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Fed Kidz Films

Free Events
Live Broadcasts + Outdoor Cinema
Outdoors
Screenings
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Free Events
Live Broadcasts + Outdoor Cinema
Outdoors
Screenings

Dates

Monday 11 April 2022
From 2pm
From 4pm

Tuesday 12 April 2022
From 2pm
From 4pm

Wednesday 13 April 2022
From 2pm
From 4pm

Thursday 14 April 2022
From 11am
From 1pm

Monday 18 April 2022
From 2pm
From 4pm

Tuesday 19 April 2022
From 2pm
From 4pm

Wednesday 20 April 2022
From 3pm

Thursday 21 April 2022
From 3pm

Saturday 23 April 2022
From 4pm

Venue

Main Square

Tickets

All agesFree

It’s action, comedy and excitement central this April school holidays, with a supersonically awesome program of family-friendly films up on our Big Screen. Check out the full program below and plan your Fed Square Big Screen adventure!

Don’t forget to dress up as your favourite film character and post a picture at Fed Square, tagging us and #Fedkidzdressups for your chance to win a Nintendo Switch, Switch Controller and $100 JB Hifi voucher! See our website for full Ts&Cs.

Free popcorn will be available at the Woofy’s cart from 3pm-5pm (or until we’ve run out) on Monday 11 April to Thursday 14 April – only a limited amount will be available each afternoon, so be sure to get in early!

Clifford The Big Red Dog

Monday 11 April, 2pm

PG: Mild crude humour and slapstick violence.

When Emily Elizabeth meets a magical animal rescuer who gives her a little red puppy, she never anticipated waking up to find a giant, 10-foot hound in her small New York City apartment. With her single mother away on business, Emily and her fun but impulsive uncle set out on an adventure that takes a bite out of the Big Apple.

Pokemon Detective Pikachu

Monday 11 April, 4pm

PG: Mild themes and fantasy violence, some scenes may scare younger children.

After the demise of his father, Tim travels to Ryme city where he runs into his father’s Pokemon partner, Pikachu. They team up and try to work on the case left unfinished by Tim’s father.

Tron

Tuesday 12 April, 2pm

PG: Contains Scenes of Action, Adventure and Sci-Fi

A computer hacker is abducted into the digital world and forced to participate in gladiatorial games where his only chance of escape is with the help of a heroic security program.

Tron: Legacy

Tuesday 12 April, 4pm

PG: Sci-Fi, Action Violence and Brief Mild Language

The son of a virtual world designer goes looking for his father and ends up inside the digital world that his father designed. He meets his father’s corrupted creation and a unique ally who was born inside the digital world.

My Neighbour Totoro

Wednesday 13 April, 2pm

G: The content is mild in impact  

Mei and Satsuki shift to a new house to be closer to their mother who is in the hospital. They soon become friends with Totoro, a giant rabbit-like creature who is a spirit.  

Spirited Away

Wednesday 13 April, 4pm

PG: Supernatural themes.

Ten-year-old Chihiro and her parents end up at an abandoned amusement park inhabited by supernatural beings. Soon, she learns that she must work to free her parents who have been turned into pigs.

Jumanji Welcome to the Jungle

Thursday 14 April, 11am

PG: Mild fantasy violence, sexual references and coarse language.

When four students play with a magical video game, they are drawn to the jungle world of Jumanji, where they are trapped as their avatars. To return to the real world, they must finish the game.

Jumanji The Next Level

Thursday 14 April, 1pm

PG: Mild fantasy violence, coarse language and crude humour

When Spencer goes missing, the gang returns to Jumanji to travel unexplored territories and help their friend escape the world’s most dangerous game.

Minions

Monday 18 April, 2pm

PG: Mild animated violence.  

Minions Kevin, Stuart and Bob decide to find a new master. They embark on a global trip and meet Scarlett Overkill, a female super-villain who recruits them and hatches a plan to take over the world.  

Matilda

Monday 18 April, 4pm

PG: Low Level Violence.

Matilda shares a home with her parents and brother, who do not appreciate her. When her principal tortures her and a kind-hearted teacher, she uses her telekinetic powers to settle scores.

The Iron Giant

Tuesday 19 April, 2pm

PG: Some scenes may scare very young children.

A boy befriends an innocent alien, who resembles a gigantic robot. A paranoid governmental agent, however, desires to obliterate the alien.

Babe

Tuesday 19 April, 4 pm

G: The content is very mild in impact.

Babe, an orphaned pig, learns to herd sheep after Arthur Hoggett, a farmer, wins him in a contest at a country fair. However, Rex, Hoggett’s lead sheepdog, doesn’t like Babe.

Christopher Robin

Wednesday 20 April, 3pm

PG: Some action

A working-class family man, Christopher Robin, encounters his childhood friend Winnie-the-Pooh, who helps him to rediscover the joys of life.

Christopher Robin is presented as part of Little Food Festival, in partnership with Sandro Demaio Foundation and Monash Education.

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

Thursday 21 April, 3pm

G: The content is very mild in impact.

Flint Lockwood, an inventor who is considered a nuisance, puts his latest invention to work when his town faces an economic crisis. His invention makes him popular until it spirals out of control.

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs is presented as part of Little Food Festival, in partnership with Sandro Demaio Foundation and Monash Education.

Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Saturday 23 April, 4pm

PG: Mild sense of threat.  

Dora and her group of friends, including Boots the Monkey, go to the forest to look for the lost city of gold. She meets numerous challenges and dangerous situations on the way.