The 2012 Tribeca Film Festival, running from April 18th - 29th in New York, is bringing back some of its most popular community events, including the Tribeca Drive-In (April 19-21), Family Festival Street Fair (April 28), Tribeca/ESPN Sports Day (April 28) and the second annual Tribeca/NYFEST Soccer Day (April 21).

The three movies that will screen at the drive-in include the classic Steven Spielberg thriller, 'Jaws' on Thursday April 19th, and another Spielberg classic, 'The Goonies' which will screen on Friday, April 20th.

The baseball documentary 'Knucklehead' will make its debut on Saturday April 21st. 'Knucklehead' "recounts the trials and triumphs of two of the best known knuckleball pitchers in the MLB: Tim Wakefield, a Red Sox veteran who recently announced his retirement after 19 years, and R.A. Dickey, an up-and-comer with the Mets looking to make a name for himself."

Each evening there will be fun activities to go along with every screening including treasure hunts and pitching clinics with top Major League baseball pitchers including R.A. Dickey of the New York Mets.

Doors will open at 6:00 p.m with live music starting at 7:00. Each screening will begin around 8:15.

Visit the Tribeca Film Festival website for more information.

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