We probably should have mentioned this to you before, but with all of the arts going on around town (Fringe to the left of us, Howl to the right!) it just slipped our minds. So here goes. We know you love free movies outdoors (who doesn't?) but most of the time the movies shown in those series are of the 'oldie-but-goodie' variety, not that we're complaining considering the recent crop of movies. That is not the case, however, with the final night of the 3rd Annual Central Park Film Festival. What makes this series different from all those other series? All of the movies shown include scenes shot in the "most filmed public park in the world." And tonight the fest closes out with the New York premiere of "Little Manhattan."

The movie, a look at life and first love in New York as seen through the eyes of a fifth-grader, is directed by Mark Levin and stars Josh Hutcherson and Charlie Ray(above), Bradley Whitford and Cynthia Nixon. And Gothamist's sources tell us its adorable to boot.

So if you looking for something to do tonight, head over to Rumsey Playfield (that's mid-Park, enter off of 72nd and Fifth). The movie starts at 8. And we hear there might even be a special guest or two...