Free Film in the City

Free Film in the City

 

6-14 June

Bring a picnic and popcorn and enjoy the open air action in the comfort of your own city. Film in the City is launching a two day musical extravaganza in the Grassmarket on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th June, followed by a host of blockbuster classics in St Andrew Square Garden, from Friday 12th to Sunday 14th June. Become a cool rider with Grease 2, street-dance like a pro to Step Up and release your inner Dancing Queen with Mamma Mia!.

Special extras from Grassmarket retailers, including workshops, face-painting and one-off performances, will bring a whole new dimension to favourite dance movie moments.

  • 11.30 Happy Feet (U)
  • 13.50 West Side Story (PG)
  • 16.50 Grease 2 (PG)
  • 19.15 Dirty Dancing (12)
  • 12.00 Mary Poppins (U)
  • 14.50 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (U)
  • 17.00 Step Up (PG)
  • 19.15 Mamma Mia! (PG)

Film in the City, St. Andrew Square Garden, Edinburgh City Centre

The magnificent setting of St Andrew Square will once again be transformed into a giant outdoor movie arena for the full weekend. From Batman to The Princess Bride, Indiana Jones to Willy Wonka, there are film adventures for everyone. Pack a picnic, grab a rug, sit back and enjoy this special cinematic experience in Scotland’s capital.

  • 17.00 Flash Gordon (PG)
  • 19.00 Guardians of the Galaxy (12)
  • 21.15 Raiders of the Lost Ark (12)
  • 10.00 Lilo & Stitch (U)
  • 11.45 Brave (PG)
  • 13.40 The Sound of Music (U)
  • 16.45 Restless Natives (PG)
  • 18.30 Life of Pi (PG)
  • 21.00 Ghost (12A)
  • 11.00 The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists! (U)
  • 12.50 How to Train Your Dragon 2 (PG)
  • 14.50 Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (PG)
  • 16.50 The Princess Bride (PG)
  • 18.50 Mean Girls (12A)
  • 20.50 Batman (15)

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