This is the story of a little drive-in with a lot of hearts. Longtime projectionist, Roger Babcock, has been threading film through the Hi-Way Drive-in's projectors for more than 40 years. However, with Hollywood studios no longer offering film prints of their releases, Roger is faced with an ultimatum: upgrade all four of the Hi-Way's 35mm film projectors to expensive digital systems, or close the gates which have so warmly welcomed moviegoers since 1960... for good. Learn more...

THE MAGIC OF A DRIVE-IN IN CATSKILL, NY

As the sun sets over the Catskill mountains of Coxsackie, NY, all four projectors of the Hi-Way Drive-In come to life, illuminating four massive silver screens.

The Hi-Way Drive-in Theater illuminated sign

Born in 1951 along Route 9W, a major thoroughfare at that time, the Hi-Way has screened movies for over 60 years. Its patrons of all ages come from miles around to experience the nostalgia, romance, and wholesome summer night fun that the drive-in offers.

Roger Babcock, has been threading film through the Hi-Way Drive-in's projectors for more than 40 years.

Hi-Way Theater's owners, Roger and Shanon Babock

Adam Carboni, filmmaker

Adam Carboni (filmmaker, far-right), Roger Babcock (Hi-Way's co-owner), Sharon Babcock (Hi-Way's co-owner), & Tansy Michaud (filmmaker, far-left)


Hi-Way Drive-in Theater: 10769 State Route 9W, Coxsackie, NY 12051 / Phone: (518) 731-8672

 

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