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  • Written by Amy Owen

Every dog has their day, but now they have nights too! Moonlight’s Doggie Nights return, presented by the dog loving, flea fighting folk, at Comfortis.


With four puppy friendly flicks in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane Moonlight Cinemas, pooches and their families can wag tails at advance screenings, cult classics and blockbuster films across the season.  Here are the picks for December 2015 and January 2016.


  • Saturday 19 December 2015 doggies can join in on Snoopy’s greatest mission yet with Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie, as he and his team take to the skies to pursue their arch-nemesis.
  • Tuesday 5 January 2016 comedy loving canines and their families can laugh, or bark out loud with Hollywood’s most hilarious duo, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler in Sisters, as they throw one last house party before their parents sell the family home.
  • Thursday 21 January 2016 old dogs and young, can relive or discover for the first time, classic teen flick Ferris Bueller’s Day Off starring Matthew Broderick.
  • Sunday 31 January 2016 hounds with a penchant for trouble, or a Daniel Craig crush, can catch the special screening of latest Bond blockbuster Spectre.


Doggie Nights are part of a massive 2015/16 season, screening across Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide from 03 Dec; Perth from 05 Dec; and Brisbane from 16 Dec. With over 15 advanced screenings, cult classics and puppy friendly flicks under the stars, summer nights don’t get much better than this!


Of course, dog lovers are free to bring their four legged friends to any Moonlight screenings, however Doggie screenings are special nights. 


The Comfortis team will be on hand at all Doggie Night screenings with exclusive discount offers for their fast acting flea treatment for dogs and cats of all sizes.


For the ultimate outdoor cinema experience, Moonlight’s Gold Grass offers reserved bean beds in a premium viewing location; and with the speedy wait service, you won’t even have to get up from your bean bed!


As always Moonlight Cinema is a BYO friendly event, but no sweat if you forget your picnic spread and sparkling; Moonlight’s famous LA style food truck and fully licensed bar, will be serving up tasty treats for all appetites.


There’s something for absolutely every kind of movie maniac and film fanatic at this season’s Moonlight Cinema. Gates are open an hour and a half before the film starts so grab all your mates, snap up your grassy patch and lay back for a summer of fun, food and films under the stars!


WHAT:                                                 Moonlight Cinema

WHERE & WHEN:                            Adelaide: Botanic Park, Dec 3 – Feb 14

                                                                Brisbane: New Farm Park at Brisbane Powerhouse, Dec 16 – March 6

                                                                Melbourne: Central Lawn at Royal Botanic Gardens, Dec 3 – March 27

                                                                Perth: Kings Park and Botanic Garden, Dec 5 – March 27

                                                               Sydney: Belvedere Amphitheatre in Centennial Park, Dec 3 – March 27


Start locking in some movie dates with your mates by checking out the program online, following Moonlight Cinema’s social media channels and signing up to Moonlight e-news.







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