The St Kilda Openair Cinema will kick off is inaugural Melbourne season at the St Kilda Sea baths on Thursday 1 February.
St Kilda Openair Cinema ties a strong program of films together with the great vibes of St Kilda and its signature 'Orange Hour' - offering pre-movie live entertainment through to sunset.
The full season program comprises recent hits including Jason Reitman's satirical Thank you for Smoking; Little Miss Sunshine starring Greg Kinnear and Toni Collette; The AFI Award winning Kenny; and Martin Scorsese's The Departed; as well as cult classics including the romantic Dr Zhivago; animation and musical extravaganza Daft Punk - Interstella 5555; and the all-singing-all-dancing Rocky Horror Picture Show.
The season will launch on Thursday 1 February with a special screening of Michael Gondry's Block Party, which follows the hilarious stand-up comedian David Chappelle bringing microphone fire to the streets of Brooklyn. Be part of the first ever St Kilda Openair screening on this special opening night event - amazing live acts including a hip-hop 'danceoff', break-dancers and funky sounds during 'Orange Hour'. Limited online tickets available through moshtix. With sponsor goodies, great prizes and finger food on arrival, the season is launching in true St Kilda style.
The month long season will host a number of special events including; a special free screening ofPink Floyd: The Wall in support of the Reach foundation (Monday 5 February). Reserve your tickets by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org; and the St Kilda Short Film Festival 'Summer Nights' special - in collaboration with the St Kilda Film Festival, the St Kilda Openair Cinema proudly presents 'Summer Nights'. A special night to enjoy some of Australia's top 100 short films with highlights from the 2006 program.
You've seen movies under starlight, now watch them with the beautiful backdrop of St Kilda beach!
For information including the full movie schedule please visit www.stkildaopenair.com.au
Tickets available at www.moshtix.com.au