5 PLACES TO CATCH A FLICK OUT­DOORS

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MOON­LIGHT CINEMA

Mel­bourne’s orig­i­nal out­door cinema, in the Royal Botanic Gar­dens, is notch­ing up its 21st sum­mer. It runs un­til April 2 on the cen­tral lawn. Early movies in­clude La La Land, Fan­tas­tic Beasts and Where to Find Them, The Girl on the Train, Trolls and Lion. moon­light.com.au

SHIMMERLANDS

The team from Shadow Elec­tric is shift­ing screen­ings from Ab­bots­ford Con­vent to the Uni­ver­sity of Mel­bourne, Parkville, for Shimmerlands. The pro­gram runs from Jan­uary 2-Fe­bru­ary 25, with flicks in­clud­ing biopics and sum­mer block­busters. shimmerlands.com/cinema

QV OUT­DOOR CINEMA

Get comfy in the deckchairs and blow-up seats at QV Out­door Cinema on level 2 of the CBD com­plex. Each viewer is given a set of wire­less head­phones. Movies are screened Thurs­daySun­day un­til Fe­bru­ary 26. qvcin­ema.com.au

CAMEO CINEMA BEL­GRAVE

The fresh air of the Dan­de­nong Ranges, and the odd pos­sum and kook­aburra, cre­ate a unique at­mos­phere for movie­go­ers. The 14m screen will show a mix of new re­lease and clas­sic films. cameocin­e­mas.com.au

ROOFTOP CINEMA

The lights of the CBD glow as you en­joy the movie pro­gram on the roof of Curtin House in Swanston St. Deckchairs are pro­vided. Ar­rive early and grab a burger from The Burger Shack on the roof, or a drink from the Rooftop Cinema Bar. rooftopcin­ema.com.au

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