Opel Moonlight Cinema returns for 17th season
Press release from Kabuku Public Relations
Australia’s largest outdoor cinema, Opel Moonlight Cinema, will welcome the return of summer with its 17th season of film in some of the nation’s finest public parks and gardens.
Combining a festival-Âlike atmosphere with an unrivalled setting, Opel Moonlight Cinema will showcase an impressive mix of advance previews, recent release, classic and cult films during its three month season across Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Sydney.
Highlights of the program include Peter Jackson's prequel to the Lord of The Rings trilogy, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey; Daniel Craig’s return in the 23rd installment of Ian Fleming’s James Bond series, Skyfall; and the highly anticipated film adaptation of Victor Hugo’s classic Les Misérables.
Cinema-goers can also look forward to the family friendly animated comedy, Wreck ÂIt Ralph; the adventure film based on the 2001 best-Âselling novel of the same name, Life of Pi and the 2012 thriller, Argo, directed by Ben Affleck. The program will also feature much-Âloved cult films including Top Gun and Grease Sing-A-ÂLong.
To complete the ultimate night of film under the stars, guests can bring along a picnic hamper, hire a bean bed and sample the delicious range of food and beverages available or indulge in a little luxury with PayPal Gold Grass tickets* including reserved seating and premium viewing location. Moonlight Cinema 2012–Â13 season dates and locations: Adelaide: 29th November 2012 to 17th February 2013 at Botanic Park Melbourne: 6th December 2012 to 31st March 2013 at Royal Botanic Gardens Perth: 12th December 2012 to 31st March 2013 at Synergy Parkland at Kings Park and Botanic Garden Brisbane: 13th December 2012 to 24th February 2013 at New Farm Park at Brisbane Powerhouse Sydney: 13th December 2012 to 31st March 2013 at Belvedere Amphitheatre, Centennial Park The official program will be announced in November. For further information visit www.moonlight.com.au.
*PayPal Gold Grass is available only in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide.