Hopefully, we’ll see some decent weather this July, perfect for catching a film outside in the beautiful Kongens Have. We’re hoping the grass will remain dry as The Cinematek will set up an open air cinema in this gorgeous setting and, better yet, it’s completely free to attend!
On July 30, visitors will be able to watch Hitchcocks’s 1963 classic, The Birds. Then, on July 31, the LGBTQ coming of age drama Call Me By Your Name will be shown, and both are fantastic films.
The Birds follows a socialite as she moves to a town in Northern California and the town comes under attack from hundreds of terrifying birds. It’s an absolute classic, and although the premise of the film seems a little loose and odd, it’s a lot more complex than it may at first appear to be.
Call Me By Your Name is one of the most popular films made in the last 10 years and it’s set in Italy. The characters, two young men, come of age and fall in love and if it doesn’t make you cry then there must be something wrong with your tear ducts.
Every open air cinema outing requires snacks, right? And Cinematek has that covered, with Restaurant Sult set to be on site. They’ll be serving food ideal for the cinema, like sandwiches and veggie (or meaty) chili con carne. Plus, refreshing cold beer and wine to wash it down with. Head over to the website for more information. The dialogue will be in English.