Moonlight Cinema has been a favourite summer activity for Sydneysiders for a long time. Every year, the outdoor cinema brings a slew of exciting films under the stars at Centennial Park. It’s currently running its 27th summer season and bringing heaps of open-air screenings to the city. Their February program is a fun mix of Hollywood blockbusters and some romantic favourites, all in celebration of Valentine’s Day.
Moonlight Cinema February program
The remaining January program features Oscar-nominated The Whale on January 25 and The Banshees of Inisherin on January 26. Plus revisit Pandora with Avatar: The Way of Water on January 27.
Come February, the alfresco cinema shifts its focus to all things love and romance with screenings of Julia Roberts starrer Notting Hill on February 12 and The Notebook on February 14. Other titles to watch out for include What’s Love Got to Do with It? on February 11, horror/sci fi M3GAN on February 21 and Bill Nighy’s Living on February 28.
Find the full Moonlight Cinema program here and start planning.
Once again, BYO will be available at all venues so summer night plans will be as easy as packing your picnic rugs and throwing them open on a lush patch of lawn. Obviously, don’t forget the food. But if you do or are not one to pack ahead, expect plenty of food offerings to satiate your cravings at Moonlight Cinema. P.S. don’t forget to keep a warm blanket handy in case the evening gets chilly.