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Fed Summer Films

Fed Summer
Free Events
Outdoors
Screenings
Fed Summer
Free Events
Outdoors
Screenings

Dates

Saturday 15 January 2022
3pm - late

Sunday 16 January 2022
4pm - late

Monday 17 January 2022
7pm - late

Tuesday 18 January 2022
7pm - late

Wednesday 19 January 2022
8pm - late

Thursday 20 January 2022
7pm - late

Friday 21 January 2022
4pm - late

Saturday 22 January 2022
4pm - late

Sunday 23 January 2022
8pm - late

Monday 24 January 2022
4pm - late

Tuesday 25 January 2022
8pm - late

Wednesday 26 January 2022
5pm - late

Venue

Main Square

Tickets

EveryoneFree

This summer, we’ve got a sausage sizzle’s-worth of absolute bangers for you to enjoy, for free, up on our famous Big Screen.

Pull up a trendy new deckchair, and catch a Taika Waititi double, an Aussie classic, a Spielberg family action adventure or a feelgood musical – there’s something for everyone!

Shark Tale

Saturday 15 January, 3pm

G: General

Underachiever Oscar (Will Smith) is a pint-sized fish with grand aspirations. When mob-connected great white shark Frankie (Michael Imperioli) is accidentally killed, Oscar concocts a story with Frankie’s peace-loving brother Lenny (Jack Black) that it was he who murdered the shark. Suddenly hailed “Sharkslayer” by his aquatic brethren, Oscar has bigger fish to fry when Frankie’s father, mob boss Don Lino (Robert De Niro), dispatches his henchmen to track down his son’s killer.

Jaws

Saturday 15 January, 9:30pm

M: Violence and coarse language

When a young woman is killed by a shark while skinny-dipping near the New England tourist town of Amity Island, police chief Martin Brody (Roy Scheider) wants to close the beaches, but mayor Larry Vaughn (Murray Hamilton) overrules him, fearing that the loss of tourist revenue will cripple the town. Ichthyologist Matt Hooper (Richard Dreyfuss) and grizzled ship captain Quint (Robert Shaw) offer to help Brody capture the killer beast, and the trio engage in an epic battle of man vs. nature.

Hunt For The Wilderpeople

Sunday 16 January, 4pm

PG: Mild themes and coarse language

A boy (Julian Dennison) and his foster father (Sam Neill) become the subjects of a manhunt after they get stranded in the New Zealand wilderness.

What We Do In The Shadows

Sunday 16 January, 8pm

M: Horror Themes, Violence, Sexual References and Coarse Language

Vampire housemates (Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi, Jonathan Brugh) try to cope with the complexities of modern life and show a newly turned hipster (Cori Gonzalez-Macuer) some of the perks of being undead.

Jurassic Park

Monday 17 January, 7pm

PG: Mild Violence and infrequent coarse language

In Steven Spielberg’s massive blockbuster, paleontologists Alan Grant (Sam Neill) and Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) and mathematician Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) are among a select group chosen to tour an island theme park populated by dinosaurs created from prehistoric DNA. While the park’s mastermind, billionaire John Hammond (Richard Attenborough), assures everyone that the facility is safe, they find out otherwise when various ferocious predators break free and go on the hunt.

Mamma Mia!

Tuesday 18 January, 7pm

PG: Mild sexual references and coarse language

Donna (Meryl Streep), an independent hotelier in the Greek islands, is preparing for her daughter’s wedding with the help of two old friends. Meanwhile Sophie, the spirited bride, has a plan. She secretly invites three men from her mother’s past in hope of meeting her real father and having him escort her down the aisle on her big day.

Top End Wedding

Wednesday 19 January, 8pm

M: Coarse Language

Lauren and Ned have 10 days to find Lauren’s mother who has gone AWOL in the remote far north of Australia so that they can reunite her parents and pull off their dream wedding.

Big

Thursday 20 January, 7pm

PG: may contain material which some children find confusing or upsetting

After a wish turns 12-year-old Josh Baskin (David Moscow) into a 30-year-old man (Tom Hanks), he heads to New York City and gets a low-level job at MacMillen Toy Company. A chance encounter with the owner (Robert Loggia) of the company leads to a promotion testing new toys. Soon a fellow employee, Susan Lawrence (Elizabeth Perkins), takes a romantic interest in Josh. However, the pressure of living as an adult begins to overwhelm him, and he longs to return to his simple, former life as a boy.

