The film schedule has been revealed following hundreds of votes from the general public, which saw 90’s classic Clueless, staring Alicia Silverstone, achieve more than double the number of votes than any other film. As such, the popular high-school film will be shown at 6pm on Friday 17 July.
In total, nine films will be shown in Central Square at Brindleyplace, all of which will be free for the general public to attend, with evening screenings starting at 6pm and two afternoon showings starting at 1pm on Saturday and Sunday. The remaining shortlisted films include 500 Days of Summer, Finding Nemo, Ten Things I Hate About You, The Theory of Everything and Batman Begins.
Tens of thousands of people have flocked to the Outdoor Film Festival over the past four years and, with 2015 being the 20th anniversary of Brindleyplace, it is hoped that this year’s event will be the best yet.
The Film Festival is open to everyone and does not require prior registration. It is advised that anyone planning on visiting the festival, visits www.brindleyplace.co.uk beforehand to check the schedule and certificate ratings of the films.