Skip to main content

Summer screenings: 10 movies 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 with Telethon Community Cinemas since 2010, supporting local fundraising efforts to make life easier for kids in a health or physical crisis.

It feels good to do good, so we’ve pulled together a list of Telethon Community Cinemas titles worth a watch this summer – from family-friendly options to edge-of-your-beanbag thrillers.

Pack your picnic and support a great cause by treating yourself to one of these Telethon Community Cinemas screenings. Telethon Community Cinemas screens from four venues; Bassendean, Burswood, Murdoch University and ECU Joondalup Pines. Check out the schedule and grab your tickets online or at the box office.

Cruella (Rated PG)

Disney’s all-new “Cruella” is an action feature film set in 1970s London during the punk rock revolution. Follow young grifter Estella and her rebellious early days as one of cinema’s most notorious – and notoriously fashionable – villains, the legendary Cruella de Vil.

View movie sessions | Watch the trailer

Jungle Cruise (Rated M)

Set in the 1900s and inspired by Disneyland’s theme park ride, Jungle Cruise is an adventure film about skipper Frank Wolff. He takes researcher Dr Lily Houghton and her sibling through an Amazon jungle expedition, searching for an ancient tree with healing properties.

View movie sessions | Watch the trailer

Black Widow (Rated M) 

In this action-packed spy thriller, Natasha Romanoff (Black Widow) must deal with her history as a spy and the broken relationships left in her wake long before she became an Avenger.

View movie sessions | Watch the trailer

Dune (Rated M)

Based on a science fiction novel, Dune tells the story of Paul Atreides, who was born into a great destiny beyond his understanding. He travels to the most dangerous planet in the universe to ensure the future of his family and his people.

View movie sessions Watch the trailer

Spider-Man: No Way Home (Check the classification closer to the release date)

Peter Parker struggles to separate his everyday life from the high-stakes of being a Super Hero. He reaches out to Doctor Strange and in doing so, the pair mess with the fabric of time and space and cause all kinds of issues for the multiverse.

View movie sessions Watch the trailer

Ron’s Gone Wrong (Rated PG)

Ron’s Gone Wrong is a sweet story of friendship between Barney and Ron, a walking, talking, digitally-connected device. It highlights the superficial nature of social media and how it amplifies bullying and insecurities while also celebrating the positive power of technology to connect us.

View movie sessions Watch the trailer

Free Guy (Rated M) 

Free Guy is a family action movie that follows Guy (Ryan Reynolds) as an NPC (Non-Player Character) in a successful open-world video game called ‘Free City’. We follow on his journey to becoming the hero of his own story.

View movie sessions | Watch the trailer

Eternals (Rated M)

Eternals follows a group of immortal Super Heroes who have protected the Earth for thousands of years. When an ancient enemy, the Deviants, mysteriously returns, the Eternals reunite to defend humanity once again.

View movie sessions Watch the trailer

The Last Duel (Rated MA 15+)

Based on actual events, The Last Duel is a gripping tale of betrayal and vengeance set against the brutality of 14th century France, directed by visionary filmmaker and four-time Academy Award nominee Ridley Scott.

View movie sessions | Watch the trailer

No Time to Die (Rated M) 

In this latest instalment of the franchise, James Bond has retired in Jamaica until his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA asks to rescue a kidnapped scientist. No Time to Die will be actor Daniel Craig’s fifth and final mission as Agent 007.

View movie sessions Watch the trailer

Ten years of supporting Telethon Community Cinemas

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.

The outdoor cinema experience fundraises for various charities to make life easier for kids in a health or physical crisis. Over the 20 years of operation so far, over $10.3 million has been raised for the benefitting charities.

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

Value that flows through your household and community

Everyone enjoys value for money. We focus on providing value for our customers and our local community.

Our ongoing value is passed on to you through our partnerships with RACFlybuys and Seniors Card WA. Plus access a variety of offers and rewards that come with sponsoring the local events and teams you love.

Choose homegrown, choose Kleenheat

Kleenheat knows the value of homegrown goodness – after all, we’ve been supporting the needs of local households and businesses for more than 60 years.

We believe there’s value in choosing local, so if you’re not a Kleenheat customer choose local today and let life flow.

9 Responses to “Summer screenings: 10 movies 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.

    • Kleenheat logo
      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

    • Kleenheat logo
      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.

  6. December 02, 2021 at 6:24 pm
    Anne Landman said:

    Never been to a Telethon Community Cinema-would love to go with one of my adult grandchildren.. thanks for the opportunity.

  7. December 27, 2021 at 10:17 am
    Jonathan Bill Kueh said:

    Our company Dynasty Embroidery is really honored to attend this meaningful, thoughtful cinema event brought to us from Kleenheat. We have been a customer of Kleenheat and shareholder of Wesfarmer that has the same belief and understanding of the business culture.

Add your comment

Leave a Reply