America, as well as the importance of gaining the public’s trust despite misinformation campaigns. This documentary was made with support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s partnership with PBS’s The American Experience. Not Rated

Dr. Caitlin Rivers

Dr. Rivers is a Senior Scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Health and Engineering at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Her research focuses on improving public health preparedness and response, particularly by improving capabilities for “outbreak science” and infectious disease modeling to support public health decision making. Dr. Rivers has helped author influential reports that are guiding the U.S. response to COVID-19. Previously, she has developed models to predict the spread of Middle East respiratory syndrome and Ebola, briefed the Department of Defense on outbreak response, and tracked respiratory disease among Army service members. In May 2020, Dr. Rivers testified in front of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies on the COVID-19 Response.

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RSVP DOES NOT GUARANTEE ENTRY. IN THE EVENT OF EXTREME WEATHER, SHOW WILL BE RESCHEDULED AT THE SAME LOCATION. NO ALCOHOL IS PERMITTED.

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FAQs

What is the Queens Drive-In?

Presented as a partnership between the three New York cultural organizations Rooftop Films, Museum of the Moving Image, and New York Hall of Science, Queens Drive-In presents new and classic films as a way to bring culture and jobs back to one of the neighborhoods hardest hit by COVID-19.

¿Qué es el Queens Drive-In?

Presentado como una asociación entre las tres organizaciones culturales de Nueva York, Rooftop Films, Museum of the Moving Image y New York Hall of Science, Queens Drive-In presenta películas nuevas y clásicas como una forma de devolver la cultura y el trabajo a uno de los vecindarios más afectado por COVID-19.

What kind of ticket should I get?

If your car is over 60 inches in height then you should select an SUV ticket, if it's over 70 inches then you should select an Oversize ticket.

PLEASE NOTE: One ticket admits one car (with up to five guests allowed per vehicle).

¿Qué tipo de boleto debo obtener?

Si su automóvil tiene más de 60 pulgadas de altura, debe seleccionar un boleto de SUV, si tiene más de 70 pulgadas, entonces debe seleccionar un boleto de gran tamaño (oversize).

TENGA EN CUENTA: Un boleto admite un automóvil (con hasta cinco invitados permitidos por vehículo).

How will it work?

Bring your ticket (either printed or on your phone) and our team will check your tickets with a contactless check in scanner, respecting social distancing guidelines. We will direct you to your parking spot, and wait for the sun to set. Our audio is quality FM stereo sound that is tuned directly through your car’s FM stereo.

¿Cómo funcionará?

Traiga su boleto (ya sea impreso o en su teléfono) y nuestro equipo revisará sus boletos con un escáner de facturación sin contacto, respetando las pautas de distanciamiento social. Lo dirigiremos a su lugar de estacionamiento y esperamos al atardecer. Nuestro audio es un sonido estéreo FM de calidad que se sintoniza directamente a través del estéreo FM de su automóvil.

Are there any vehicle restrictions?

To keep the Drive-In safe and fun for everyone, the following vehicle restrictions apply. Not permitted are:

  • Bicycles
  • Motorcycles or scooters
  • Convertibles without roof
  • Cars with trailer attachments
  • Passenger Vans (7+ seats)
  • Buses
  • RVs
  • Long wheelbase vans
  • No open trunks or backwards facing parking

¿Existe alguna restricción vehicular?

Para que el Drive-In sea seguro y divertido para todos, se aplican las siguientes restricciones de vehículos. No se permiten:

  • Bicicletas
  • Motocicletas o scooters
  • Convertibles sin techo
  • Automóviles con accesorios de remolque
  • Furgonetas de pasajeros (7+ asientos)
  • Autobuses
  • Vehículos recreativos
  • Furgonetas con batalla larga

Can I buy food and drinks at the Drive-In?

The Queens Drive-In offers concessions on-site, before and during the screening, via two favorite vendors from the famed Queens Night Market. For orders placed online, you will receive a text when your food is ready for pickup at the vendor stands.

