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What’s with outdoor cinema?

01 Feb 2017

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Outdoor cinema is flavour of the month in Docklands with four different options on offer.

Docklands has never had so much choice with outdoor screenings during February at Northwharf, Yarra’s Edge, Victoria Harbour and Harbour Town.

Kicking things off is WTC Wharf which is rewarding diners with a free movie every Friday and Saturday night. Tickets are available as a meal and movie reservation. Dine from $25 per person at 6.00pm before a movie at about 8.30pm.

The line up is: February 3, The Blues Brothers; February 4, Spectre; February 10, The Danish Girl; February 11, Girl with the Dragon Tattoo; February 14, Hitch; February 17, Jason Bourne; February 18, The Trip; February 24, Les Miserables; February 25, Kenny; March 3, Kick Ass; March 4, Bone Collector; March 10, Hot Fuzz; March 11, The Secret Life of Pets.

The theme continues at Yarra’s Edge where the concept is now in its fourth year at Point Park. Movies Under the Stars will be hosted over three nights from Thursday, February 16 to Saturday, February 18. The movies are La La Land, Sully and Finding Dory.

This year Lend Lease joins the party and is offering free screenings of classic family films under the stars at Buluk Park, just in front of the library on Fridays from February 3 – 17.

The schedule is: Friday, February 17 – The Wedding Singer (PG); Friday, February – Back to The Future (PG); and Friday, February 24 – The Dish (PG).

The gates will open at 7pm and screening will start at dusk – approximately 8.30pm.

The Backlot Rooftop Drive-in Theatre on top of the Harbour Town multi-storey carpark is showing a double bill every night from 8pm. There is an intimate “blue-deck” seated area for walk-up patrons. Check http://www.backlotrooftop.com.au for details.

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