Tickets have just been released for the anticipated return of the Barbican Outdoor Cinema. From the 21st of August to the 1st of September, the programme will screen a wide range of films, from modern indie-hits to classic gems, and some of the best international cinema has to offer – there is something for everyone at this exciting event you do not want to miss!

The programme will open with a screening of Wes Anderson’s beloved “The Grand Budapest Hotel” on the 21st of August. A firm favorite for many film fans across the globe, there is no better place to witness Wes Anderson’s modern masterpiece than against the backdrop of the stunning Barbian architecture, on a huge screen, and under the warm summer sun.

You’ll be able to experience the music of pop megastars Bjork and Prince, as the 2013 “Bjork: Biophilia Live” will be screened on the 22nd of August, followed by Prince’s 1987 “Sign O’ the Times” on the 26th. Sofia Coppola’s “Marie Antoinette” starring Kristen Dunst, will hit be able to be seen on the big screen once again after eighteen years on the 23rd of August, followed by the return of last year’s Academy Award-winning “The Boy and the Heron,” the latest and most likely final film from Hayao Miyazaki, the following day on the 24th.

The programme is also a chance for many to witness classics of global cinema for the first time, as “Godzilla vs. Hedorah,” a cult classic and the favorite of the franchise for legendary film critic Roger Ebert, will be screened on the 25th of August. The Ingmar Bergman classic, widely considered one of the greatest films of all time 1957’s Wild Strawberries, will be able to be experienced on the 27th.

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind will be the most anticipated for many, Michel Gondry’s classic that will still bring many to tears, even more so given the magic of a collective viewing experience offered by the programme. Dee Rees’ independent breakout, 2011’s “Pariah,” the winner of the John Cassavetes Award at the Independent Spirit Awards, will be shown on the 29th of August, followed by Kamal Amrohi’s beloved Indian classic, the romantic-musical “Pakeezah” on the 30th. Finally, the programme will go out with a bang on September 1st, with a screening of the 1951 undisputed classic of cinema, “An American in Paris”.

The programme promises much excitement, and tickets are available right now on the Barbican website!

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