Moonlight Cinema – fall in love movies this February

Moonlight Cinema 2024
Moonlight Cinema 2024

Moonlight Cinema unveiled its February program with plenty of titles to fall in love with! Continuing its tradition of delivering unforgettable summer nights under the stars, love will take centre stage throughout February, with ‘A Week of Romance’ leading into Galantines and Valentine’s Day. Audiences can experience a selection of romantic classics including The Notebook and A Cinderella Story alongside the new release, Anyone but You.

The February program also includes Moonlight Cinema’s signature mixed program of blockbuster hits, fresh releases, timeless classics, and family-friendly adventures under the stars.

Thinking of the perfect date night with that special someone, or a night out with your family and friends, Moonlight Cinema has it all! Pick up tasty movie snacks from the on-site food trucks or pack a picnic and settle in for a cosy night. Be the first to see Force of Nature: The Dry 2, starring Eric Bana and Sis Stringer or the new release Next Goal Wins directed by Taika Waititi. If romance is on the cards, choose from nostalgic hits The Notebook, 10 Things I Hate About You, Twilight or How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.

Moonlight Cinema Sydney will also host a Pride celebration screening of Mamma Mia! on 25 February, featuring a curated Pride playlist, rainbow theming and special festivities before the movie. Located in five of the most picturesque parklands and outdoor venues around Australia in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth. Tickets for the February program and the complete schedule are on sale now at

Preview Screening

Force of Nature: The Dry 2-4 February (National): The much anticipated sequel to 2021 Australian box office hit ‘The Dry’, directed by Robert Connolly and starring Eric Bana.

New Releases

Next Goal Wins – 2 February (National): directed by Academy Award Winner Taika Waititi and based on the true story of the American Samoa football team, who suffered the worst loss in World Cup history.

Migration – 3 February (National): A family of mallards who try to convince their overprotective father to go on a vacation of a lifetime in this animated adventure comedy.

All of Us Strangers – 15 February (Sydney, Melbourne): Romantic fantasy directed by Andrew Haigh starring Paul Mescal, Andrew Scott, Claire Foy and Jamie Bell.

Wonka – 17 February (National): Timothée Chalamet stars as a young Willy Wonka building his chocolate empire.

Ferrari – 18th February (National): starring Adam Driver and Penélope Cruz, this movie tells the story of Enzo Ferrari across the summer of 1957.

The Iron Claw – 22 February (Sydney), 23 February (Melbourne, Perth): Biographical sports drama film based on the life of professional wrestler Kevin Von Erich.

A Week of Romance

10 Things I Hate About You – 7 February (National): 90s classic starring Heath Ledger and Julia Stiles. A high-school boy, Cameron, cannot date Bianca until her anti-social older sister, Kat, has a boyfriend.

A Cinderella Story – 8 February (National): Hillary Duff, Jennifer Coolidge and Chad Michael Murray star in this modern day take on the classic tale of Cinderella.

Twilight – 9 February (National): Starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, based on the book series by Stephanie Meyer.

The Princess Diaries – 10 February (National): A shy American teenager learns she is heiress to the throne of a European kingdom, Genovia, starring Anne Hathaway and Julie Andrews.

Anyone But You – 11 February (National): Starring Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell, Bea and Ben’s initial attraction quickly turns sour, but they pretend to be the perfect couple to keep up appearances.

How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days – 13 February (National): Andie, a magazine writer, meets her date Benjamin, a marketing executive, after she decides to write a special column while he makes a bet.

The Notebook – Valentine’s Day 14 February (National): Quintessential lover’s movie starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams told in the form of two soul mates reading from a notebook.

Pride Celebration Screening

Mamma Mia – 25 February (Sydney): Based on the Broadway musical of the same name, this romantic comedy stars Meryl Streep, Amanda Seyfried and Pierce Brosnan.

What’s On At Moonlight

Under balmy summer night skies, each Moonlight Cinema location will come to life with its signature on-site activations, kitchens, bars and the comfiest bean beds for humans, and even one for their four-legged friends!^.

  • Platinum Experience (Sydney and Melbourne locations only)
    The ultimate Moonlight Cinema experience, enjoy the sunset with an exclusive hamper featuring a range of classic picnic delicacies from Victoria’s High Country. Plus, enjoy waiter service to your deluxe double bean bed.
  • AAMI Gold Grass
    For prime views and waiter service, you can’t go past AAMI Gold Grass, with a range of food and beverage options delivered straight to your bean bed.
  • Connoisseur Lounge
    For the ice-cream lovers, tickets to the Connoisseur Lounge come with a bean bed in a reserved area and an indulgent Connoisseur Gourmet Ice Cream stick. Pick from a choice of decadent flavours including the new Golden Blondie flavour.
  • K9 Natural
    As a beloved dog-friendly night out, this season you can hire a plush bean bed for the furriest member of your family, thanks to Moonlight Cinema’s dog partner, K9 Natural.
  • Garnier Garden Cart
    Moonlight Cinema guests will also be able to take home samples of some of Garnier’s most popular products at the Garnier Garden Cart. The leading natural beauty brand is this year’s official Beauty partner and will be onsite throughout the season at movie screenings across the country.
  • Official Aperol Spritz Bar
    Moonlight Cinema welcomes the Italian spritz synonymous with summer providing freshly made Aperol Spritz all season long.

Tickets are on sale now at with more sessions and movie titles to be announced soon.