The closest you’ll get to a Brooklyn drive-in

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This evening in Fort Greene, you can catch a movie, music and a free Pilsner at Rooftop Films’ and BAM CinemaFest’s outdoor screening of “William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe.” Show up for the Albertans at 8:30, followed by the film at 9. Then hang around for the 11 pm after-party and the open bar sponsored by Radeberger Pilsner. Tickets are $11 at the door (Parking lot across from BAM at Fulton and Ashland) or online. Then on Saturday…

Head up to the roof of the Old American Can Factory (232 Third St. at Third Ave.) for Rooftop Films’ “Voices from El-Sayed,” a documentary about a deaf Bedouin community in Israel. Like tonight’s show, doors open at 8 pm. Music (from Sound Fix Records) at 8:30, movie at 9 and then the 11 pm free drink du jour is a sangria from Carlo Rossi. Tickets for this one are $9 to $25 at the door or online.

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