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Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them
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Join us every other Friday from June 2-Aug. 25 (except for Saturday, July 29) for free movies in Railyard Park! The Santa Fe Railyard movie series takes place on the beautiful Railyard Park Performance Lawn in the heart of the Railyard Park, located at the intersection of Paseo De Peralta and Cerrillos Rd. Directions and parking info are on the Railyard web site. (You can also download a map [JPG] showing all of the Railyard parking and transportation options.)
- Chairs and blankets are welcome. No umbrellas, please.
- Picnics are welcome but NO ALCOHOL is allowed in City of Santa Fe Parks.
- Food trucks are at most movies.
- Well behaved, leashed dogs are ok, but it usually works better to leave your canine companions at home.
Register for the event and we'll send you updates if there are any schedule changes as well as info on future free Railyard programs and events around Santa Fe and Albuquerque.
This spin-off of the Harry Potter franchise jumps back in time to explore the wizarding world of 1926 New York, which is being threatened by both mystical acts of destruction and a group of extremist No-Majs (the American term for Muggles, i.e. those unable to use magic). Author Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) arrives in the city as part of a global study of fantastic beasts, but he gets caught up in this conflict when some of the magical creatures in his care are accidentally released. Katherine Waterston, Alison Sudol, Dan Fogler, Colin Farrell, Ezra Miller, and Johnny Depp co-star in this fantasy adventure, which was directed by David Yates (who helmed four of the Harry Potter films) and adapted for the screen by J.K. Rowling from her own book.
"This is a truly magical experience in every sense of the word. This is not only a good film—quite possibly the best chapter of its series since 2004's 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban'—but in a strange way, it is an important one. It shows how pluck and perseverance and goodwill—and, frankly, a magic wand—can stand up to unsettling challenges. One hundred percent recommended. Multiple viewings advised."
—Colin Covert, Minneapolis Star Tribune
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