Rally your family and friends because Park Cinema, Victoria Harbour’s premier outdoor summer event, is returning to Buluk Park this summer.
All you need to do is purchase your movie snacks from a nearby retailer, BYO drinks and blankets and get ready, it’s showtime!
This year’s fantastic line-up includes…
Jumanji - Friday, 7 February
We’re kicking off the 2020 Park Cinema season with a family favourite – the 1995 classic fantasy film, Jumanji. The film follows two kids as they find a curious, jungle themed game called Jumanji in the attic. When they start playing, they unexpectedly release Alan Perish (played by Robin Williams) who has been trapped in the game’s inner world for over 26 years. A herd of exotic wild animals escape with him, and these strangers must band together to save Alan’s hometown from destruction. Click here to book your free tickets.
Crazy Rich Asians – Friday 14 February
Don’t have plans for Valentine’s Day? Why not celebrate with your family, friends or loved ones, under the stars, watching Crazy Rich Asians. The 2018 film follows native New Yorker, Rachel Chu, who travels to Singapore with her boyfriend Nick Young for his best friend’s wedding. It doesn’t take long for her to discover that her boyfriend comes from a wealthy family and is one of Asia’s most eligible bachelors. As a result, Rachel becomes an easy target for single women vying for Nick’s attention as well as his judgemental mother who wants to break them up. Click here to book your free tickets.
Ailo’s Journey. Special MIFF screening – Friday 21 February
This year, we’re partnering with Melbourne International Film Festival for an unforgettable screen experience in Victoria Harbour. Narrated by Donald Sutherland, Ailo’s Journey follows a newborn reindeer as it travels through the Arctic wilderness for the first time. With plenty of hardships along the way, Ailo’s journey is sure to tug at the heart strings. Click here to book your ticket via Eventbrite.
Do I need a ticket to attend Park Cinema?
Tickets are free, however there is a limited number of spaces available, so ensure you register via Eventbrite so you don’t miss out.
What time does the film begin?
Screenings will commence at approximately 8:30pm as the sun sets over Library at The Dock. However, arrivals are welcome from 7pm to get in early to get the best spot on the grass and make the most of pre-show entertainment.
Is Park Cinema an alcohol-free event?
You are welcome to BYO drinks and watch the movies with a glass of wine or beer in hand. If you prefer, you can also visit some of Victoria Harbour’s local bars before the event. These include TAP831, Watermark and NeoLemonade.
What food is available?
Park Cinema is a BYO food event, so pack a picnic basket full of your favourite snacks. If you get peckish, we’ve organised a dedicated drop off point for Uber Eats and for other food delivery services from around the precinct, including [email protected] which offers free delivery in Docklands.
Are dogs allowed?
Unfortunately, Park Cinema is not a dog-friendly event. But your four-legged friends will be invited to Neighbour Day which is coming up soon. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter for updates.