Summer is finally here and as we look forward to the end of 2020, Moonlight Cinema presented by Aussie are welcoming the new year with a bumper program of fantastic films!
Screening across Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide in January, check out the highlights of the January line-up:
Catch Carey Mulligan as a woman on seeking vengeance in Promising Young Woman; see the big screen adaptation of the bestselling novel Penguin Bloom starring Naomi Watts and Andrew Lincoln and settle in for Australian popstar Sia’s filmmaking debut with Music.
Best of Rom-Coms:
The line-up of the world’s best rom-coms presented by Garnier includes: Dirty Dancing, 10 Things I Hate About You, The Princess Bride and Noting Hill.
Star Wars Original Trilogy:
Journey to a galaxy far far away with the original Star Wars trilogy screening (excluding Moonlight Melbourne).
Remastered to offer a top notch quality viewing experience, Star Wars: A New Hope,The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi back will be on the big screen while reclining under the stars.
I Am Greta:
Moonlight and Garnier are presenting a special screening of I Am Greta, the stirring documentary that charts the rise of Greta Thunberg, the 15-year-old student on the autism spectrum whose protest for action against the coming climate crisis has turned her into a world renowned global activist heading a global movement.
In an effort to further educate consumers and promote sustainable habits, Garnier will also donate $2 for every ticket sold nationally from the Presenting Partner screenings of I Am Greta, to Australian non-profit, clean up movement, Take 3 For The Sea.
Prepare a picnic of mouthwatering snack but if you don’t have time to pack your own, Moonlight Cinema will have you covered with onsite food trucks offering up a licensed bar, pre-packed picnic boxes, tasty hot food and movie snacks.
With reduced capacities so guests can spread out and enjoy the Moonlight experience in comfort, sessions are sure to sell fast! Tickets are on sale now here!
Where & When:
Sydney: Centennial Park, 26 November 2020 – 4 April 2021
Brisbane: Roma Street Parkland, 27 November 2020 – 21 February 2021
Perth: Kings Park & Botanic Garden, 3 December 2020 – 4 April 2021
Adelaide: Botanic Park, 11 December 2020 – 14 February 2021
Melbourne: Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, 7 January – 25 April 2021