Storm Boy (1976)

Friday 21 January, 4pm

G: General

Mike Kingsley (Greg Rowe), a sheltered young boy, lives in a remote coastal region of Australia with his reclusive fisherman father, Tom (Peter Cummins). When a group of hunters kills a majestic pelican and orphans its young on the beach, Mike convinces his father to let him raise the chicks to adulthood. Soon after, Mike befriends Fingerbone Bill (David Gulpilil), a wise and mysterious First Nation person who dubs the young bird-lover “Storm Boy” and offers him a few life lessons.

Muriel's Wedding

Friday 21 January, 8pm

M: Low Level coarse language & Sexual references

Socially awkward Muriel Heslop (Toni Collette) wants nothing more than to get married. Unfortunately, due to her oppressive politician father (Bill Hunter), Muriel has never even been on a date. Ostracized by her more socially adept friends, Muriel runs into fellow outcast Rhonda Epinstalk (Rachel Griffiths), and the two move from their small Australian town to the big city of Sydney, where Muriel changes her name and begins the arduous task of redesigning her life to match her fantasies.

Red Dog

Saturday 22 January, 4pm

PG: Mild Themes, coarse language and sexual references

An Australian dog manages to unite a fractured community during its epic quest to find its beloved human.

The Castle

Saturday 22 January, 8pm

M: Medium level coarse language

The quirky Kerrigan family lives together in a makeshift home they built themselves — with great pride and a bizarre attention to detail — a few yards from the edge of Melbourne, Australia’s busy Tullamarine Airport. When a building inspector condemns the building and reveals that the government plans to use their land for an airport expansion, Darryl Kerrigan (Michael Caton) and his brood recruit hack attorney Dennis Denuto (Tiriel Mora) and prepare themselves for the fight of their lives.

Goldstone

Sunday 23 January, 8pm

M: Mature Themes, violence and coarse language

Indigenous detective Jay Swan arrives in the town of Goldstone to search for a missing person, and his simple duty becomes complicated when he uncovers a web of crime and corruption.

Strictly Ballroom

Monday 24 January, 4pm

PG: Low Level Coarse Language

A top ballroom dancer pairs with a plain, left-footed local girl when his maverick style earns him the disdain of his more conventionally-minded colleagues. Together, the team gives it their all and makes dreams of the National Championship title come true.

Priscilla Queen of the Desert

Monday 24 January, 8pm

M: Medium level coarse language & sexual references

When drag queen Anthony (Hugo Weaving) agrees to take his act on the road, he invites fellow cross-dresser Adam (Guy Pearce) and transsexual Bernadette (Terence Stamp) to come along. In their colorful bus, named Priscilla, the three performers travel across the Australian desert performing for enthusiastic crowds and homophobic locals. But when the other two performers learn the truth about why Anthony took the job, it threatens their act and their friendship.

The Sapphires

Tuesday 25 January, 4pm

PG: Mild violence, themes, coarse language & sexual references

In 1968, four young, talented Australian First Nation girls learn about love, friendship and war as their all-girl group The Sapphires travels to Vietnam to entertain the US troops.

The Dish

Tuesday 25 January, 8pm

M: Infrequent coarse language

The true story of a group of eccentric scientists who are responsible for manning a satellite dish inauspiciously located on a remote Australian sheep farm. Much to NASA’s alarm, the unconventional Aussie team — led by Cliff Buxton (Sam Neill) — are the world’s only hope for receiving the historic images of man’s first steps on the moon. With help from the colorful cast of local characters, the crew struggles to overcome a series of mishaps.

Xanadu

Wednesday 26 January, 5pm

G: General

Struggling artist Sonny Malone (Michael Beck) is trapped in a dull job painting album covers. He is instantly attracted to Kira (Olivia Newton-John), an anonymous woman randomly photographed in the background of one of his assignments, but no one is able to identify her. Visiting the auditorium where the cover was shot, Sonny finds the mysterious beauty, an ageless Greek muse, who encourages him to team up with old-fashioned Danny McGuire (Gene Kelly) to build a roller-skating disco.

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