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Summer screenings: 10 movie titles worth seeing under the stars at Telethon Community Cinemas

If you’re yet to experience a night out under the stars at Telethon Community Cinemas – you’re missing out on WA’s favourite outdoor movie experience.

Kleenheat’s been proud to partner of Telethon Community Cinemas since 2010, supporting local fundraising efforts aimed at making life easier for kids in health or physical crisis.

It feels good to do good, so we’ve pulled together a quick list of Telethon Community Cinemas titles worth a peek this summer – from festive flicks and family-friendly options, to rom-coms, dramas and edge-of-your-beanbag thrillers.

Pack your picnic and support a great cause by treating yourself to one of these Telethon Community Cinemas screenings.


A Christmas Gift from Bob (Rated PG)

This holiday sequel to A Streetcat Named Bob is a light-hearted, inspiring story of a stray ginger cat named Bob and a homeless busker – whose friendship in tough times transforms their lives.

This feel-good movie is based on the book by former Big Issue seller James Bowen.

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Happiest Season (Rated PG-13)

Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis star in this holiday rom-com about wanting your family’s acceptance, being true to yourself and trying not to ruin Christmas.

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The Croods: A New Age (Rated PG)

The whole Crood gang is back for a new animated adventure, but this time the prehistoric family must overcome a rivalry with their neighbours and work together when their children disappear.

Keep an ear out for voice performances from a star-studded cast including Nicholas Cage, Emma Stone and Ryan Reynolds.

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Onward (Rated PG)

In a suburban fantasy world, two teenage elf brothers embark on an adventure to discover if there’s still a little magic left out there.

Pixar’s latest animated film touches on childhood grief and brotherly bonding as the characters discover and reveal strengths and vulnerabilities.

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Let Him Go (Rated M)

Set in the early 1960s, a retired sheriff and his wife try to rescue their grandson from a dangerous family living off the grid in North Dakota.

Diane Lane and Kevin Costner reunite to deliver acclaimed performances in this thriller based on the Larry Watson novel.

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Wonder Woman 1984 (Rated M)

Gal Gadot returns as the popular DC superhero in this much-anticipated sequel to 2017’s Wonder Woman, facing off against villains Cheetah and Maxwell Lord.

Wonder Woman 1984 also sees the return of familiar faces in Robin Wright, Chris Pine and Connie Nielsen.

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The Furnace (Rated MA)

Set in Western Australia during the gold rush period of 1897, a young Afghan cameleer and a mysterious bushman escape to the outback with stolen Crown gold.

This acclaimed film by WA writer-director Roderick MacKay was the only Australian film at the 2020 Venice Film Festival.

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Misbehaviour (Rated M)

Based on a true story, Misbehaviour tells the story of a group of women who hatch a plan to disrupt the 1970 Miss World beauty competition in London.

It showcases a game-changing historical moment where gender and race collide, with Kiera Knightley in the lead role of  Sally Alexander.

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The Dry (Rated MA)

When a federal agent heads back to his hometown for a tragic funeral, his return opens old wounds – including the unsolved death of a teenage girl decades before.

Filmed across more than 15 towns in regional Victoria , The Dry stars Hollywood A-lister Eric Bana as a man who must confront a deadly secret from his past.

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Rams (Rated PG)

In regional WA, two estranged brothers raise separate flocks of sheep descended from their family’s prized bloodline.

When disaster strikes, will the brothers set aside their differences to reunite their family and save their herd?

Sam Neill and Michael Caton star in this local film from the director of Last Cab to Darwin.

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Supporting the communities that support us

As proud partners of Telethon Community Cinemas, we hope you enjoy your next open air movie experience in the knowledge you’re making a positive impact on the lives of young people in WA.

Learn more about Telethon Community Cinemas’ volunteers and local charity beneficiaries 12 Buckets and Horsepower Australia.

As WA’s local energy provider, we’re committed to supporting the communities where we operate and helping local organisations and charities do great things across Western Australia and Northern Territory.

Our partnerships span grassroots initiatives through to state-wide programs, each focusing on making a difference in the community.

For more information on Telethon Community Cinemas locations and screenings, or to join the volunteering team, head to communitycinemas.com.au.


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7 Responses to “Summer screenings: 10 movie titles worth seeing under the stars at Telethon Community Cinemas

  1. December 17, 2020 at 3:37 pm
    Maria Grazia Bunn said:

    Thank you for the opportunity to support these events promoted by Kleenheat and participate in the competition.

  2. December 17, 2020 at 6:53 pm
    Lois Holt said:

    A great selection of movies supporting a great cause

  3. December 17, 2020 at 8:31 pm
    Ernesto said:

    Any chance for free family tickets to the Croods2.

    • Courtney
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      December 18, 2020 at 9:42 am
      Courtney said:

      Hey there Ernesto, winners receive a pass that can be used to any movie you’s like to go to. So go ahead and enter and good luck!

  4. December 17, 2020 at 9:22 pm
    Sharon Jones said:

    Kleenheat is an inspirational organisation who support the community with amazing projects such “Summer Screenings” well done Kleenheat The reason why I am a customer.

  5. January 07, 2021 at 2:09 am
    Violet Allan said:

    Any movie night you can take your dog? Went to one last year at Kings Park was great fun

    • Courtney
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      January 11, 2021 at 10:16 am
      Courtney said:

      Hi Violet, the Telethon Community Cinemas FAQs on their website states: “Sadly, no. As much as we love our furry and other pets, we have restrictions set by our venues. However, service dogs are certainly permitted provided appropriate proof can be provided.”. You might like to check other outdoor cinema venues to see if pets are allowed.

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