Ped Mall -Scene 1 Sun, Sep 10, 2023 7:00 PM
Series Info
Film Info
Director:Harmony Korine
Featuring:Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson
Runtime:94 minutes
Year Released:2012
Production Country:USA


Join us for some well-loved classics beneath the stars and above the streets of Iowa City from the summer through fall. You never know what we’ll add to each screening to butter up your Rooftop experience. Get your tickets early to these extra special screenings as seating is limited, and Rooftop shows do sell out!

Doors open for our fall season with seating and pre-show fun at 7:00pm. The screening begins at 7:30pm. In the case of inclement weather, the screening will occur indoors.


"[A] hallucinogenic young adult frolic."—Chris Chase, New York Daily News

"A mesmerizing and frightening portrait of a world gone mad and innocence destroyed."—Mattie Lucas, The Dispatch

"A lurid neon poem of a spring break road trip that descends into drugs, gang war, and pink balaclavas."—Sophie Brown, Dazed and Confused

A Girls Will Be Girls selection

From visionary director Harmony Korine comes a bold new vision of the seasonal American ritual known as "spring break"—the bacchanalia of bikinis, beach parties and beer bongs that draws hordes of college students to the Florida coast and elsewhere each year.

Brit (Ashley Benson), Faith (Selena Gomez), Candy (Vanessa Hudgens) and Cotty (Rachel Korine) are best friends anxious to cut loose on their own spring break adventure, but they lack sufficient funds. After holding up a restaurant for quick cash, the girls head to the shore in a stolen car for what they discover is the party of a lifetime. They’re thrown in jail—but quickly bailed out by Alien (James Franco), a local rapper, drug pusher and arms dealer who lures them into a criminal underbelly that’s as lurid as it is liberating for a close-knit gang of girlfriends who are still figuring out their path.

Girls Will Be Girls

Sweat out your hot girl summer on the roof, where we’ve got girls on film endeavoring on journeys of self-discovery, pursuing once-in-a-lifetime whirlwind romances, and dabbling in some light racketeering and violent crime. Come on up for stories about girls in all their multitudinous and messy glory – and perhaps the single most iconic use of a Britney Spears track ever on screen.