(名詞) 臨時在閒置的空地架設的路邊電影院 (drive-in theater or drive-in movie theater)。複數為 guerrilla drive-ins。
Jeff Hull, an artist who owns a production company in San Francisco, came up with the idea for Oaklandish in the late 1990s. He wanted to create an ongoing public art project dedicated to uniting the city…He hosted guerrilla drive-in movies in abandoned parking lots where he would screen documentaries about Oakland.
—Jessie Schiewe, “Oaklandish: Booming business rooted in Oakland pride,” San Francisco Chronicle, April 2, 2015
Drive-in theaters have come a long way since the outdoor Theatre de Guadalupe in New Mexico first welcomed cars to join seated crowds at screenings in 1915. But decades of growth up through the 1950s and 60s gave way to decline in the 70s and 80s. A recent “guerrilla drive-in” movement, however, has begun to reinvent the concept, using new technologies to create mobile open-air theaters in the hearts of cities.
—Kurt Kohlstedt, “Guerrilla Drive-Ins: Mobile Urban Movie Theaters Animate Disused Spaces,” 99% Invisible, April 3, 2017