Choose from the following options:

  • CBao (Asian-style buns): When your vehicle is safely parked in the lot, order at www.mycbao.com
  • Dilena’s Dolcini (Snacks, cookies, popcorn, drinks): To order, either wave to the cart and they will come over to your vehicle, or go to bit.ly/QDIsnacks

¿Puedo comprar comida y bebida en el Drive-In?

El Queens Drive-In ofrece concesiones en el lugar, antes y durante la proyección, a través de dos proveedores favoritos del famoso Queens Night Market. Para los pedidos realizados en línea, recibirá un mensaje de texto cuando su comida esté lista para ser recogida en los puestos de los vendedores.

Elija entre las siguientes opciones:

  • CBao (pan de estilo asiático): cuando su vehículo esté estacionado de manera segura en el lote, haga su pedido en www.mycbao.com
  • Dilena’s Dolcini (bocadillos, galletas, palomitas de maíz, bebidas): para hacer un pedido, salude al carrito y se acercarán a su vehículo, o vaya a bit.ly/QDIsnacks

Can I bring food and drinks?

No alcoholic beverages are allowed, Having an open alcoholic beverage in a vehicle is prohibited in New York State at all times even when a car is parked, and this law applies at the drive-in as well. Feel free to bring your own non-alcoholic beverages and food.

¿Puedo traer comida y bebida?

No se permiten bebidas alcohólicas. Tener una bebida alcohólica abierta en un vehículo está prohibido en el estado de Nueva York en todo momento, incluso cuando el automóvil está estacionado, y esta ley también se aplica en el autocine. No dude en traer sus propias bebidas y alimentos sin alcohol.

How will parking spots be allocated?

Parking is first come, first served with the exception of larger / taller vehicles that may obstruct the view of cars behind them.

¿Cómo se asignarán las plazas de estacionamiento?

El estacionamiento se asigna por orden de llegada, con la excepción de los vehículos más grandes / altos que pueden obstruir la vista de los automóviles que están detrás de ellos.

What happens if I am late?

If you arrive later than 15 minutes before for the screening start time, you may miss the mandatory Drive-In safety briefing and may not be allowed to enter.

¿Qué pasa si llego tarde?

Si llega más tarde de 15 minutos antes de la hora de inicio, es posible que se pierda la sesión informativa de seguridad obligatoria del Drive-In y que no se le permita ingresar.

Can I bring an animal to the drive-in?

With the exception of ADA required service animals, unfortunately we cannot admit any other animals.

¿Puedo llevar un animal al autocine?

Con la excepción de los animales de servicio requeridos por la ADA, desafortunadamente no podemos admitir otros animales.

What COVID-19 Measures Have Been Taken?

Our guests and our team’s safety is our primary concern at the Drive-In. You will find an overview of the COVID-19 measures we will implement in our COVID Safety statement. These include social distancing for both guests and staff, regular cleaning of all facilities, and contact-free check-in. All attendees and staff are required to wear a mask whenever they are not in their vehicle, but masks are not required while attendees are in their vehicles. You will also be reminded of the mandatory safety measures via email and on-screen. With the exception of trips to the bathroom, we ask you to stay inside your car and keep the windows on the passenger side of the vehicle closed. If you drive a convertible, please close the roof before you enter the Drive-In site and keep it closed until after you have left.

¿Qué medidas COVID-19 se han tomado?

La seguridad de nuestros invitados y nuestro equipo es nuestra principal preocupación en el Drive-In. Encontrará una descripción general de las medidas de COVID-19 que implementaremos en nuestra declaración de seguridad de COVID. Estos incluyen el distanciamiento social tanto para los invitados como para el personal, la limpieza regular de todas las instalaciones y el check-in sin contacto. Se requiere que todos los asistentes y el personal usen una máscara siempre que no estén en su vehículo, pero no se requieren máscaras mientras los asistentes están en sus vehículos. También se le recordarán las medidas de seguridad obligatorias por correo electrónico y en la pantalla. Con la excepción de los viajes al baño, le pedimos que permanezca dentro de su automóvil y mantenga las ventanas del lado del pasajero del vehículo cerradas. Si conduce un convertible, cierre el techo antes de ingresar al sitio de Drive-In y manténgalo cerrado hasta que se haya ido.

Please review the drive-in policies, liability statement, and answers to other frequently asked questions here.

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