Brindleyplace, Birmingham will be hosting its first ever outdoor film festival.
Boasting a selection of 20 films (all certificate PG or below) the Brindleyplace Film Festival will take place from Monday 13th August until Tuesday 28th August in Central Square at Brindleyplace, Birmingham.
The festival, organised in partnership with Cineworld, commenced with the 80’s classic Back to the Future, with E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Mamma Mia, Madagascar, Grease, Shrek and Ghostbusters also set to be screened during the festival.
Kate Fittall, destination marketing manager, GVA, said: “We received a huge number of film suggestions from tenants at Brindleyplace and it was really tough to come up with a shortlist that we thought best showcased people’s favourite films from when they were young, mixed in with movies that children love today. Hopefully people will see their favourite amongst our selection!
The Brindleyplace Film Festival has been made possible by tenants of the estate who have contributed significant donations in support of the event.
Films will start at 6pm from Monday to Friday, with two showings, one at 11am and the other at 2pm, on Saturday and Sunday.
For more information on film screenings, including timings and film listings visit www.brindleyplace.com.
Please see the film listing below for the Brindleyplace Film Festival:
Monday 13th to Sunday 19th August
Monday – Back to the Future
Tuesday – Madagascar
Wednesday – Labyrinth
Thursday – Mamma Mia!
Friday – Ghostbusters
Saturday at 11am – Rio
Saturday at 2pm – How to Train Your Dragon
Sunday at 11am – Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
Sunday at 2pm – Puss in Boots
Monday 20th to Sunday 26th August
Monday – no film due to event in Central Square
Tuesday – no film
Wednesday – Kung Fu Panda
Thursday – Back to the Future Part II
Friday – Grease
Saturday at 11am – Happy Feet
Saturday at 2pm – Ice Age
Sunday at 11am – Shrek
Sunday at 2pm – Home Alone
Bank Holiday Monday 27th to Tuesday 28th August
Monday at 11am – Stardust
Monday at 2pm – The Princess Bride
Tuesday – E.T: The Extra-Terrestrial