Time Out says
Fed Square is putting on a free screening of Wes Anderson’s hotelier flick
Catch a screening of Wes Anderson’s perfect pastel flick The Grand Budapest Hotel up on the digital facade at Federation Square this September.
The film scored four stars by the Time Out film critics when it was released in 2014 and was called "Anderson’s most fun film since Rushmore". The film features Ralph Fiennes in a rare comic role as Monsieur Gustave, a concierge who befriends Zero Moustafa, a lobby boy. The duo team up for a series of misadventures while trying to prove Gustave innocence after he is framed for murder.
Fed Square will be screening the film in full on Saturday, September 7 at 8.30pm. Best of all? It’s free to attend. BYO chair and rug up warm – Melbourne weather is unpredictable in spring.