Sydney’s Iconic Outdoor Cinema Returns This Summer — Here’s The Full Movie Lineup
— 27 November 2023

Sydney’s Iconic Outdoor Cinema Returns This Summer — Here’s The Full Movie Lineup

— 27 November 2023
Garry Lu
Garry Lu

The Westpac OpenAir Cinema, a key staple of Sydney summers, is making an extremely welcome comeback.

While the weather has already noticeably warmed up, this month-and-a-half-long affair is once again bringing some filmic heat to the harbour city; taking over Mrs Macquaries Point from January 10th, 2024 to February 20th, 2024.

Expect such acclaimed 2023 releases as Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning, Barbenheimer (Barbie + Oppenheimer), Past Lives, Saltburn, and even Ridley Scott’s Napoleon. Though given the fact that IMAX Sydney has, at long last, reopened, it might be the better choice for the historic epic.

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Aside from a 350-square-metre screen with a backdrop featuring both the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and what promises to be some cracking summer weather, you can also expect pre-show DJs, as well as an impressive selection of food and beverage options.

In previous years, notable names such as Kitchen By Mike’s Mike McEnearney have masterminded the latter. So you can imagine the quality of grub we’re in for.

Tickets for the 2024 Westpac OpenAir Cinema will officially be available from December 11th, 2023; and will likely sell out quick as with previous years. For reference, back in 2018, over 40,000 tickets were sold within the first two days of pre-sale.

Keep an eye out here for when the full line-ups of films, food, and what have you are revealed in the coming weeks.

Westpac OpenAir Cinema Film Program (2024)

  • January 10th: Priscilla (2024)
  • January 11th: Wicked Little Letters (2024)
  • January 12th: Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning (2023)
  • January 13th: Priscilla (2024)
  • January 14th: One Life (2023)
  • January 15th: Maestro (2024)
  • January 16th: Saltburn (2023)
  • January 17th: Two Tickets To Greece (2023)
  • January 18th: Past Live (2023)
  • January 19th: Pretty Woman (1990)
  • January 20th: The Color Purple (2023)
  • January 21st: Dream Scenario (2024)
  • January 22nd: Barbie (2023)
  • January 23rd: Force of Nature: The Dry 2 (2024)
  • January 24th: Dear England [NT Live] (2024)
  • January 25th: Poor Things (2023)
  • January 26th: Force of Nature: The Dry 2 (2024)
  • January 27th: Napoleon (2023)
  • January 28th: May December (2023)
  • January 29th: Next Goal Wins (2024)
  • January 30th: Ferrari (2023)
  • January 31st: Argylle (2024)
  • February 1st: The Notebook (2004)
  • February 2nd: Audience Selection Film [TBC]
  • February 3rd: Oppenheimer (2023)
  • February 4th: The Great Escaper (2023)
  • February 5th: Poor Things (2023)
  • February 6th: Next Goal Wins (2024)
  • February 7th: The Holdovers (2023)
  • February 8th: Mean Girls (2024)
  • February 9th: Dumb Money (2023)
  • February 10th: The Boys In The Boat (2024)
  • February 11th: Perfect Days (2023)
  • February 12th: Ferrari (2023)
  • February 14th: Amelie (2001)
  • February 15th: The Iron Claw (2023)
  • February 16th: Audience Selection Film [TBC]
  • February 17th: The Eight Mountains (2023)
  • February 18th: All Of Us Strangers (2024)
  • February 19th: Wicked Little Letters (2024)
  • February 20th: Audience Selection Film [TBC]

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Garry Lu
After stretching his legs with companies such as The Motley Fool and the odd marketing agency, Garry joined Boss Hunting in 2019 as a fully-fledged Content Specialist. In 2021, he was promoted to News Editor. Garry proudly retains a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, black bruises from Muay Thai, as well as a black belt in all things pop culture. Drop him a line at [email protected]


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