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An eclectic outdoor cinema season at QV Melbourne, including a few dog-friendly sessions

QV Melbourne presents a sun-drenched mix of al fresco film screenings, cocktails, bring-your-dog charity nights and special food offerings this summer. 

The summer program has been dubbed Flick Fest and will an eclectic line up of films. Bring your pals along on launch week to see Thelma and Louise, then there will be QV Cinema's famed doggie dress up nights on Feb 9 and 10 where pooches are encouraged to attend alongside their owners for a screening of Red Dog 2 and A Dog's Purpose. Ticket sales for both nights go to the Lost Dogs' Home and there'll even be free pet photography. 

On Friday February 9 it's a Dog's Valentine, a joint collab between QV Cinema and the Lost Dogs' Home wherein you'll get to meet pups who are up for adoption, just in time for Valentine's Day, and play a little game of matchmaker before walking down the red carpet dressed in their date-night best. 

Other screenings include Oscar favourites La La Land, Arrival, Get Out and Lion. There will be a special collection of films screened during Fashion Week as well as some throwback hits during '80s week, where the cinema will open a cocktail bar pop-up with themed '80s cocktails available each night. 

QV Cinema is also one of the most affordable outdoor cinemas with tickets only $12 for deckchair hire and high-quality headphones. 

By: Time Out editors

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