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الرئيسية | استراليا | QV Melbourne Outdoor Cinema: free food or drink at every screening plus pre-film entertainment every week
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QV Melbourne Outdoor Cinema: free food or drink at every screening plus pre-film entertainment every week

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QV Melbourne will offer complimentary cocktails or movie snacks at every Outdoor Cinema screening until the end of March, with each weekend featuring pre-film entertainment.

Plus you can now bring your dog to any screening.


QV Melbourne’s late summer Flick/Fest season is announcing free food or drink before every screening. You can also expect live performances every Saturday night, such as a Flash Dance flash mob during 80s week, a strike-a-pose dance-off to Madonna’s Vogue during Fashion Week, a Pitch Perfect song medley during a week of Musicals, plus a performance of La La Land’s opening dance number before the film screens during Oscars week. There’s even a bonus Friday night performance from leading hip-hop crew Superhoodz on 23 March, ahead of a screening of Step Up. 
 
Due to popular demand and in celebration of the Year of the Dog, QV Melbourne is announcing the entire Flick/Fest season as dog-friendly, with furry friends welcomed to lounge alongside their owner’s deckchairs.
 
Tickets for all screenings are on sale now via qvcinema.com.au.
 
QV Outdoor Cinema celebrates the Lunar New Year with a special screening of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon on 15 February. The enigmatic Goddess of Fortune will be handing out Chinese fortune cookies to all outdoor cinema guests upon entry.
 
From 22 – 25 February, complimentary custom cocktails served up from the Flick/Fest Bar will be inspired by Hollywood icons. On Thursday 22 February the 2017 Oscar winning and multi-nominee Arrival will screen whilst audiences enjoy ‘The Marilyn Monroe’ Gin Fizz cocktail. 2018 Oscar nominee Get Out will screen on Friday 23 March with free Pink Lemonade ‘Audrey Hepburn’ Mimosas on offer. On Saturday 24 February cinema-goers will be treated to a live dance performance of ‘Another Day In The Sun’, the colourful opening number for La La Land from 7.30pm before the movie screening. Singers will then join the dancers for the Academy Award winning song ‘City of Stars’ whilst the Flick/Fest Bar serves ‘The Emma Stone’. The multi Australian AACTA Award Winner Lion, screens on Sunday 25 February with the bar serving up a fresh twist on an old classic; the dark and stormy ‘Elizabeth Taylor’ cocktail.
 
As Fashion Week descends on Melbourne, QV invites you to get your fashion fix at the cinema with a series of stylish films including The Devil wear Prada, The September Issue, Zoolander and Annie Leibovitz: Life through a lens screening from 1 – 4 March. Fashionistas will be treated to complimentary Sparkling Pomegranate Vodka Punch from the Flick/Fest bar; a light and refreshing tipple in a deep red hue. To celebrate the screening of Zoolander, QV Outdoor Cinema will be having their very own ’Blue-steel’ fashion moment on Saturday 3 March with dancers striking a pose to Madonna’s iconic track, paying homage to the art of ‘vogueing’.  
 
From 8 – 11 March, QV is throwing it back with a week of 80s favourites including Top Gun, Labyrinth and Stand By Me, with the Flick/Fest Bar serving up free old-school (vodka optional) slushies and retro pick ‘n’ mix lollies. Live entertainment will reignite the 80s vibe with an iconic ‘Flash Dance’ solo followed by a flash mob before The Breakfast Club on Saturday 10 March.
 
Perfect for the young and young at heart, Animation Week is on from 15 – 18 March with free popcorn and fairy floss on alternating nights. On Saturday 17 March before the screening of Trolls, a posse of dancers and singers will perform the Justin Timberlake hit Can’t Stop The Feeling, sure to get the everyone dancing in the aisles.
 
Sing-a-long to your favourite musicals from 22 – 25 March with the Flick/Fest bar serving up free pink lemonade, popcorn and fairy floss. On Friday 23 March the hip hop sensation that is SuperHoodz return to the QV Square with their SDS Crew for a high energy 10-minute show sure to get you in the mood before Step Up screens. Saturday 24 March sees the hit chick-flick Pitch Perfect brought to life with a live medley from the movie performed by a troupe of talented female vocalists.
 
Flick/Fest closes with a bang on Saturday 31 March, featuring a surprise screening of a crowd favourite and live entertainment to match from 7.30pm onwards. Chocolate Fairy Floss will get audiences in the Easter spirit.
 
Melbourne’s only silent cinema is located right in the heart of the city on the Astroturf lawn in QV Square. The intimate open-air deckchair cinema remains one of the city’s most affordable outdoor cinemas. Tickets at $12* (plus $1 booking fee) include deckchair seating and high quality headphones for every audience member.
 
Sessions begin at 8:30pm Thursday to Sunday nights from 1 February to 31 March 2018, with special event screenings commencing at 7:30pm. The Flick/Fest Bar is open from 7:30pm every night, so be sure to arrive early to enjoy what’s on offer.
                                                                     
Film lovers can wander down Artemis or Red Cape Lane to the open-air courtyard for intimate screenings of QV Outdoor Cinema’s eclectic variety of films. Grab a burger from Grill’d, a Movenpick ice cream sandwich or a dark hot chocolate from Max Brenner and lounge back in an intimate 80-seat deckchair cinema nestled in the heart of the ‘city within the city’.
 
Worlds apart from other retail precincts in Melbourne, QV represents the quintessential Melbourne lifestyle. Intimate laneways in the urban precinct give visitors the freedom to wander and discover the eclectic mix of shops, cafes and restaurants at their own pace. Located on the corner of Lonsdale and Swanston Streets, QV has something for everyone with boutiques, enlightening entertainment and cosmopolitan bars and restaurants. 
 

What: QV Melbourne’s Outdoor Cinema Flick/Fest season 

When:
7:30pm for event screenings
8:30pm for regular screenings
Thursdays – Sundays
1 February – 31 March 2018
No screenings during White Night Melbourne.
Check qvcinema.com.au for full program info.
 
Where: QV Square (level 2), QV Melbourne, corner Lonsdale and Swanston Streets, Melbourne
 
Tickets: All regular sessions cost $12*, or $14* (*plus $1 booking fee) for doggie dress up charity screenings. Bookings and full program available via qvcinema.com.au.
 
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For further information please contact Fuller PR:

Keshia Hutchens                                
+61 421 672 158                                
keshia@fullerpr.com.au              

Rain Fuller
+61 432 070 301
rain@fullerpr.com.au           
 

QV Outdoor Cinema Program

February - March 2018

 

Gus Berger – QV Outdoor Cinema Curator
Gus Berger is a local filmmaker and festival director who runs some of Melbourne’s most loved film events. Red Hot Shorts has been showcasing some of the world’s best short films and music videos and has been based at ACMI since 2009.
 
Gus recently revived an iconic St Kilda theatre - the George Revival Cinema and runs the mobile cinema venture, Blow Up Cinema - an enterprise that pops up and presents great films in great spaces. Gus recently produced and directed a short film, The Eagle, that went on to win best Documentary at the St Kilda Film Festival 2015 - a win that qualifies the film for Oscar nomination.
 
Gus started out running a record shop in the Degraves St subway called Rising Sounds following a stint in the UK.
 
He returned to the UK, worked in music licensing and for the documentary organisation, DocHouse. During his time in London, Gus directed and produced a feature length documentary, Duke Vin and the Birth of Ska. The film told the inspirational story of sound system pioneer, Duke Vin and others who were instrumental in creating a Jamaican sound in the UK in the late 1950s. The film has screened at numerous festivals around the world.

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