Every Thursday from 5 July to 1 September
At the Citadelle, Orangerie and Heyritz Parks
The cinema gets a breath of fresh air this summer in Strasbourg.
Get your chairs and deckchairs, your throws and picnic blankets ready …
As part of the summer-long fun that’s been organised by the City of Strasboug, Spectre films, better known as the Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival, and Le Troisième Souffle propose 10 films for you to enjoy in the soothing night air of Strasbourg’s city parks.
Choose a Thursday film from our wide selection to watch by moonlight, under the stars.
If you show up early, there’ll be plenty of pre-film activities to take part in: bowling, pétanque, a Happy Hour Mix, theatre improvisations, board games, and more.
🎳 Activities start at 6 p.m.
🎥 Movies begin at nightfall
🍻 Bar and food-trucks on hand
Everyone’s welcome, it’s free
🎬 Your summer film programme:
– Thursday, 5 July at Heyritz Park: Singin’ in the Rain by Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen (1958, in Eng., subtitled in Fr.)
– Thursday, 12 July at the Orangerie: The Vikings by Richard Fleischer (1952, in Eng., subtitled in Fr.)
– Thursday, 19 July at the Citadelle: La fille du 14 juillet by Antonin Peretjako (2013, in French)
– Thursday, 26 July at Heyritz Park: The Young Girls of Rochefort (Les Demoiselles de Rochefort) by Jacques Demy (1967, in French)
– Thursday, 2 August at the Orangerie: Vertigo by Alfred Hitchcock (1958, in Eng., subtitled in Fr.)
– Thursday, 9 August at the Citadelle: For a Few Dollars More by Sergio Leone (1965, French version)
– Thursday, 16 August at Heyritz Park: The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou by Wes Anderson ( 2005, in Eng., subtitled in Fr.)
– Thursday, 23 August at the Orangerie: Do the Right Thing by Spike Lee (1989, in Eng., subtitled in Fr.)
– Thursday, 30 August at the Citadelle: French Fried Vacation (Les Bronzés) by Patrice Leconte (1978, in French)
– Saturday, 1 September at Heyritz Park: The Party by Blake Edwards (1968, in Eng., subtitled in Fr.)
More info is coming your way, so stay tuned in.
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